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The Numarkah Leader ESTABLISHED 1895. A Farmers Paper, published in the Interests of the rural community. Every Friday, one penny. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 May 1914

« in.u iinji.11 ^ Established 1895. A Farmers Paper, published la the In terest! ot the raral community. Every Friday, one pennv. Friday Morning, May 29, 1914. Of course there is every oxcuse for an . error, but our Shepparton contemporary the " Advertiser" made an awful attempt to spell Naringamugalook by making it '■ Naringaloogalloo." This was whilst reporting a speech made by the Rev. John Thomas, President of the Metho dist Conference, and we feel pretty sure that other places were mentioned—Dun bulbalane, for iustance—but apparently the effort to spell Naring was too much for our friend of the " 'Tiser," and ho al lowed mention of those important district parishes to pass in painful perplexity as to what the dickens the words meant, and what fiend " made them up." " Oh, Selina ! your cough is most dread ful, You'll have to take something, I'm sure ; Get your mother to send to the chemist's For Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Mumma gives it to me and to Tilly When we have a ccugh...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NUMURKAH ESSAYS, Under 15 Years. PATRIOTISM. PATRIOT (Jean McWhinney). [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 May 1914

_NUMURKAH ESSAYS, Uuder 15 Years. PATRIOTISM. PATRIOT (.Jean MoWbinney). Patriotism is loviDg one's country and looking after its welfare, If it were not for the great patriots of our Empire,, I wonder how it would stand to-day 1 Many men and women were and are patriots, but they do not show their patriotism in the same way. You would not think how many ways there are of show ing one'd patriotism, Many men show that they love their country by fighting for it in time of war. Nelson, Drake and Wellington are Bome cf these, Why did they leave their homes? Nut for fun you would say, but for their love of their country. Where would Australia be now if it were not for the. brave Adventurers of old 1 Why did Cook sail aw*y into unknown seas ? He loved his country, and did EOt want another country to get this new land. We owe a great deal to the patriotic explorers of long ago. Women could not show their patriotism by going to war or looking for new land (although Joan of Arc did), but they...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ESSAY. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 May 1914

THE ESSAY. Hereunder we publish the essay re ferred to above. Ib w/s written by Barbara Carlisle on the tubj cb of Ewpiro Pay : — hmpire Day comes round again re minding us that we belong to the greatest ernpi e in the world which is united in the cause of civiliz Uion, pro 8r:s-, teace, ad the best interests of M'ti. Long ago, me a thought that on ftupire or a nation must te founded °Q brute force and that the chief, things in his'o'y were the dates tf h^ths, Lut, bo-day, we ore seeking to lilove upward, working out the beast, And let the ape and tiger died' To day, we see that the world is one and that oar battles are not Bgaiost one another, bub against bar barism, igcorance and folly that en slave us all As the people cf the whole world b come mere educated and civilized, they think less of mar drr and bloodshed and become broth erly toward eaoh other. A true Briton's ideal in life is to make other peop'e h p y, not to war against each other. Our chief wea pons in civihYug natio...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 May 1914

THlj GUN. Tho eponing shoot o: the Xaaurb Gun Club took place on Siturd-y stVs noon, in the presence of a i »;r nutub^*-^ shooters and spectators- The club t», obtained permission to use the raceway, for shooting, and the no" ground ideal spot for the sport. Some £&•'. shooting was done for an opening d£~ though all the shooters wore patchy- " Grant was the most consistent. at«£l secured his first- ten birds Sweeps _ won by W Grant, J Xowby, W. hVuiuy W Grant and J Xewby ditided one, »-•* the last was divided between J h's1".1„ W Thomas, J Reynolds and J Gr owing to the supply of birds giving !"'Z In addition to the sweep money, ^!r," Broad donated £1 during the day. Jj H. Shacklock had charge of the tr3^; aud gave complete satisfaction, been arranged tojhold the next saJ<3 Wednesday next, June 3. A meetiei ;| members will be held at the Tel«gr1'" tT» - Hotel on Friday night at 7 30, ; • - ========== .

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 May 1914

football A scratch match was played at - ou Saturday between Xa r irkaa s^t Drumanure, resulting in a win to: home team, Prior to the match Mr « [; .Williiuis was elected captain for 'season of the Xumurkah c'r.b, arts 5' A Johnson vice-captain. Prior to t:-[ election the President (Mr H J GieKJ jy ad iressed the members oi the club, vising them to make a wise choice, 3:*j> when they had chosen their tiEcers tl give them loyal support. £ ,

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EMPIRE DAY. CELEBRATIONS AT WUNGHNU. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 May 1914

empire day. « celebrations at wungh pWro Day was celebrated abthe ffnn»hnu school ou Friday la t, and fie'who visited the school for the fir time were united at the precision ■X which eecb form of celebration I! cuded cut. The marching and ftlutioc performed by the children 6 rdonewitba-snapMhab showed 'Vrr f{-}'ftmUa ienb training, and Mr p (p jie head teacher, was freely Siicnfcd on the disdp ine shown w the scholars u'der Ins care. The .Lina was a revelation to many, and = ° ° f the scholars chere are at least ?r too ^ <">d a 8i'l-:whoEe Ycs shcu'd bo worth cubivating h,'er on Many sougs and recitations 'oredveuby the children, and tlvs rortioSu of the p-ograinme was hugely Loved. Four essays were read, and , *re' at»q}n, the visitors were amazed. We'tea-educe ore of these papers,1! and readers may judge for themselves thena'ure of the training beicg given at the Wunglmu school. Io has been our lot to peruse many essays on vari ous su' iects, but we can honestly say...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Make Your District known. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 May 1914

Make Your District knotffl< " ^ ^ v Concerning some parts o: news come bat seldom. This >s fault of the Editor, for he has no nU' culous power of knowing what is [" ^ peeing in all the places ~ia the areJ *£ circulation. It is the fault of the ;{r t J dents in distant places. "j&V fW ' Will some man or woman 1 " matter in hand and cause tha silent ^ cease 1 hi If no one else is doiDg it for 1 district, will YOU try on these In** I Send accounts of public and j9\i S events in your township or nei§" ** hood, such as weddings, deaths, 5 dents, concerts, matters touching industries, etc. Do not bother about graalfll}u -ww HUt Uv/VUtU KiJjUfc 5J 1 spelling ; it is the Editor's worK-to . » i eV?« after these trill33. The barest is enough. Write on one side of the paper Write your name in some not for^printing, bnfc to pt°*8 faith,

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KATAMATITE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 May 1914

KATA Thirty four points of rain fob on :*bc. g.\ day night. The season t'.w. .i.-honi im ut> been very favorable for c: t8i sh the prospect ci a good seas .-a at ths w. particular juncture never looked P brighter. ' On Saturday last the Ivc»i i r , Pub held a mee'ing a: L.ises H - • Mr Fowles (President) preside , o there was a large gatheri-u: f jBy»* } and supporters, Mr F 'J. mi i ^ 1 elected captain aud Mr H i i v,' who has played a couple of g v.: » - ; 1 Carlton during this set- >:•, .;n v ; » vice captain. The 'playing rr.i ,d , , been made much ! \rger. The tennis t.uic.nunnt i- v-r g t . ally drawing to a chse, • ■ . ' » wj* » game will probably be niay- , a ie--. **, day cex\ when Mi-:a Anircv. - mi ][• 3. Barnes will play Miss llugises r.l Ci Mr G. Wilshior. jl There was a very large gi he: hi a'L: v Mechauics' on Mond ay c ;j h.s: li the debate aider the any ;'e; of ► local Mutual loiriveni ; oVy, r:e f sutijecr K-iug " Dry Farm —Mr J, f O'Brien, ja.\—versus " 1 o ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. MUNDOONA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 May 1914

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE [From Oar Own Corres pondent3,] mundoona. What might have proved b serioui accident occumd to the contractor for Taney's bridge whilst on big way from Nathalie By oais meats his clothe caught fire, and in endeavoring io?a. cate the gig he became caught, nately help was at hand andhewa«ej, tri( ated. The seat of the gig r,nd^net articles were burned. The Tennis Cinb hM<l in annual boq. ial in the Kaavimba Hall on Wednesday of last week, and u proved the most saccessfni gathering held by the club for gome tune. There was o ;a"2e att-ead ance, the floor was in fi-st-e a«3 order and the music supplied by Misses B?4 all that conld be desired. A.t the invitation of Mr Cook, the children of the Mnndoona school plasd the Wunghnn children on Friday iSai in celebrating Empire D ry. Tee child, ten spent a most eojoyab-.e and profit, able day, and '.be tnac-ks yt the Maa. j doona teacher and parents are exuded j to Mr Cook an i the ladies and g? men of Wunghou f...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Temperance Notes. (Contributed) [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 May 1914

Temperance Notes. (Contributed) Prohibition Going Ahead.—By a m«j rity of over 200, Trenton, Mo., TT.S.A., voted to outlaw the saloon. The campaign has been a vigorous and enthusiastic one, and the Mis souri papers report that on election day when the polls opened at seven o'clock the church bells throughout the city tolled, and men in motor cars drove up and down the main street singing "Glory, Glory, Halle luj »h, Trenton's going dry," Twelve hundred women were on the streets from early morning until the pol's closed, urging men to vot) against the liquor traffic. How to Lengthen Your Days.—A Scottish minister found one of his elders, a farmer, coming out of a public house, and to'd him to give up whisky or it would land him in the grave. "Think so?" said the farmer. "I am sure of it And what is more if you will stop drinking it will pro long your days." "Come to think of it, I believe you are right about that, minister," said the farmer, "I went twenty-fonr hours without a drink ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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The Sporting' World. RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 May 1914

The Sporting' World. If ^ Wz . KIFLE SHOOTIX The first match c£ the sea:: :: *45 shti cn the Numurk.ih range en fi -.turd.y ;«t, tho competing teams being Namarkih and Sheppartoc, and resulted s via!?? the home ter.in. Neither c'i seated by its full strain; less soma coed shooting > murkah's seven men .ive- . . mm at 500 yards. Scores— Ncmcekau. t Si-:-0 y.is yd; I L. Dockery — — hi :V« W. Bigneli — — el s:> r 0. Baker — — si Si J. Mapietoic, jar — ? Si VT. J. Te-sre — — OS Si ' » A. Hyde — — oS S) r J Kitsoa — — he SO T.t A. T. Glassoa — Si J. Hudson — — OS 31 J. Boon, gear — OS SO A. Clydesdale — OS SO T. Corkhil! — — 07 OS J. Boon, j ar — — OS OS F. Bennison — — OS 02

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 May 1914

HARD TO BEAR. When the back aches and pains so bad.'y that yon can't work, can't rest, can't sleep, can't eat, it's hard to bear. TbonsandB ot aching backs have been relieved and cared. People are learn ing that backache pains come from weak kidneys, that Doan's Backaohe Kidney Pills core every kidney ill, care bladder troubles, urinary derangements, dropsy. Read this testimony to the merit of the greatest of kidney specifics Mrs J. Boyd, late of Meiklejobn street, Numurkah, and now living in Daylesford, says:-"I am fally con vinced as to the virtues of Doan's Back ache Kidney Pills as a cure of all symp toms of kidney trouble. For a long while I suffered terribly from disordered kidneys, and as a result my back was always achiog, sometimes the pain being almost unbearable. To make matters worse, I was always subject to very bad headaches, and felt thoroughly run down. I was at a loss to know what to do to get well again when a friend advised me to try Doan's Backache Kidney Pil's. ...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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WAAIA [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 May 1914

W A AIA / f The W\is;i Gun Ciuh : G - \ sh^ot for the g-.-Wii ■> 7. ) Twenty oue shooters wc-v : - -t. \z: |;f the total number of Inoi - - - 113. j|: The top scores were- -R. L .r-ti-i 14, >*. $ Jorgensen 12, :uii J. Cob.: 11. g.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 May 1914

SOROSES SKIN FOOD. Every woman who wishes to appear beantifnl should use " SOROSES " for 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 sailow ness disappear like magic. Price 2s 6d per jar. Obtainable at all chemists and stores.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 May 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Adamson, Strettle and Co. report:— Stores.—Good sorts were again scarce. Best lengthy aeon stores making 39s to 45s ; others from 29s ; slips, 24s to 27s; snckers 8s to 14s. Porkers, Prime, 47s to 52s, few to 55s ; prime light 30s to 39s ; few second qnality at store prices. Bacon Pigs.—Prime heavy 71s to 76s, odd pens to 82s, prime me dium 58s to 68s, prime light 58s to 65s, half fat and interior from 50?. Back fatters. —Best heavy fats £6 10s to £7 10s ; prime weighty, £4 to £5 10s ; rongh and inferior from 55s. Calves.— Fnll supply, prices firm. M'Pbail Bros & Co. report:—Stores —SackerB 12s to 18s ; slips, 18s bo 22s ; strong stores, 28s to 35s ; seconds, 24s to 26s Porkers.—Prime, 47s to 52s ; extra 42s to 55s ; light, 80s to 38s. Baconers.—Prime, 70s to 76s ; extra. 78s to 82s. Backfatters.-Prime and weighty fats from £6 to £7 ; extra to £8 ; others, £4 10s to £5 10s ; rongb, from £3.

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 May 1914

To Have sound digestion, vigour, vitality, health, your stomach must be healthy and able to digest food perfectly. When your stomach is out of order you are sure to suffer the discomforts and pains of indi gestion, such as pains after eating, flatulence, bilious attacks, giddiness, palpitation, headaches, furred tongue, loss of appetite, or consti pation, Sn thousands of such cases Mother Seigel's Syrup has restored good health. It is made from roots, barks, and leaves, which tone and strengthen the stomach, stimulate the liver to healthy action, and regulate the bowels. In this way, Mother Seigel's Syrup promotes good digestion without which good health is impossible. AND CUT YOUR CHAFF WHEN AND WHERE YOU WANT IT, AND IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT YOUR STORAGE AND CONSUMPTION HAVING YOUR OWN CHAFF - CUTTING PLANT PAYS YOU NOTHING IS MORE IDEAL OR PRACTICAL THAN THIS BAGSHAW OUTFIT The BAGSHAW Combined Petrol Engine and Chaff cotter is specially made to save unnecessary handling &lt...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Conrad Power Co, [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 29 May 1914

Conrad Power Co, The advance manager of this p pa lar company was in town yesterday making arrangements for a season of two nights—Friday and Saturday, June 5 and 6 Playgoers and others will be pleased to hear of the return of this brilliant company of lady and gentlemen artists, as their return has been looked and waited eagerly for by all. Tbey are producing "Parted by Treachery," a very strODg emotional ploy with an abundance of humor right through it, making it the most sucoessful comedy drama that has been seen here. Since their laab visit here with the famous "Killarney," a tour embracing South Australia, N S.W., and Queensland bas been done with a continuous series of success. Wherever the com pany appeared they were greeted with the oio-t intense enthusium the cur tain having to be. 'aken up repeatedly in response to the continuous ap plause. To pick out individual mem bers of this company is impossible, each artist filling his or her role mosb successfully, Mr Oonr,-,d Powe...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 5 June 1914

Caiupbell and Go STOCK AND STATION ACENTS, NUMURKAH, KATAMATITE, STRATH MERTON . AND COBRAM. SALS FIXTURES, June 5—Nnmnrkah stock sals 10—J3tratbmerton stock sale 11—Special horse sale at Nnmurkah (with Adamson, Strefctle and'Co.) 12—Nnmdrkah stock sale 17—Katamatite stock sale 19—Nnmurkah stock sale 28— Numuikab pig and poultry sale 27—Strathmerton stock sale July 7—Katamatite pig ale 'E have varions sums avail able On Freehold Properties at" LOWEST RATES and MODER ATE CHARGES. Strictest Confidence Observed. CAMPBELL & CO., Nnmnrkah and Branches. For Melbourne Fab Stock Market) at Shortesa Notice. All STOCK CONSIGNED FREE of Charge. • - District Agents for Wm Skelly & Co CAMPBELL & CO. NtJMURKAH THURSDAY, 11th JUNE. Good Bayers in Attendance. Campbell and Co. ADAMSON STRETTLE & CO, Auctioneers in conjunction. StratSaEsaeiPtoa Sttoels Sal®. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, '■ And fortnightly thereafter.. CAMPBELL & CO Will sell as above Sheep, Cattle, Hors...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 5 June 1914

CHURCH SERVICES, Methodist Church,—Services next Sunday are as follow:—Numurkah 11, Wnnghnu 7, Naring 3, Rev Hiatfc; Nu murkati 7, Wunghnu 11, Baulkamaugh Sth 3, Rev Clever.Ion ; Oobram 11 and 7, Koonoomoo 2 30, Rev Inoh ; Baulka maugh 11, Mr G. Fowler ; Baulk-.nvxu^h Sth 7,30, Mr J. Fowler; Naring 7 30, Strathmertou 7 30, H.IvI. Meeting; Strathmertou 3, Mr Gleuuy; Marungi 11, Congupna "West 3, Buubartha 7.30, Rev Yeo; Marungi 7.30, Mr Bond ; Kaarimba 3, Rev White; 7.30, Mr Gla3 son ; Waaia 11. Mr Kilpatrick ; 7 30, Mr W. Fowler ; Katunga 7, Mr Gleuny, Presdtteutan Ciiuucit,—Services will bo con ducted next Sunday as follow:— Numurkah 7, Waaia 11, Yalca 2.30 Rev. J. A. Leo. Cobrarn Charge; — Yarroweyah 11, Naring 3, Oobram 7 Rev Harvey, Church or England—See Church of England oolimiu. Metliodi6t Church, Nathalia Circuit— 8ervices will be held on Sunday as follows —Nathalia 11, Narioka 3, P'cola W, 7, Mr Taylor ; Yalca South (S ) H, Bearii 2.30, Nathalia (T.O.R,) 7, Rev. W. Clemens ;...

Publication Title: Numurkah Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 5 June 1914

J, M"Namara be Co's SALS FIXTURES. June 5—Numurkah stock sale 6—Cobram stock sale 8—Picola stock sale 9—Nttmurkab pig and poultry sale 10—Katamatite Stock Sale 12—Nnmnrkah stock sale • IS—-Finley stock sale WANTED. 60 Draught Horses from 2-years-old upwards. Vendors are requested to forward particulars at once so that inspection can be arranged, J. M'NAMARA & CO. Numurkah. Weekly.- SSo'esi ©a§e, MatfeaSlai THURSDAY—WEEKLY J. M'MAMARA & CO. Will sell est their Nathalia yards— Oattle, Sheep, Horses Pigs, &<?. EiSnoa Invited, FINLEY STOCK SALE " SATURDAY, JUNE 13, ' • And fortnightly thereafter, J, M'Namara and Co, Will sell OATTLE, SHEEP, HORSES, Etc, . Advised— Finley represented ve-G, J. Mnllios. Kataniatite Stock and Pig . Sale. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, J. M'NAMARA AND CO. Will hold their nest sale of stock as above, when lines of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &o. will be offered, Entrios Invited. Looal Agent, W, Foristal. Picola Stock Sale. MON...

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