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LETTER BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 5 June 1914
LETTER BOX. " Friend " is informed that it would take too much space iu this column to go fully into the subject mentioned in her letter However, we may state (1) That no minister may marry a person under 21 years of age without the written conBSDt of parent or guardian. (2) That Mar riage by Banns is not compulsory but very desirable (see Eubric above Mar riage Service in i?rayer Book), and ie be coming frequent in these days. There is no extra fee for reading out the Banns. (3) The Bishop will not approve of a Marriage in a private house unless over sir miles from a Church, or in a Rectory or Vestry unless under distressing circum stances. (4) It is not compulsory for a clergyman to marry anyone (5) It is possible under some circumstances to obtain a Dispensation from the Bishop to marry in the season of Lent. A copy of the form of such dispensation may be given in a future issue.
Pre-selection Ballot. THE LIBERAL NOMINATION. CR J. D. MITCHELL SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 5 June 1914
Pre-selection Ballot. THE LIBERAL NOMINATION. CR. J. D. MITCHELL SUC- CESSFUL. Cr. F. G. Moss yesterday an- nounced the result of the ballot taken to select a candidate to stand in the Liberal interest at the forthcoming State election for the seat to be vacated by the Hon. Geo. Graham. The result of the voting was thatCr.' &nbsp; J. D Mitchell, of Shepparton, was declared elected, Mr Biggar securing second place. The carrying out of the election entailed a great deal of work and sacrifice of time on the part of the Electorate Committee, of which Cr. Moss is President and Mr. R. J. Watters (of Numurkah) secretary.
YOUANMITE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 5 June 1914
YOUANMITE. Mr H. Roberts has opened his new store, and celebrated the opening on last Thursday evening by an invitation social, at which a large number of resi- dents of the surrounding district were present. The evening was a very en- joyable one, and Miss Roberts and her brother, as hostess and host, excelled themselves. Mr Roberts came to the district nearly twenty years ago and opened a general store in a small way, &nbsp; and he has, through attention to the general wants of the public (with the assistance of his sister), succeeded in establishing a good business. During later years he found that his old store was not large enough to cope with the business, and he determined to build on on a larger scale, Some months ago he let a contract to Mr Farr, of Tunga- mah, for the erection of a suitable resi- dence, store and post-office, and it has just been completed. The enterprise deserves the success that the residents of the district wish. Mr and Miss Roberts, as the buil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 12 June 1914
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS AT WALTER'S pHARMACV. PATENT AND PROPBIETARV MEDICINES. A full Stock is kept of all Patent Medicines, inoluding the following special lines—Red Cross Liquid Parrallio, La vena Hair Tonic, Flowers ofOxzoin Face Lotion. Salrado Tonic, Bisurated Magnesia, Mercolised Wax, Phemlnol, Clemimte, e'e. — HORSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES All the well-known medicines are stocked. Bring your own recipe along. Prices right. HOT WATER BACS. A good Btock 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 cially selected beef combined with iron and Catawba Wine. If you are feeling " run down" try a bottle, 3s. "6d, tST ALL ORDERS by Post or 'Phone filled by return mail, 'Phone 22 Y, M. A. WALTER, Chemist, Numurkah, (Late Head Dispenser with H Francis & Co,, Melbourne). A HOME. THE . . Telegraph Hotel NTJMURK AH. Bottle Department a Specialty. L. A. SYMMONS, Proprietress, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 12 June 1914
Its exquisitely delicate flavour has won appreciation from all classes and all ages, while the perfection of its ingredients and the healthy conditions under which it is manu factured, in bright, clean, airy workrooms, guaran- II tee its complete purity and wholesomeness CAo&uKr.aowmuc. |
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 12 June 1914
GOLF. Numnrkah golfers visited Oobram on Monday and spent a most enjoyable afternoon with the local players. The games played resnlted in a win for the visitors, and the scores show :— Numnrkah Oobram. Gentlemen Tuthill — 4 aces Lindsay — Oaces Garvey — 5 McGifiord 0 Harper — 0 Straohan — 3 Baker — square Duncan — square Kilpatrlek 5 Wyatt — 0 Gibson — 4 Stewart — 0 Eodda — 0 Williams — 6 Pretty — 3 Haggle — 0 Ladies. . Misses / Williams 4 Miss Blythe 0 / K MoNamara3 Mrs Blythe 0 McNamara 3 Miss Steer 0 Morrow — 0 Miss Tuok 5 Totals 31 ace3 13 aces Majority for Numurkah, 18 aces Intending competitors, both ladles and gentlemen, are reminded of the competi tions to be played to-morrow and Wed nesday for trophies presented by the President and vice-President. Good work Is still being done on the links by a few enthusiasts, the latest being the raking of the courses. a
WESTERN AND MOIRA RIDINGS ASSOCIATION. PICOLA v. CUMMERAGUNJA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 12 June 1914
WESTERN AND MOIRA RID INGS ASSOCIATION. PIOOLA v. CUMMERAGUNJA. A very close and exciting game was witnessed on the Picoia ground last Batnrday afternoon, when the Picoia team met Gnmmeragunja. Before the game oommenoed the Picoia eighteen met and eleoted S. Ball captain for the season. Thronghont the game there was very little difference between the opposing teams, and after a very exciting finish Picoia ran out winners by one point, although there was really a margin of two points, the goal umpire in the excitement of the finish crediting Cummeragunja with a behind which was not kicked. There was a large attend ance, and the barraoking at times was very keen, but the game throughout was played in excellent spirit. Next Saturday Picoia meet Barmah Federals at Barmah, when a good game should result as there is keen rivalry be tween the teams. On Wednesday last Moira met Na thalie on the latter's ground, the match resulting in a win for Nathalia by a sub stantial majority of points. ...
MARUNGI v. NARING DIP. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 12 June 1914
MARUNGI v. NARING DIP. A soratch match was played at Mar ungi on Mr Bowen's gronnd. Juniors were there in good' numbers, and a very exciting and friendly game was played with 19 a side. The local juniors show a great improvement on last year's play, and Naring Dip have also some very promising juniors. The game was very oloBe all through, and ended in a win for Naring Dip by 2 goals 2 behinds to 1 goal 4 behinds.
NUMURKAH SHIRE COUNCIL TUESDAY, JUNE 9. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 12 June 1914
NUMURKAH SHIRE COUNCIL TUESDAY, JUNE 9. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday, when there were present : —Crs Campbell (chair man), Thornton, Meiklejohn. Fnrze, Ball, Tuckett, Ross, Pnrdie, McDonell, Moss, Maloney and Gordon. Oorespondenco. From Department of Lands, stating that it was impossible to accede to re quest that the council be informed of all lands which it is intended to alienate within the shire.—Cr Furze said all that was asked was that land required for public purposes should not be alien ated before the council was advised of the proposal. The letter was a snub on the council, and was not such a? should be sent by one public body to another.—Or Moss said in some eases the opinion of the council was obtained, whilst in others action was taken inde pendent of t'ro council.—Cr Meiklejohn thought the council should be consulted before any alienation was allowed.—Cr Maloney thought there had been a mis apprehension regarding the council's re quest....
KATANDRA DISTRICT JUNIOR FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 12 June 1914
KATANDRA DISTRICT JUNIOR FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION, At a meeting held at Messrs Jeffery Bros'. Katandra, it was ananimoasly decided to reform the Association anier the old name. Office-bearers elected were —President, Mr Bert Hodge ; vice president, Mr It. Prideanx ; secretary, Mr A. MoDongal. The first matohea are to be played on Satnrday, Jane 18. The claba represented at the meeting were Katandra, Yabba, Marnngi and ■Naring Dip.
Tungamah Shire Council. MONDAY, 1st JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 12 June 1914
Tung-amah Shire Council MONDAY, 1st JUNE, Present—Org J, Ryan (President), Wadeson, Stokeg, Fell, D. Ryan, Ford, Hodge, Whitty, Kelly, Deagan and Cummins. Correspondence, From Department of Agriculture, acknowledging receipt of a sample potato, which wag in a decaying state. The potato was badly affected with Brown Fleck, the cause of which was not known, Ths disease Was not infectious, as in the case of Jrish biighti, dry rob and other fungus diseases attacking the potato.—Re ceived, From Numurksh Shire, asking co operation in requesting the Govern ment to clear the frontage along the Murray River, wbioh is need as a highway from the geodesic between th« shires of Nutnurkah and Tunga mah to the Yarroweyah-Tocumwal main road, and to construct a bridge over the Sapling Creek,—Granted. From Shire Solicitor, forwarding the following lebber in connection whh the oase of Ryan v. Taylor :— " To the President and councillors, Shire of Tnngamah.—Gentlemen,— I hereby unreservedly withdraw th...
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 12 June 1914
CHURCH SERVICES. Presbttebta-s Ch-jkoh.—Services will be conducted next Sunday as follow :— Numurkah 11 (CouimuDion) and 7, Drumanure 2 30 Rev. J. A. Lee. Cob ram Charge: —Yarroweyah 11, Naring 3, Cobram 7; Rev Harvey. Methodist Ceubch,—Servioea next Sunday are as follow:—Numurkah 11, Cobram 7, ,Sfcrathuierton (Sunday-school Anniversary) 3, Rev White ; 7 Rev Inoh ; Numurkah 7, Baulkamaugh II, Baulka uiaugh Sth, Rev Hiatt; Wunghuu 11, Mr Kilpatrick ; Wuughnu 7, Kaarlmba 3, Wsaia 11, Rev Yeo; Cobram 11, Koonoo uioo 2.30, Mr Marfcindale ; Baulkamaugh Sfch 7.30, Mr Yarwood ; Naring 3, Rev White ; Harungi ll.Congupua West, Mr Jaffr»y ; Bunbartba 3, Mr Green. Methodist Church, Nathalia Circuit Services will be held on Sunday as follows —Nathalia 11, Kotupna 3, P'cola W, 7, Mr Taylor ; Picola North 11, Yalca 3, Nathalia 7, Rev. IV. Clemens j Narioka 3, Mr Norton ; Yalca South 11, Besrii 2.30, Mr Caldwe.l, Presbyterian Church, Nathalia Circuit Services will be held on Sunday next as follows...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 12 June 1914
SOROSES LIQUID FAOE POWDER. In these days of oat of door life— motoring, golfing, boating, eto,—a re liable and harmless liquid powder la one of tho necessities of life. Soroses Liquid Face Powder is found by experts to be a perfectly invaluable proparatlou and a decided improvement on the old-fash loned dry powder. Besides improving the appearance it acts ae a shield to tho delicate skin of the face against hot winds, dust, smnt3, and other oxtraneons matter. Price 2s 8d. Obtainable at 1 all chemists and stores.
NUMURKAH WATER TRUST. TUESDAY, JUNE 9. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 12 June 1914
NUMURKAH WATER TRUST. TUESDAY, JUNE 9. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday last, when the following wore present:— Coma Fnrze (chairman), Moss, Purdie, Gor don, Thornton, Campbell, Meiklejobn, Cope and Moss. Correspondent, Prom Shepparton trust, asking for information re electric pumping plant.— Sapplied. Prom Water Supply Commission, forwarding contour levels showing the district through which it may be con sidered advisable to carry an extension of the Congnpna channel.—Received. Prom Sbire of Oxley, asking trust to urge its Parliamentary representatives to nse their best endeavors to have the recommendations of ths Dredging In quiry Board given effect to.—The chair man said that- the policy was the one the Trust had always advocated, and he thought the request should be granted. He moved to that effect. Seconded by Com Meiklejohn, who instanced the case of the Loddon at Newstead, where the river had been silted up.—Com Moss supported. The Water Trusts As...
MONDAY'S MATCHES. COBRAM v. NUMURKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 12 June 1914
MONDAY'S MATCHES. COBRAM v. NTJMTJRKAH. What the difference in the scores wonld be was on the main the principal question asked by the majoriby of the large contingent of supporters who made the trip to Cobram on Monday to witness the meeting of the Cobram and Numurkah teams, last season's prcmiors being deemed almost invin cible. Football champions, like all other champions, have some day to meet their " Waterloo," and given an ounce of luck, or even a tinge of better judsment at the business end of affairs on Monday, the wearers of the Yellow and Black wonld mosb surely have had to " bake off their caps" to the visitors from down the line. Nu murkah had a strong combination in the ffeld, probably as strong as they will get together during the year, and though rumor had ib that the Riversiders were not as strong as in previous years, little fault could be found with their representatives, the passengers, if any, being rabher of the useful sorb. Play opened briskly, and at the bounc...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 12 June 1914
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE [From Oar Own Correspondents.] nathall A handsome presentation w&j made to Mr and Mrs Alex 0: nip hell at asocial evening held sfc the Commercial Hotel Kotapua, 00 Monday evening. T*v%t' was a'large atteud^aes. (Jr A. — A presided and made the presenhuic^ report will appear in our next issue. After having bean a private crnicem for some 60 years, during which par>od it has been renewed thrice, the punt at the I Murray at Barmah will shortly be ta\lea over by the Victorian and K.S. Wales' Governments and the charges will be abolished. This action by the G worn' merits concerned is another little link ia the chain consummating Fed or anon. It may be mentioned that for the greater part of the period the pun: in question has been under the charge of Mr \Y. 'p. Maloney and his family. The danger of driving at night without I lights— and particularly m ko; cars was well exemplified recently, when "li lt. W. Cobblediek, r » a fi3hin« excursion wit 1 ! ran h...
PICOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 12 June 1914
The pice price of 26s 7-1 -y-u tb:;;-.iid for a 1'no of fat sheep frx'i 'He f;::aoi Mrs A. Behn. Vieiiau, ■%-. AtM-:&lt; Samara sod Go's sale on M nh.y. Much corn moat h->s been m ,•£•.» a- -.ie action of-he ••s.u.iinrine* its o:.j to •he Gninmeragucj i rootbni "e • :t :>1 ./:aj in Victoria. Seaiot-Coan r.b 5: -re no doubt ac'ing on to: uob-y—_ :he players at PieoA nonce b> ,ve f» home, and though he did n • re.- the order, still it cMJ-ed unpin :rte- It is unaers'ood that the- S nth Wales authorities are radon in r r of the men taking part in ninthly eras.