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NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 May 1914

NATHALIA. The Progress Association dealt with some live questions at its last meeting, when Mr Jas. Richardson was in the ohair, and members present were Messrs 0. M. Mnntz, R. M. Reed, J. Mil ledge, S. Pryer, A. Israel. J. R. Gra cey, J. H. Tnckett, D. Caldwell and the secretary, Mr 0. Kenne j. On the question of the necessity for a new court house being erected in the town, Mr F. Clark, M.L.C., wrote that ha was doing his best to farther the matter. The secretary was instructed to point ont to Messrs Clark and Graham that the Public Works Department was ask ing for tenders for the erection of of fices on the old station site and urging them to negotiate for a court house as well. The same parliamentary repre sentatives were also requested to en deavor to get a better train service. On the question of the Broken Creek scheme, which came before the associa tion on a letter from the Nathalie Agri cultural Society, the secretary was in structed to write to the Hon G. Gra ham, urging t...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 May 1914

ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of subscribers was then held. president's report. The report of the President (Mr F, W, Coop) read as fol'ows - Ladies and Gentlemen,—The term for which your committee was elected having expired, they desire bo lay before you a resume of their work for the past twelve months. There have been twelve meetings of the commibtee during that term and the attendance, thereat has been as follows:—Messrs Ocop(President) 12, Rev White (vice-president) 8, Falconer (vice-president) S, Harper (treasurer) 9, Corlett (S), J. Callan der 9, Kilpabrick 9, Cutler 10, Bleep 8, J. T. K. White 8, Cohen 8, J. C. Trengrove 7, S. Callander 7, Dr, Harbison 7, Dr Spence 8, R. G. Sel leck 10, Bronton (resigned) 5, Back man (resigned) 5, Rev Lee, 4, Tyres 3, the two last named being appointed to fill the vacancies on the commibbee. There have also been a number of special and subscribers' meetings. The finances of the Institute are in a much better position than at the close o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 May 1914

H SB TF you haven't sees our NEW RANGE OF WINTER SUITINGS yon should inspect them at once. They are a splendid assortment of NEWEST FABRICS, in attractive but refined patterns, and WE GUARANTEE PERFECT STYLE & FIT. <3 OVERCOATS, & You will be wanting an Overcoat now that the snappy Winter days are coming on, and we have a large selection of varied OVERCOATINGS. Also the latest thing in Ladies' and Gentlemen's English Rainproof Raglans. ALWAYS THE LATEST. The present moments finds us with a greater variety of every new idea 1 —■ in MEN'S WEAR than ever before. ——— " Smart Style Shirts, Tasteful Neckwear, Correct Shape Collars, Winter Underwear, ALWAYS THE BEST OBTAINABLE AT A. RSePEilEKiOR!, tailor and mercer. COBRAM, Those 26. NUMURKAH 'Phore 22J. iSITIl , 0 LATE GOXON'S GARAGE, M El¥ I L I E STREET, HIUMURKAH. CARS ^ g qp OVERHAULED j ^ AND II ^ 0. B. R. ^ ADJUSTED. ,1 ^ ** MAGNETOS l! REPAIRED 1 ^ Pt AND RE MAGNETISED. LAMPS AND RADIATORS REPAIRED. TYRES...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 May 1914

UlllU.lniil II |rsg» Eeal Feather Downs, 60s Mr wl ^ . ~ Bourke Street (^maTcA) Melbourne, - - :.j~ ^ o The Sitaation is too well known to nee comment. SJrerything under the direot su^o'vision c the Proprietor, assisted by a most com petent staff, Th 11 cio ilfctiraliafc ail Pasioralist oar First Consideration. I ipir.failf Solicit a Trial. |H Ae DONALDSON, proprietor, Flip YXELIMA. FUatHSKlKG UaDEBTAKEB asd; 2ENSEAL BUILDSB r ■ BELTILLE SBTEET, NUMUBKAH Picture Framing a Specialty. Bepair executed ia all Branches of the Building Trade. Monumental Tombstones aad P.".'lings, st Lowest Possible Bates, Hearse, Mourning Coach, Etc, 'Phone 32. LL KSIiDS OF MACHINERY REPAIRED. HARVESTERS A SPEGIALITY. Wood Work Made and Repaired. " Agent for T. Robinson's Famoni FEDERAL HARVESTERS AND ALL PARK IMPLEMENTS. FOOTBALLS. MATCH II. W-S.D. Special _ 14/ Sherrin's ... 15/6 Gilbert s Besr ... 15/6 The " Atlas " 12/6 The" Meteor *' 10/6 The " Welted ** ... 10/6 The"Strate" ... 8/6 The' Oval" ... 7/...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 May 1914

In lemoriam. SULLIVAN,—In loving memory of our be loved son and brother, Jebemiaii Sul livan, who died 29 h May, 1912, at Picola, Death often comes to show We love more dearly thin we know, Bat love in death should make as see What love in life should always be Immaculate Heart of Mary, Your prayers for him extol; Oh 1 Sacred Heart of Jesus Have mercy on bis soul, —Inserted by his loving Father, Mother, sisters and brother,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 May 1914

Funeral Notice. THE friends of the late Mr John Bobinson are respectful y invited to follow his remains to their last resting place, the Wunghnu cemetery. The funeral will leave his late residence, Drumannre, to-day, the 22nd inst,, at 1 o'clock. ALEX, DUNN, Undertaker.

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MEETING OF SUBSCRIBERS. THE BUILDING SCHEME FINALLY AGREED TO. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 May 1914

meeting of subscribers. the building scheme finally 1 agreed to. A meeting of subscribers was held at the conclusion of the committee meeting, for the purposo of confirming (or other wise) a resolution arrived at at a prior meeting that the recommendation of the committee to extend and re arrange the present library rooms and demolish and . re-erect the entertainment hall at a total/ erst of approximately £1300 be corpS firmed. Mr Uoopagain occupied the chair. Mr C. T. Trongrove moved that the meetiug confirm the resolution already arrived at. Seconded by Mr Pearson. The President asked that the question be carefully considered beforea vote was cast. If there were any averse to the resclutiou this was the last chance they would have of voiciug opposition. Mr Kilpatrick asked whether there was any idea how the annual payments on the outlay would bo met. Mr Treugrove thought that would be a simple matter. The new committee would haye the same income as now, whilst the erection of a ne...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, A SERIES OF MEETINGS. SECRETARY'S RESIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 May 1914

^iUicHANICS' INSTITUTE, A SERIES OF MEETINGS. SECRETARY'S RESIGNATION. A meeting of the committee of the above was held on Friday evening last, when there was a good attendance cf committee-men, Mr F. W. Ooop (Presi dent) in the chair. Mr H. Gr. Newton tendered his resig nation as secretary to the institute.—Mr Harper formally moved that the resigna tion t-je accepted. Seconded by Mr J. C. Treu./'/h/'Q and carried. Mrxiarper moved that applications be invited for the vacant position, return able on Monday, May 25 Mr Trongrove said ic was necessary that the duties be clearly defined, a sys tem of keeping books inaugurated, etc. Mr Harper added to his motion that it be a recommendation to the new com mittee that the duties be defined and sal ary fixed, and in this form it was sec onded by Mr Trengrove and carried. The meeting then closed.

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THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 May 1914

THE GUN. The opening shoot tor the seasontf;/. Nuumrkah Gun Club takes Saturday next on tho race course, s:_-j members and intending members #v; quested to attend. ; -

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 May 1914

FOOTS \ LI .-" Mr T, Leavey has boon appoints: tain, and Mr .T Kennedy viawapts»» the Muckatah Football Club. , Wunghnu (4 goals 1 behind) onSy day defeated Tallygaroopoa <12 beti^ _ Numurkah and Droaiaauro playaj^v tice match on the former's groat: v Saturday. c

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 May 1914

For Bronchial Coughs, take Wo xls' Great Peppermint ^ |

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Picola Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 May 1914

Picola Football Club' The annual meeting of ibe sitf1';: was held on the 9th inst. ilf ford was in the chair, and site'-* ving to again form the club the a*, proceeded to elect cfll.v-basref; year, with the foiiowiog results dent, Mr R. Crawford ; vice Pr* Messrs J, Grinter and K. StraDS^-. secretary and treasurer, Mr A.ry delegates, the President and Grinter, Jti. Strang, B.Love! Ball ; goal umpire, Mr K. CiT.j gatekeepers, Messrs Campbell SD:J we'd ; timekeepers, Messrs 0* 9are ; canvassers, Messrs Banko, Roach Lovelock and ^ There was a good deal of on a motion that the club sbo»|^ chase uniforms for the players. ^ finally resolved that the plajref'1 provide their own sweaters, bntt3^ cinb wonld provide them with ='lL' As regards colours, U was ag'^ they should.remain the ssn'sS:'f - namely, blue and white. . \"i As a result of a disenssw® ^ doiaps of the delegate meefiDo5 f lowing motions were carried | That district representatives & Press be asked to attend ft delegate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 May 1914

SOROSES SKIN FOOD. Every woman who wishes to appoar b'eautiful should use "SOROSES" for the akin, it being unsurpassed in pre serving the complexion. Soroses Skin Food is froshoniug, softening, cleansing, and beautifying, make3 nil blemishes such as pimples, freckles, wrinkles, sunburn and sallow ness disappear like magic. Price 2a 6d per jar. Obtainable at all ohemists and stores. EXTENSIVE LAND & STOCK TRANSACTIONS, In Goulburn Valley, N E. Dis trict of Victoria & Southern Riverina, ' J. M'NAMARA & CO. Eeporfc having effected (direct and iD conjunction with other agentB, bub nearly all direot) the following land and stock transactions since 1st December last:— LA.ND SOLD. 121G acres at Oaklands, N.S.W., acc G R McClelland to R "W Cobbledick 970a at Wunnamurra. N.S.W., aco ex ecutors Petersen and Sargood to D Elder 6G0a at Berrigan, N.S.W., see H Whitty to J Ryan 640a at Berrigan, N.S.W., aco C Fox to W Thornton 600a at Finley, N.S.W., acc D tfranam to Mr Ma...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 May 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Methodist Chubch.—Serviaea next Sunday are aa follow:—Numurkah 11» Rev White ; Numurkah 7, Baulkamaugh Sth 3, Waaia 11, Eev Hiatfc ; Wunghnu 11, Bunbarfcha 3, Mr J affray ; Wunghnu 7, Baulkamaugh ll,.Kaarimba 3, Rev Yeo ; Cobram 11, and 7, Koonoomoo 2,30, Rev Inch ; Baulkamaugh Sth 7-30, sup ply ; Naring 3, Mr G. Fowler; Sfcrathmer ton 3, Mr Martindale ; Marungi 11, Con gupnaWeat 3, Mr Caldwell, Pbesbyterian Church.—Servioes will be oonduofced next Sunday as follow :— Numurkah 7, Waaia 11, Yalca 2.30 Eev. J. A. Lee. Cobram Charge: — Yarroweyah 11, Naring 3, Cobram 7 Eev Harvey. Chubch of England—See Churoh of England column. Methodist Church, Nathalie Circuit Services will be held on Sunday as follows —Nathalie 11, Narioka (8 ) 3, P'cola W. (S.) 7, Rev. W. Clemens ; Picola North 11, Yalca 3, Natkalia 7. Mr Taylar ; Eot upna 3, Mr Norton; Yalca South 11, Bearii 2.30, Mr Glasson. Presbyterian Church, Natkalia Circuit— Services will be held on Sunday next as follows.— ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 May 1914

Longer Ago Than Yesterday. Yesterday is not long ago, bnt seven years is. To have been oured long ago, and to" have'been well ever since, sorely means a permanent care. Bead what this man has to say about it. Mr H. Frampton, Qainn Street, No mnrka.b, says r—*• Five years ago I took a course of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills for severe pains in my back, and other symptoms of kidney disorder, and I am pleased to say that they cured me. The most pleasing part of my core is that it has proved permanent, for I have been free of hiiney complaint ever sinoe. Previon3 to taking Doan's Baok ache Kidney Pills 1 used to suffer agony from backache, the pain being at times very severe, this being especially the oase if 1 stooped or moved quiokly. I had also nrinary trouble the water being very discolored, and containing a sedi ment. After a con se of Doan's Back ache Kidney Pills, however, these dis tressing ailments disappeared, and I have been as right as rain ever since." Two years later, Mr Fr...

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SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 May 1914

SHEEP. Wethers, on acc—Chew and Fowler, Young, 1677; McDougall Bros. Savernake, 1400; McNamara Bros, Berrigan, 1203; R Smith, Warmatta, 1062; estate " Tar ramia," Mulwala, 1099; E Goodwin, Corowa, 997; John Keenan, Yarrawonga, 900; Geo Rowat, Bungahwana Park, Al bvry, S64; O'Dwyer Bros, Warmatta, 744; Sir O'Brien, Albury, 652; W Hay, Boomanoomana, 640; John Keenan, Yarrawonga, 1155; James Clark, Burra mine, 1029; J Ryan, Bull Plaine, 22S; Geo Crawford, Yarrawonga, 313; John Lonsdale, Mulwala, 307; H J Canning, Tungamah, 300; T Bourke, Burramine Sth, 242 ; P Keenan, Boomahnoomoonah, 195; T Guthrie, Burramine Sth, 141 ; J Hogan, Bundalong South, 127; G Gal vin, Burramine East, 112; M P O'Dwyer, Burramine South, 110; John Hogan, Bundalong, 10S; P Maguire, Telford, 93 ; G Wright, Tungamah, S3; R Bullen, Shepparton, 2239: J Darling, Shepparton, 1507; J J Fehan, Shepparton, 1000; Dain ton and Sons, Pine Lodge, 609; S Mc Crum, Bunbartha, 450; E C Hill, 402; T E Byrne, Tatura, 362; G Norton...

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The Methodist Church, VISIT OF THE PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 May 1914

The Methodist Church, VISIT OF THE PRESIDENT. Sunday and Monday last were " big days" in local Methodist circles, for the President of the Viotorian and Tas manian conference, the Rev. John Thomas, was here. On Sunday Mr Thomas preached three eloquent and muoh appreciated sermons, on Monday j a reception was held in his honor, and on Monday evening he delivered an address. The Rev. W. T. Hiatt occupied the chair at the reception, and expressed the delight felt by the people at Mr Thomas's visit, He cordially welcomed representatives of other churohes. The Methodists counted it a speoial honor that Mr Thomas should visit this cir cuit, not only because he occupied the position he did, but for the work he had done and still purposed doing, Mr Hiatt mentioned that Mr Thomas had done some of his preparatory work at Naring. This year he said was an event? ful one in Methodist history, for they were on the eve of celebrating the cen tenary of the churcb, and they were working towards even...

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CLEARING SALES Have been held for following vendors:— [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 May 1914

CLEARING SALES Have bsen bald foi following vendors: Acc E Fox, Yarroweya*1; J and S McCrum, Bunbartha; Daintou and Sons, Pine Lodge; A F Steer, Barooga; G Cora ford, Dunbulbalane; A Oliver, Wattville; H McLaren, Marungi; S Coruford, Kata matite; J McBurnie, Pieola; D Treahy, Pino Lodge; Ameer Rux, Merrigum; G Limbrick, Waaia; D Eliacou, Katamatite; G Colliver, Tatnra; J C Hamilton, Dookie; P Miechol, Tallygaroopna; W Stangor, Waaia; E Husking, Waaia; P Kilbride, Waranga; T McMahon, Pine Lodge; W Bowen, Dookie; J H Smith, Ulupn*; A C Tufcbill, Shepparton; W A Mactier, Tafcura; J Craven, Tatara; Joa Henderson, Waaia; W Dunlop, Dookie; J Sinclair, Arcadia, J CnsseD, Caniambo; Mrs Duffy, Muckatab; Mrs Parnell, Muck-tab; estate lafe J Gunn. Katunga; Mrs Ksane, Tatura; Mrs Skacklock, No murkah; Miss Maidment, Toolambi W ; Mrs Phelin, Farrawonga; Jas Lee, Bundalong; J J Hanrahan, "Mt Gwynne" and P Cahill, Yarrawonga, CATTLE. Sold on acc.—C.W Norton, Shepparton, 333 mixed; G andP Norton, S...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 May 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. Sir,—I only wish an abler pen than mine book upon themselves to thank through the medium of your paper the Rev. S. W. Williamson for his contri butions to the " Church of England Chronicle." Now, Sir, I am not an adherent of the church that gentleman belongs to, nevertheless I peruse every week the columns that Mr Willnmson contribu'es, and I must confess that I feel better after reading his different subjsets. Tru'y he follows in his Di vine Mast°r's footsteps, as humility seems his forte ; not like many more ministers and preachers, whilst preach ing the Gospel or trying to preach it, they can see the mote in the neighbor's life and cannot Eee the beam in their own.— -Yoars, ebc„ YOILA TOUT.

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THE LATE MR A. MILLER. AN APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 22 May 1914

THE LATE MR A. MILLER AN APPRECIATION, Tbe death of the late Mr A. Miller wr 8 (s*y8 the Geelong "Advertiser1') referied to at the meeting of the Geelong West Council on Wednesday. Mayor D'Helin said tint th ■ community, and Geelong Wesb in particular, had sustained a great loss by .he death of Mr Miller, who had done a great amount of good through out the State for many years and had been a benefactor to the poor. In Gee long West he had built a fine terrace oi hou es for the poor and aged per sons, and his memory would be held in grateful remembrance by many to whom h9 had been a generous helper iu their time of adversity. "What could be better than to establish such homes as Mr Miller hnd done 1 It was re grettable that Mr Miller had been cut off, as such a man cou'd be ill spared. Had he lived longer he would have done still more to show his practical sympathy for poor people. Not only bad be erected homes in Gedong West, but he subscribed £50 when it was decided to establish a ...

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