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The Numurkah Leader ESTABLISHED 1895. A Karmers Paper, published in the interests of the rural community Every Friday. one penny. FRIDAY MORNING, JANURAY 23 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914
€hf> 1 Established 189P. ^ Farmers Papsr, published lu the >a leresff nt tbe rural community Rv«ry Friday. one p»nuv. Friday Mornin., Jaxuaey 23 1914 LOCAL AND QENERaL. A good programme has beeo prepared for the Shepparton oaroival on FfbrQ. »ry 10 aud 11 iuoludii g band oon e«t £75. and Shepptrfn Gift £il5. Sp-ci»l trains leave Nuuiurkah at 10 7 ami 10 35 а.m., stopping at all stations. Campbell aud 0 >s next piij sale at Nu muraab will be he d on Tuesday, 27"b iust., whe • ihare will be uood luoal and omside buyers pre en' fu.- all classes. Members of the loo*l detachm-mr are 110'ibed that horses for ihe Shepparto ■ >-qu*iirop Camp must be trucked by the б.8 train on Saturday moruing. Miss D ira Dobinson is at present an inmate of the Moor opua hospital, iQ a critical Coudiiiun, having been operated upon tor perltoiiii S and appennicius, Miss "obiusou h .d been employed at Messrs Brown Cutke and CuV, Nunjur kah, for some time. She tvas taken senously ill some days ago,...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914
©JEATTSS. BOYD,—On the 21st inst. at the residence of her daughter (Urs B. Pieper), Kerang, Eliza Boyd, relicit of the late Jas. Boyd, of Numurkth. Aged 86 •'ears. In terred at Namurkah, '■ At Rest.' Faauer&I Notice. THE Friends of the Late Mrs Eliza Boyd are respectfully invited to follow her remains to their last resting place, ths Nn murkah Cemetery, on Friday, the 23rd inst. The funeral will leave wr Bigne'l's resi dence, ileia'ejohn-street, at \ to 11 o'cl-ok punctual. G. NICHOLSON, Undertaker,
Numurkah Court of Petty Sessions. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21. (Before Mr R. Knight, P.M.) Debt. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914
Numurkah Court of Petty Sessions. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21. (Before Mr R. Knight, P.M.) Debt. John Jones v. Wm. Hnmphryi-i : Olslm £2 15- 6 ', w->rk a->d labor done, goods sold and delivered, and monet lent. Mr D. Tonoock for complainant ; M W. McO, Abernpthy for defendant Wm. Hnropbryi- connfer-clpicmd £ 1 V 17s 6d for nee and hire of a b r«e John Jones gave evidence regnrdi s bp trsnt-BC'innS hMwcPn himap'f r r d-f.-r.d«n». h" m r- ' " ' ■ A > • R , m • • t- • ' ; f i •«' : >« f ■ r' i- • i•. 30 ; --re f r.-r-e - RJ. R'-y»r ('n ; ro iTer-•; K-m. •-•>!** ■ ■ ri3»-r —id be h d ri' -e' hired u p mare D>feid«nt asked hm o •he animal in to use her in exch-nge fur 'e- d. Be fed themare for two montb b fore he need ber. Oa another 0"C&lt;; ai-n hp res'pd th" marp for six «e*-k'. gh- wqc wrk- "• i—c.a«i->'«l y no I v ■ r vh n • in e 9 •* from £' 8 £42, " i- b ». no • ft | h 'vf •••;!, :.I M-m ,be I , H ff a -.i, v,.,i j I ) lid.;:, ll • ■ '&lt; H - ' i'p ...
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914
CHURCH SERVICES. Phzssttekian' Church.—Services will ho o mduoreii nasr. Rundvy as follow; — Numurknh 11 and 7 30, Drimanuro 3, Ray \. Loe. Cohrni C'larco — Noriug 11, Yurrnweyah 3, Cobrsm 7, Rsv Harvey. Methodist '^hurch —Service nevt Sondav i--» a-; follow:—Vnnurkah 11, lVuogh"U 7 30. Xaring 3 R->v Hiaff; Nivurkah 7 30, yen-iy men ; Wa^ghna 11, Baulkamau>rh 7 30 Mr Caldw 11 Cohram 11 and 7 30 Koonoomoo '2 80, R-u- Fruerain; Baulk imaugh 11, Mr Ddavur; Ranlk ■nvu-jh Stb 3, Mrjagny. Sira bniorPon 3. Mr Martindalo; M vrunci 11, C"r>8Ul»esi V7e&lt;t S Mr IV Fowler; K«arinib» 3. M r iT'fvn; Rcnhirtha 3, hand; MTa i i H. Mr (3 Fowler; Rifama 'ite3 Dir'hirb d do 7 30, Ynuarang 11, Rev R-oherts; IC if un it It. > 7 30, Mr vVill t»oo-e; Dnnbnlhalano 11, Mr Gleony; YouamnPe 3, Mr N. Lukies. ThUkcit of Rn-iti.and—Sr-e Ohnrch of F, ulioiil •(. •Into " Methodist Church, Nathalia Circuit— Services will be held on Sunday as follows nthalia 11, Ya'ca 3, Mr Norton; Plcola North...
ST. GEORGE'S FAIR. A SUCCESSFUL EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914
ST. GEORGE'S FAIR. A SUCCESSFUL EFFORT. The annnal fair in aid of St. &lt;Ipnrg»'p Chnrch of England was held on Thora day, Friday and Saturday of last week. The opening ceremony was performed hy 'he Shire President (Hr W. A. Oamp bed), who, in the course of his remarks. '• xpressed the hopp (hit'he anticipations of those* in charge—'hat snffi ien money would b-» raise! tn wip "£f the debt existing on the rectory—won d be realised. Tne gronnds presen'ed a very prpt'y sight the stalls being most artistically de corated, the colored lights also helping in the general effect. It appeared tba> a commendable competitive spirit b*n animated those in eh irge of the various stalls, he resnlt being ;hat for daintv fleets one w-mld have to travel far to d d beti'er. The dressing of the atten dants, too, was ^ppto.iriate. and in this connection perhaps a -peeia note might he a lowed regarding the attendants a' the oafe. Mrs R. Cohen and Miss Gracev were in charge, and they 3nd their...
Social and Presentation. TO MRS C. REILLY. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914
Social and Presentation. TO MRS C. REILLY, A very pleasant function was held in the Katanga Hal! on Monday, 29th December, when Mis Reilly, who bad been a resident of the district for over 20 years, was tendered a farewell social and made the recipient of a presenta lion. Alt-bough the night was very oppressive, the hall was almost filled, and songs and dancing were indniged in nntil 12 o'clock, when a good sapper was partaken of. Mr J. Oalleman then presented Mrs Reilly wi h a most beaa tifnl tea and coffee service, on oak tray. 8-'vera! gentlemen spoke of Mrs Reilly'a good qualities, and testified to the re spect in wk'cb she was held. Mrs Reilly's tw i sons, Messrs Edward and Charles Reilly responded on ber be half. Anld Lang Syne was snag, after which dancing was again indniged in till the wee sma' hoars, all agreeing 'hat they had thorongh'y enjoyed them splves. Miss Powell supplied the masic, and Mr.Ca'Inmn acted as M.C,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914
DINNA FORGHT. -> We'll a' beT(' N U mFrKA] : CALEDONIAN SOCIEIt • ANNUAL GATHERINi';. R-gi&lt;rerod VSU. and V.&1 Wed., Feby rk '1/ :ccess'oa U m R,;!w*v f, ta p.ifi ruaiiy H,' 1130 5; "I'»E TjA. D E :T& -.5: PROGRAMMES !' Cm >a 12 > m oik jj? Dress, Best Dressed Highlander, f £2, second El Best. Dressed Laddie (or First £2, second 10s Best Dressed Lassie (on First El, second 10s f Best Dressed Laddie, radin; miles Fi'st E , second 10s Best Dressed Lassie, r.idiu; miles First £', second sOs Three entries or no second pri.-. Best Dressed Child under . years of age, within a radius f,iv miies of Nutnurkah (special.-. J. £1, second 7s 6d, third -s 6d. Piping. Piobaireaohd. First £2 sec £1, third 10s Marches. First £', second: third I0a Strathspeys and Heels. First : second £1, third 10s Piper (novice), within 50 u radius of Numurkah. First Eli second 15s, third 5s Dancing (Adults) Highland Fling. First ; second £', third ' 0s Irish Jig, First £1 10s, se...
EDITORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914
EDilORlAL. During the last few weekB we have been e-y busy with pr> paragons for the annual effort to pay off our debt on the Becioiy. Consequently, the other parish woik nas received a oht-c-, and it is now t.ime lor us to commence .ur other organ, ising work. Coofi mat- on year has come round sga u. ami ci»ss's will he formed w ih n the next few - treks W ll parents lemetnbur the exhortation at the hap ism of tiicir children — "Ye are to 'eke care that this child be brought lo t: e Bishop to be Coufi. iited by him." I shall be glad to receive all candidates of fcte age of four teen or oyer. And then we hope this wiil be a good' Mission year. An effort is to be made to stimulate Mission:.ry interest, and to place as many Mission boxes in houses as possible. \Ye also hop; that i. e Men's S piety will h.ve a goal year, nd ' hat many &lt;nti>u*ins! ic workeis win cooie forward foi (Jh it or duu - y Sch «•! work. The other n cenes—G E t>, Mothers' Ui ion ana Gu Ids wil...
MRSELIZA BOYD. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914
MRSELlZ V BOFD. The death tcnk place en Wednesday last of a former very old resident of Nnmnrkah. Mr3 Elis* Boyd settled wi'h her hnsband (who died some eight years ago) in th'a district about 25 years ago, Mr Bovd having purchased a farm near the town, and she took her full share of the hard w >rk necessary in those days to wrest a living f om the soil. She was 86 years of age at the time of her death, which was dne to senile dec«y. Mrs Boyd left Nnmnr kah ooni- 'i'U ' ago to reside wi h one of h"r daughters (Mrs Pieji-t) at Kerung. () her members of the fatri'ly a-e — Mrs Btgnell. Nntnnrkah ; -Mrs S. 0>"an'e&lt;\ Pontscray ; Mrs 0. D. 1) v s, Per'h ; Messrs loho, Daylea. or' ('iriiierly of Nnronakab) and Ed wa d. Pinle.y. The bnrial will take ■Uce i'> 'ho Nnmnrkah cemetery to-dav.
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914
NEWS AND NOTES. A meeting of all woibers at the recent open-air fete will be held at the Rectory i ext Thursday 'we- k, when a balance sheet will be submitted. We are pleased to report at tins'st-go'a financial sucoe-s, though not so profitable as onr trouble and expense warr nted. The whole affair we decorated and lighted on a lavish scale, and where this is done we are in clined to expect; patronage from a greater •number. However, we are glad to say that a good sum has been realised, and we take this opportunity of returning our siooere thanks to all who came to our fete and cheerfuliy submitted to the "-x ti sating" th y received at the hands of our entbnsia tic stallholders and assist ants. Once a year we DO presk; our olairns on the generosity and good nature of anyone and everyone, and we are grateful for their response. And espec ial y we thank those of other denomina tions who nave given money and other gifts, and to those also who have helped the stallholders to dispose of...
The Goulburn Valley Seat. VOTE TO BE TAKEN ON JUNE 2 [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914
The Qoulburn Vailt-y Seat. VOTE TO BE TAKEN ON JUNE 2 A w-l' att9nde1 meeting of the State e'eetorafce. commi tee &lt;>f he Teo pie'-Par'y and ^us'r lian Women's Nation! L^gue we hel I at Shepear ton on Wednesday, to con id -r the Que=ti >n t>f ma itig a selection from seven candidates nominate! for the Goulburn Valley -eat in the Lagis lutive As emhly, i ■ suco'Ssion to M' Graham Council >r P. G. Moss, of Numurkah, pre ided It was decided to have the rolls of members 'f the Goulburn Valley oranches of the People's Party and Wom-m's Natioual League ivady hy February 21, and that a b lot of mem jers with r spect to the selection of a andidute betaken on Juno 3.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914
WELL AMD STRONG, What a grand thmg $r is for women to foal well and strong ? The Ladies' College of Health has brought forward a home ' treatment that has r -stored thousands to BO.gd health at a t'ifling cost. Those in- j terested can find out all about it if thej* send twopenny stsnos to Oept. -17, La tics' Doilcga of Health, 46 JSiisabatiMireat, AIol°1 oouruo. * I
MRS M[?]RY CARTER. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914
MRS MJ RY CARTER. One more of onr earliest residents has been called to join the great majority. ; After a lengthy illness, at tha matore j age of 86, Mary, relict of the late M' Joseph Carter, died on Sonday last The deceased lady ws3 one of the pion eers, do'' only of the state, bnt of the district. Her hnsband selected land in • he year 1875 in the parish of Ba^wo, and there was reared a large and high'y esteemed famdy of thirteen, of whom bhp 'o'lnwiog members enrvire • — leasts J isppb, Richard, Wliiam (N,8 V^.J, G-orge, John (W.A.), and Edwin, and vfrs E T. Pearce and Mrs A. H. King, The deceased during her lifp had many and vatied experiences, snfif-T •ng ad 'he ids and inconveniences «b>cb I' n-w arriva s had to »hare. 8h wee W>tn " -f a'r&lt;>ng ehsrai* . r »-id lea"»■. ••e i"d her a arg» ci cle ..f -o r wi 'g t>, nOs. The hnr al "ok place at the Nuhaiia cemetery on Monday last, and h !»e&lt; Vila- Was iarg. iv at ten ied Tht K V." ' . C ttiens '...
Obituary MR ANDREW BOBN. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914
Obituary MR ANDRHJ ac BOBN. Again we have been colled on to say a lasting farewell to an old resident of the diBUiot, and one who, to nse tbe familiar words, had 1 left his footprints ih'' sands of time." Afer a l->ne I p-onfnl i In"*-', ar he a^e "f 75 o- M Andrew B '"n, of Vifi'in, p>-KsO h«i v a' the re-id •ne.e of Mr M lo>, of Shepmr on. to which town he h gone to oe tinder the immediatt re of TV Q -a->. The 'ft^e M" Bohr tS a OJtn of a great and ch-ariiiiov "•gona ry G e«' in 'h*t, utaioinir life hj ow-'at in'ig, h" *1 -tWi-d no t,ti lde to s'aiid in i.h" w^y • f his fineness. Ocarmint; in that wherever and in whateve' circumstances he wag met wit h he was always the same genia-, smiline and cheery map, looking on' ths.brigh si ie himself »n &lt; carrying one^alnng' with bis bright optimism. Word* of oti'S coald not ponrcray his many parts. He was not one to seek pnnlio po°i-ious, bat there was none more active than he in promoting pabiic efT-its. He was a m...
MEETINGS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914
MKEi. Ii>,Gb, ETC. "Wednesday, 21et—Concert at K. tunga. Ihurtday, 22nd—Concert at Wungbnu Friday, 23rd:—oiioir Practice as Mu inurkah, Next Sunday—HOLT COM UNION aI NU.VJ UhKAH 11 a m Wedntsuay, 28-u—Met- log S. Ani..n CoDgiUfja i'iu iv F-t«. I our* day, 29 U — iilvei fcocg 7 30 p ui. St Gcoryt's > ong fcg «"iou iHro mg .. 8 (Ke leut-iit relief. Sunday, Febiu.uy 1».—Ho y b&lt;p&lt;»bui at jN utuui kan il veuoung Religious Io6tiution—Rotor visits Stat* »cbooJ — Tue^d-ys, T?mnurkfcb (woriiij; 9i5; \Vh,i,eMi»y, Invergoid.u, »u&lt;i Myivett 9 i6, StratnniHrtou 3 HO (■1. 'ortuigiitly) Maril.igeS—.By appointuieu (except in Lent). To avoid possibv incooveuien- e b>- a• ctnr desil 8 « - rly Hon. HTMNS 'or next tw-d-y (3 d SuiTay tie. Kpiv.ii u\)—2u, 255, 273, So. 79 (H vJ. 311, 3.9 3-24,. iieditat.: n this wet k :—8t Jon 2 v 11.
Church of England Chronicle. (Edited tor the members and adherents of the church in the Parochial districs of Nnmurkah.) Rector, Rev S. W. Williamson, ThL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914
Church of England Chronicle. (Edited tor the members and adherent8 of the church in the Parochial distric8 of Nnmuikah.) Rector, Rev 9. W, Williamson, ThL. Plan of Church Sarvicsafor January. NUMURKAK 8.8. 2 oO p. in S'lR'THM'i'IS IS. S- 10 H.ni. WUNGHNU s.y. 2 p.ui, katuwga s.s. 2 p.m. | | 11 18 25 eR eii MR uiF m 1J bF all MR eR MR aF aR aE aR aF On above plan m stands for morning, a for afternoon, e for evening, M fo Morning Holy Communion, s.s. toi Siiiiday-eohnol, K R.r R.-ctur, V fm n / Falconer, D for V| i Da\ ir.
Temperance Notes. (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914
Temperance Notes. (Contributed). Sir Frederick Treves, Physioian to the late King Edward, said, "Alcohol is die tinctly a poison ; the limitations on its use should bo as strict as on arsenic, opium, strychnine. It iB preposterous to suppose that any healthy pera on neds any alcohol whatever. In Kraepo'in'e words, "Everyone is an alcoholic in whom the after-effects of a 'Iriuk of alcohol haye not yet disajype&Tod by tlw tiara tto acst oua bsgliia,1-'
Tnngamah Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914
Tnngamah Water Trust, The mouth y meeting was held on Monday, at the conclusion of the council business. CORRESPONDENCE. From Stace Rivers Commission, i0 Numurkah Trust's statement chat it; w-w* .. i receiving a proper pro o r i '» >f the water supply .from C»-ey'» wmr.—Engineer to famish . s- iiuoe "f cost of scheme to comply vvr.h 5'fini of leoter. P. F. Spr-igue reported consump cion of 279,000 gals water at Kat i maCite dnriug December by Railway Department Numnrtah trust conveyed to 'vl«* K iiy >ru t rigjueer, its -■eryvb'w-t.'.' thanks f r c-U'te.-y showu co 'he r engineer, aud for assistance so r adily given in getting water through into Numurk»h trust's stor ages. RATES REPORT Rates cuilrcteii, £83 6s 8 ; ■arrears to oate outst.»udiug, £378 12s. GENERAL BUSINESS On motion of Coins U .uimios and Ford, a yearly charge of £1 is to tie levied on windmills erected on creeks. Corn Ryan: That overdraft of £600 be sought. Lorn Fell: That engineer furnish a TOtister of all tauk...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 23 January 1914
My dear, what a lovely cup of tea: one does always" get at your house. That puts mc in mind, what did you think of that woman yesterday ?—really now, didn't she look a guy ?—and this is R o bu r tea—well, it's awfully nice. 1 must tell my grocer to send me some next week—-it's the No. 1 Grade. I'll remember that—thank you, I will take another cup. I'm glad1 you told me the fresher it is, the better it is, and I'll not forget to look for the date on the package—it's a good idea to put the date when it leaves the company's Jtanda on label} isn't it.