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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914

The Gos£ of NegSeet. Think of the cost of neglecting your kidneys—it means that yon are allowing kidney poisons to aocnmnlate in the f-ystem, and these poisons oaase violent pains in the back, dropsical swellings, armory di0Order-j, gravel, stonp, rhenmc tipnc, gont, lassittide, Bleeplesscesp, in clination to worry, excessive thirst, irregnUr hpart' action, • ■parn-'gia; The gennine'Doan'a Backache Kidney Pills restnr-'-t'i strained, overwork'd kidDeys their fall power of fi'-ering the dan gerons kidney poisons from he nlool and discharging them from the Bystem. Read this case, Mrs J, Pai in. Wyndham-af reH;. 8heppaTton. says : S >me time ng I was very ill wi h a nai aitick of kli ne* tronble, ami only people -*ho stiff-red in ihiswsv have any idea wi>«c I went ihron h My back need to ach* till 1 felt I conld hardly bear it any longer, aLd if I etooped it was almost im 'os^iblo for mo to s'and np -v'sigh* again wr hunt assistance. I ea- a'g • snbject to violent headm-ho*, ana ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAAIA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914

WAAlA CLrTB, A meeting was called on Sitnds;,1" night to decide whether Wasia wocy have a football clnb. There wis aft - attendance, and Mr E. Breasin, voted to the chair. After a go id a-ic of discussion, it was decided to brm clnb, on the motion of Messrs Ses-r1' and Hawker. Mr Fogarty moved thi>' the clnb seek admission to th? ISaMM* Association if one was formed H1 considered the G.V.F.a. wis a t warm'' for a clnb like Waais. It was seconded by Mr R. Jones and ried. Members' fee was fixed at 2- oi Officers were elected as under :—Pru dent, Mr E. Braasing ; vice-Prs«ideo:«.i Messrs McKenzie, McBamie, ani, Fogarty ; committee, the officers a;jt Messrs S'.essar, Hawker, captain aai*. vice-captain ; secretary, Mr B F >ga::f treasnrer, Mr 0. Oampbell; delegacy" t President and secretary. Colors, t4s and bine. i .

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914

1 Woods' Great Peppermint Oarg, PoY CtecgliB em OoMe', nWss ialte, Is &3. HIKE L-JLJ ST THESE trp he Silver King Is a Golf Ball whicb is considered to be in the verv first rank, The manu facturers, to ensure its ar rival in the player'* hand in a thoroughly fresh con dition have packed it in an air tight tin. The price is 2s 6d, AH Golfing Requisites Now in Stock. Gardeners, j Listen l The Three Tine Culti vator Hoe is one of the most recent and yet most useful of gardening imple ments. It can, with safety, be used amongst the smal lest plants. Only 3s, 6d. Have You, k a Horse? Don't forget he ™ feel the cold &s muck J? you do and th^t sweet chat F; .•i._ —,,i,i — . fc j - vu ity should lead you to he is properly cared fori Clothe him in a warn', strong horse rug with psC tent leg straps to keep«" right and hell become 5' colt again. We stock them. A Fact about Phowshares. - Eorgan's and Hornsby.' may be known the wih world over, but what 1, more to the point they at...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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The Goulburn Valley Seat MR BIGGAR AT NUMURKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914

The Goulburn Valley Seat MR B1GGA.R AT NUM. QRKAH. Mr Ales Biggar, jao., one of the nominees for the People's Party snd A W N.L. selection for the forthcoming contest, addressed a well-attended meet ing at the Mechanics' Hall on Mondsv evening, Cr P. G. Moss occapied ih ch»ir. [r Biggar, who was well received, and wh -se remarks were- frequently ai> planded, delivered a speech a resume of whreb has * already appeared in the? columns, and recapitulation is there fore unnecessary. Shortly, he favored a vigorons «ystem of land settlement, conpled with the extension of the rail way system, irrigation arid immigration (the latter on a better basis ihm now); decentralisation ; the abolition of clause 69 of the Closer Settlement Aft ; hnlfc bandl ng of wheat, provided N.B W. wonld fall into line, in order that the present trade with the Riverina might not be interfered with; reductions of freights on railways where such oonld be donewithont loss to the department ; the retention of Stat...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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KATAMATITE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914

KA.TAMATITE. There was a fair number of electors present on Monday night last to hear Mr T. F- Lyons, who is a candi date for the Goulburn Valiey seat. Cr Lyons termed himself an Independent Liberal and expressed dissati-faction with the People's Parry selecting only one candidate. To the speaker's way of thinking three nominees shonld have been chosen, for nnder the preferential system of voting, the Labour Party would probably ran two candidates and capture the seat. He was out to save the situation if he could possibly do so. He explained that although his residence was in Essendou, his business was in the country. He strongiy advocated the in troduction of scriptnre instruction in State-schools. - At the usual monthly meeting of the Tungannh Shire Council it was decided to parHo.used at Tnngamah, Katamatite, St. James, YabbaN., and Youanmite. To find the purchase money it was decided to issue debentures, and a snb-committee has been appointed to decide what make of weighbridge s...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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PICOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914

PIC/OLA.. A narrow escape from serious accident happened to Mr Frederick Swan who was engaged carting water from the ohire pomp on the Broken Greek. He had filled a 200-gallon tank and was standing in the front part of the cart when the shafts broKe, The tank falling forward, pinioned Swan by one foot, and gave it a nasty squeeze. He was assisted out of his awkward position by R. Crawford, jnn. who cnt the woodwork away. A meeting of the Picola Football Glnb is advertised for Saturday evening next, at 8 p.m., at the Federal Wine Palace. Ic is understood that the secretary (vlr A. R. Wall) has a very favorable balauce sheet to present.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Numurkah Football Club. ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914

Numurkah Football Club. ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEETING. The adjourned annual meeting of the above club held at the Fi>-e Station on Friday evening when there w-^re aboub 60 persons p-eienb. Mr Piebty whs voted to the chair. In the absence of the secretary (Mr G. Wilcox) Mr B. Cohen re>d the minutes of the business transacted at the previous meeting, a report of which appeared in our last issue. M essrs Hore and Symmons (collec tors) reported having canvassed the town for dona-ions, and stated they had met whh very good support, the tobal donations promised amounting to £26 5s 6.1, in addi ion bo which a large number cf townspeople had sig nified their intention of becoming members of the club. Mr J. G-e'g had given a don<tion in a new ball, while Mr J. P.terson (livery staples had also signified his wil ingness to grant the first trip of the season free of cost to the club. The report was received with applause, and Messrs Hoare and Symmons thanked for their eSorts in can...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INVERGORDON [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914

INVERGORDON At present we are experiencing beau tl ful weather ; warm days and cool nights, with a slight reminder, occasionally, tint frost is near at hand. A good downpour of rain would prove most acceptable, as the crops are nearly all patchy, the hard crust which formed after the last rain fall preventing many of the young shoots from getting through. Tbe weir is now full, and a fair quan tify of water is passing over. No doubt many stock-owners further down ths creek will be pleased, as in many cases a'l that remained in the creek w*s liquid mud. Dame Rumor is once more at fault, The report in your last issue that Mr R, N. McLeod, of N ariag, has been trans ferred to this school is Incorrect, as Mr R. J. Kennedy is the teacher appointed. Mr Kennedy will commence duty here as soon as he is relieved of his present charge.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914

SOROSES SKIN FOOD. Every woman who wishes to appear beautiful should ase " SOROSES " for the skin, it being unsurpassed In pre serving the complexion. Sorose3 Skin Food is freshening, softening, cleansing, and beautifying, makes all blemishes suoh as pimples, freoklea, wrinkles, sunburn and sallow nesa disappear like maglo. Price 2s 8d per jar. Obtainable at all chemists and stores. THE CRADLES FOLi", " Bonus, or no bonus" says the Hon. J '^oofr,' the country needs to have ito cra dles full. A book dealing with this subiect fn a most informative \vay will be apprecia ted by childless married couples. It will be 33at fre' if 2d is remitted for pos'age. Ad dress Department 4?, Ladles' allege of Health, <33 Elisabeth-street, k?a'bourne,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914

LADIES PLEASE NOTE—Ladles are requested to note that the offices of the Laoies College of Health have removed from 46 Elizabeth Street, to Phalr's Buildings, 327-329 Oolllns Street, Mel bourne. The college has the sole agency In Victoria of Dr D. M. Coonley's famous Orange Lily Treatment, which for the past 25 years has been effecting suoh wonderful cures among women In all parts of Australia. For the benegt of sufferers, and for those in whose homes Hing Baby has failed to appear, a free valuable medio »1 book will be sent to anyone writing to Dept. 47, The Ladies College of Health, Phair'a Buildings, 327 Collies Street, Melbourne,

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Australian Women's National Leagues. ADDRESS BY MRS THOMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914

Australian Women's National Leagues. ADDRESS BY MRS THOMP SON. There was a fair attendance at the Meohanios' Hall on Friday evening, when Mrs Thompson, an organiser of the A.W.N.L., addressed a pnblio meet ing on current politics. Mrs Wearne, (President local branch) ocoupied the chair, " Mrs Thompson, who was oordially received, said she was sorry there were not more yonng people present, for npon them devolved the fntnre govern ment of the conntry, and they should lose no opportunity of educating them selves on matters political. The A.W.N.L, was not a league composed of fashionable women with a fad, but was composed of women of all classes who had the one desire to uplift the country. The leagne had 500 branches in Victoria, with a membership of 53,000, whilst they had "overflowed" into Riverina, where there were now 25 branches. The leagne had as its motto, " For God and Conntry," and they conld not fight nnder a better. They had been given the franchise, and though they had not...

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NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914

NA.THALIA. Were evidence required of the value still in the breeding of first-class draught st >ok, it would be found in the recent ourchasea mado from local breeders by Mr Caasbury, of W.A., a gentlemao who paid a visit to the Sydney show to see what waa • Eared there before pu' chaB'ng, Mr J. Young's Herd Lassie, a Herdsman fT'y, 2 vearo'd ont of a Prince Albert mare, at once took the Westerner's eye, as she did that of the judges ab the Nathalie and Shepparton shows, gaining 1st and 2nd honors. She waa purchased for 120 guineas. Mr John MeCartby placed with the same buyer s thre°-year-old Herdsman filly, out of Blossom by Darnley for 80 guineas. This fine fi ly gained first at Nathalia, and second at Shepparton in her o ass. The Kotnpna Hotel and the farm land, the property of Mr A. Campbell, has changed hands, Mr G. Coiman be ing the purchaser at a satisfactory fignre. It is understood that the new licensee wi'l bail from Numurkah way. At the moment things are what may be cal...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Methodist Church.—Services nest Sunday are as follow:—Numurkah 11, Katanga 7-30, Strathmortou 3 Rev Hiatt; Numnrkah 7, Wung'mn 11, Naring 3, Rav Yco; Wunghnu 7, Mr Tyres ; Cob ram 11 and 7, Koonoomoo2 31, Revlnob; Baulkammgh 11, Mr Refctp; Baulki imugh Sth 3, Wasia 11,Mr Caldwell; Banlkamaueh Sth 7.30, Mr W. Fowler; Marungi 11, Congupna West 3, Mr G. Fowler; Ksarimba 3 Bnnbartha 730, Mr J. Fowler ; Maruugi 7 30, Mr Roe; "Waaia 7.30. Mr Glasson ; Katarnatite 3, Dunbulbalana 7 30. Youarang 11, Rev Roberts; Katarnatite 7 30, Mr G. William son ; Dunbulbalane 11, Rev White; Yonanmite 3, Mr N. Lukies. Presbyterian Church.—Services will be conduoted nest Sunday as follow *— Nnmurkah 7, Waaia- 11, Yalea 2,30, Rev. J. A. Lee. Cobram Charge: — Yarroweyah 11, Naring 3, Cobram 7 Rev Harvey. Church of England—See Churoh of Knirlnnd column. Methodist Church, Nathalia Circuit— Services will be held on Sunday as follows —Nathalia (S.S,A ) 11, 3 and 7, Rev. H, Palmer Phillips ; Pico...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. TALLYGAROOPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. <s> (From Oar Own Correspondents.) TALLYGAROOPNA. The A.W.N. League held a meet ing in the Tallygaroopna Hall on Thursday evening, April 80th. .when Mrs Thompson gave an address, which was listened to by a nnmber of ladies. Mrs Moss (vice-President) was in the chair, Mrs Wood (President) beiDg in Melbourne. It was decided to hold meetings the second Thursday in the month during the winter. A hearty vote of thanks was passed by Mrs P Trewin (vice-President), seconded by Mrs H, McKenzie. Mrs Wood's friends will regret to hear that she has not been at all well. She is in Melbourne endeavoring to recuperate.

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CORRESPONDENCE. ROMAN CATHOLIC EDUCATIONAL CLAIMS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. ROMAN OATHOLIU EDUCA TIONAL CLAIMS. (To the Editor.) Sis,— A copy of yoar is.-ae of Friday, 24th ulb,, has baen sent to me containing a report of an address' by the representative of the Roman = Catholio Federation, presenting the view of that body in opposition to h •' of the organisation nf which I am '«n office'. A« "ur Rom^n Cah.dic fronds arc design-.ly appealing bo the pub io, they cannot object to an honest and courteous criticism from one who dees not see eye to eye with fchem. • Ir i8 well to : remember some of the things on which we are agreed. The first is that we are both enemies- to a " secular" education. In May,-1894 I heard Archbishop Carr, in his own Cathedral, rt commend his people to Say, on June let, they were *' in favor " of secular education. Th" question of divergence in education io the extent to which the State can rightly-go. The Scripture Campaign Council holds that the Scate is tmder obligation to give the "non-sec tarian morals commonly ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914

NOTI ON. JAS. BELL & GO. Ate BDY 61R 8 oi Yf boat, Barley and 0«da at Kutnnga and Wnaia •• Caeb on delivery ft Railway Stations. Representatives :— J. GUMMING, Sen., Katanga, J. GUMMING, Jan., Woaia, LEAVE V ^AtTEr PATENT AND PROPRIETARY hedigines. A full Btock is kept of all Patent Medicines, inoluding ihe following specinl lines—Bed Cross Liquid Parraffin, Lavona Hair Tonic, Flowers of Oszoin Face Lotion, Salrado Tonic, Bisnrated Magnesia. Mercolised Wax, Pheininol, Cleminite, etc. - HORSE AtiO CATTLE C.1EDICIHE8. All the well-known medicines are stocked. Bring your own recipe along. Prices right. HOT WATER bags. A good stock in all sizes is now on hand, With or without covers. Compare my prices * ■■■ before buying elsewhere. BEEF AND IRON WINE A Splendid Tonic and Pick-me-up. Made from sp eially selected beef combined with iron and Catawba Wine. If you are feeling " inn down" try a bottle, 5s. fid, $®" ALL OKDERS by Post or 'Phone filled by return mail. 'Phone 22 Y, M. As...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914

SOROSES LIQUID Fi.OE POWDER. In these daya of onb of door life— motoring, golfing, boating, eto,—a re llable and harttdesailquid powder ia one of the necessities of life. Sorosos Llqald Faoe Powder Is found by experts to be a perfectly invaluable preparation and a decided improvement on the old-fash ioned dry powder. Besides improving the appearance it acts as a shield to the delicate skin of the face against hob winds, dust, smuts, and other extraneous matter. Prioa 2a ---8d. •GbtelEB'tsIa fit. nil ehaialsia gfc3 tft'o$;3.' '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 8 May 1914

BY THE CONSISTENT USE OF Sit. FRED. DIAMOND, J.P., of No. 6 Rosedile -Streef, -i'etersham; tvhoae ' declnrntion- is litre published,4s-one--• of the -oldest - a b d' bfcst-known - press " agents of N.S.W. He suffered' from " Rheuhiatism,' and trie'd 'all manner" of means to get back his health. Al! these failed until he tried this-blood- :' purifying mcd cine. HowMng-ittook to rid his svstem of the poiumswhich caused his agon-sing pain' and tor- ' mentis best ..old in his otva words: To CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., " From -May^ to tho'cud of-October/: 1912, 1 suffered "agonies with acuta MUSCULAR. RHEUMATISM/ Ankles, Races, and shoulder joints ftiere swollen and painful, with excruciating pains in my back. I was In a wretched and helpless condition, could scarcely stand, T .'conplfctelj'ibst appciits'hnd sleep at night. I bad the bast medical advica, Turkish and hot' salt-water baths cut of number, "and was mas saged three times>a- week,-but -allTo no purpose.' 1 despaired of aver being ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 15 May 1914

SOROSES HAIR TONIU. This preparation is- unsurpassed as a hair food and dandruff preventative, A. little spriukled on the head night and morning, and gently massaged iuto the scalp, renders baldness Impossible. Soroses Hair Tonic 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 Ptoses. HOW TO DO IT This is a simple nutter. If you cannot get up at the proper time use an Alarm Clock—a good one. Any of these will answer the pur pose. THE WASP is small but strong and complete It has a sweet toned gong. Price 53. THE PIRATE is well known. It is one of the most re liable Alarm Clocks obtainable. Our price 5s. THE GOOD MORNING is a new style entirely. The alarm dial is on the back instead of the front as usual. Easy to manipulate. Pries os. THE LEEDS is specially built for those who turn over for another "snoszs." It repeats its warning until in...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 15 May 1914

NEWS AND NOTES. After the Annual Meeting at Numur kah next Thursday night another meet ingjof parishioners will be held to dis cuss the next Meadow Fete. It has been suggested that it be held earlier than January, and that one of the attractions Bhall be a Tug-of-war for district teams. With a good prize offered this popular competition should be keenly contested. Next Sunday is commonly called Roga tion Sunday or "asking Sunday " (Latin rogarc to ask), The Gospel set for the day includes our Lord's words '• What soever ye shall ask the Father in My Name, He will give it you"—hence the name Rogation. Special litanies were appointed by Mamertus, Bishop of Vienne in A,D. 167 to be said on the Rogation DayB which include the Monday Tuesday and Wednesday before Ascen sion Day. These are days of prayer or special asking. In European countries theBe days come at the burst of Spring— a suitable season for praising God for the produce of the earth, and imploring Him to preserve it to man's ...

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