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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 12 June 1914
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Adamson, Strefctle and Oo. report:— Stores,—Good sorts were again scarce. Boat lengthy ■ aeon stores tnakiag 35s to 40a ; others from 30a ; slips, 23a to 27s; suckers 10s to 18s, Porkers. Prime, 48a to 52s, few to 56s ; prime light 33s to 38a ; few second qaality at store prices. Bacon Pigs.— Prime heavy 75a to 82s, odd pens to 87s, prime me dium 68s to 73a, prime light 59a to 64s, half fat and interior from 58?. Back fatters. — Best heavy fats £6 to £7 10a ; extro to £8 10a ; prime weighty, £4 5s to £5 5a ; rough and inferior pigs from 50a. Calves.—Short supply, and high price?. M'Phail Bros & Co. report :-—Stores ■—Suckers 16? to 20s ; slips, 20a to 28a ; strong stores, 30a to 35s ; seconds, 24s to 26a Porkers.—Prime, 49a to 54a ; extra 42a to 563 ; light, 33s to 40a. Bsooners.—Prime, 70s to 78a ; extra, 80s to 85s. Backfatters.-Best, £6 to £7 ; extra, to £8 5a ; prime .and weighty, £4 to £5 ; others, £3. The Australian Estates and Mortgage Company Limit...
LETTER BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 12 June 1914
•LEiTEE BOX. In further answer to "Friend" I give, as promised, a copy of the form of Dis pensation granted by the Bishop under some circumstances to marry in Lent :— DISPENSATION. "Whereas A.B. and C,D. have repre sented to me that they are desirous of being united together in holy matrimony, and that their marriage should take place in Lent, notwithstanding that the general custom of the Church regards the Lenten season as an unsuitable time for festivities : Now, therefore, in order that this their legal desire may be more speedily consummated, I, Thomas Henry, by Divine permission, Bishop of Wan garatts, taking into consideration the reasons aforesaid, do hereby grant my license and permission to the said A.B. and C.D. as well ur to tho minister who is desired to solemnise their marriage, to enter into the bonds of Holy Matrimony during the season of Lent, provided al ways that there be no other obstacle to their said marriage than that presented by the custom aforesaid."— ■T. h...
MEETINGS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 12 June 1914
MEETINGS, ETC. Wednesday, 10th—Rector at Iuver gordon. Heralds of fcho King, Wunghnu, 8 p.m. Thursday, 11th—(St Barnabas A. and M.) H.C., St George's, 7 30 a.m. ; Rec tor at Wnughnu. Meeting of Dramatic Club at Rectory, S p in. Friday, 12th.—Choir, Numurkab, 8 p.m. Monday. J 5th—Vestry Meeting, Rec tory, 8 p.m. Tuesday, 16th—Meeting of Congrega tion, Rectory, S p.m. Business : Appoint ment of Committee and Stallholders, Meadow Fete. Wednesday, 17th.—Rector at Mywee and Strathmerton. Confirmation Class, 7 p.m. Thursday, ISth. — Church Social at Mechanics,' Hall. HYMNS-(1st Sunday after Trinity)— 12, 27, 391, 106, 1S6, (H.C, 321, 552. 5oo.) Meditation this week—2 Cor. 13, v 14 Subject—"The right hand of fellow ship."
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 12 June 1914
NEWS AND NOTES. Holy Baptism, St Aidan's, Sferathmer ton, Sunday, June 7th, at Matins— Henrietta Jean Farrell. THE ABOVE NOTICES.—Particular attention is drawn to the meeting to be held nest Tuesday. All interested in the Meadow Pete are asked to attend. Also please note that the third annual Church Social will take place on Thursday, ISth June. All members of our congregations in the district are heartily invited to at tend. Ladies are asked to contribute re freshments, and the gentlemen will be asked to give the price of the hall renc amongst them, beyond this there will be no charge. Lady collectors of provis ions will endeavor to make a systematic canvass, but should they inadvertently miss anyone, it is to be hoped that all will come, nevertheless, and bring cake or other provisions for the supper. Let them take this 'as an invitation, as no other formal invitations are beiag issued The date of 'he Wangivatta Synod ha' been fixed for the otb of August. The Dramatic t01ub mce s ...
EDITORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 12 June 1914
EDITORIAL. With this issue we begin another year of publication, and I am thankful to know that our readers are satisfied with the "Column," and that it is being read with interest far and wide. I have seen quo tations from our Editorials in both Vic torian and New South Wales papers, with kind comments thereon. To all the young readers who have acted upon my suggestion in our first issue that they should cut out the "Chronicle" and gum it into a book as a diary of our Church doings, I shall gladly givo a Bible or a Prayer Book, and I am prepared to do this at the end of this year also. All readers, far and near, are included in my ofier, the year to commence from this issue. I hope to include some other use ful competitions for the young folks in the contents of the "Chronicle" this year, and I shall gladly accept any offers of prizes for the same from any of our read ers. Let mo close by quoting from the letter I wrote iu the'first issue, June 4th, 1913:—"Please regard it as thoug...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 12 June 1914
IF yon haven't seeonour NEW RANGE OF WINTER SUITINGS &nbsp; you should inspect them at once. They are a splendid assortment &nbsp; of NEWEST FABRICS, in attractive but refined patterns, and WE GUARANTEE PERFECT STYLE & FIT. OVERCOATS &nbsp; &nbsp; 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 —in MEN'S WEAR than ever before. ———— &nbsp; Smart Style Shirts, Tasteful Neckwear, Correct Shape Collars, Winter Underwear, ALWAYS THE BEST OBTAINABLE AT &nbsp; A. McPHERSON, tailor and mercer, COBRAM, 'Phone 26. — — NUMURKAH 'Phone 22J. NUMURKAH MOTOR GARAGE . &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; LATE COXON'S GARAGE, MELVILLE STREET, &nbsp; NUMURKAH. CARS LAM...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
SOROSES LIQUID FACE POWDER. Iu these days of oat of door life— motoring, golfing, boating, etc,—a re liable and harmless liqnid powder is one of the necessities of life. Soroses Liquid Face Powder is found by experts to be a perfectly Invaluable preparation and a decided Improvement on the old-fash ioued dry powder. Besides Improving the appoarauce it acts as a shield to the delicate skin of the face against hot winds, dust, smuts, and other extraneous mattGr. Price 2s 9d. Obtainable at all chemists sad stores. no ip 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 small but strong and complete It has a sweet toned gong. Price 5s. 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. Price 5s. THE LEEDS 13 special...
Strathmerton Murray Valley Settlers' Ball. A SPLENDID GATHERING. PRESENTATION TO MR R. BRUCE WALLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
Strathmerton Murray Valley Settlers' Ball. A SPLENDID GATHERING. PRESENTATION TO MR R. BRUCE WALLACE, The Mnrray Valley Settlers' ball held in the Strathmerton Public Hall, proved a pronounced success, and much credit is due to the members of the committee of management, and especially to the ladies, who provided supper aud decora ted the hall. The members of the Mur ray Valley Settlers' Association and a large number of residents of the dis trict were present, Mr M, Duffy (President) stated that the association^ was formed some years ago with Mr R B. Wallace as secretary, and they in-/ tended that night to recognise the splen did efforts put forward by that gentle man in their interests. He very deeply regretted that Mr Wallace had recently met with a very serious accident and would not be present with them to receive a gold locket from the members of the association, which gift would in some slight measure show their appre ciation of the excellent manner Mr Wallace bad carried out...
THE DRAW. The following are the fixtures for the association matches, games to be played on the ground of the first named club:— [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
THE DRAW. The following are the fixtures for the association matches, games to be played on the ground of the first named club :— June 20.—Cobram v, Tallygaroopna, Eoornoonoomana v. Wunghnu, Strath merton v. Numurkah, Muckatah v. Ka tanga, Drumanure v. Katamatite, • June 24—Wunghnu v. Cobram. Tally gsroopna v. Boimoonoomana, Katunga v. Drumanure, Katamatite v Numurkah, Strathcrerton v. Muckatah. July 4—Muckatah v. Wuughnu, Boom oonoomana v. Katunga, Dru manure t. Strathmerton, Cobram v. Katamatite, Tallygaroopua v, Numurkah. July 11—Drumanure v. Tallygaroopna, Katunga v. Cobram, Strathmerton v. Boomoonoomana, Wunghnu v. Katama tite, Numurkah v. Muckatah. July 25— Drumanure v. Numurkah, Muckatah v. Cobram, Tallygaroopna v. Wunghnu, Katamatite v. Boomoonoo mana, Katunga v, Strathmerton,
FOOTBALL. ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
FOOTB \LL. ASSOCIATION MEETING. A meeting of the G.V.F.A. was held at Mrs Brennan's Globe Hotel on Mon day night. Mr T. Leavey presided over a good attendance of delegates. A letter was read from Umpire J. Dav ison, drawing attention to the absence of proper markings on the Katamatite ground, and it was decided that the at tention of the club bo drawn to the mat er. The matter of the interpretation of the hand-p.ssing rule by the umpires was discussed and it was decided to allow the umpires to use their own discretion in the matter. Mr Howell's notice of motion that the position of the four clubs left in the final bo decided by lot uas agroed to. This means that the team to play the minor premiers for the semi-final will be drawn for. In connection with the transfar of players (a number were granted at the meeting) players should remember that they have to obtain a clearauco from their club, and forward it (together with a sworn declaration that they have not played with another olu...
MUCKATAH v. KATAMATITE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
MUCKATaH v. KATAMATITE. The play throughout was very inter ring and up to the last quarter it was anybody's game.. Owing to the match being started late, the players during the Rnal quarter could scarcely bo distin guished. Muckatab, bow.ver, had the best of the term, and ran out wmners by 6 goals 11 behinds to 4 goals 4 be bjnds, For the. winners—II. Wilson, F. Mannis, J. Lambert, T. Leavey, J. Kennedy and Carter showed fine form ; for Katamatite — Harrison (.although handicapped with an injared foot played fine football), Barber Bros., Conlson, J. O'Dea, Lawrence and O'Kane Bros.
Numurkah Public Park. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
Numurkah Public Park. e A public meeting was held on Mon day evening, when there waa a small attendance, the President (Mr H, J, Glenny) in the chair. The President explained that the meeting had been called for the purpose of electing trustees in the place of Messrs A. McDonald and E. Coxon, who had resigned. Messrs T. S. Lan caster and J. P. Bedwell were elected to fill the vacancies. A statement of finances was read by the secretary (Mr Guenther), and showed a debit of £6 10s. Mr J. 0. Trengrove suggested en larging the committee of management, the trustees to bo ex-officio members of such. The public would be interested in the work, in which everybody could take part. The beautificafcion of the park wa3 a work that would benefit the town, and as time went on no doubt more would be done in this direction. The President said there was still an idea that the Park should be in the centre of the town, bnt he hoped that would soon be dissipated. Mr Trengrove said that nowhere else cou...
Government Land Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
Government Land Sale. A sale of Crown land was held at the Nnuiurkah conrb-bouse on Fri day afternoon. Mr Geo O'Toole, land officer, conducted the sale, and there was a fair attendance. Bidding waa brisk for the lots in the town ship f f Cobram, which Mr O'Tooffi stated were the last ot the Crown /iand at that place. There was only ' one bidder for the Katamatite block. No bids were forthcoming for the lots at Koonoomoo and Bnnbartha, and they were passed in. Following are the particulars of the sale3 :— COBRAM. Former State-school and police streets; area, 2 roods each; upset price £12 per lot. Allot 1—J H Radcliff, £18. 2—C Tennanfc, £14 8—J G Martindale, £17 10s 4— do £20 10a 7—W H Curtis, £24 8— do £24 9—H Bowes, £27 10 10—P Colnmbini, £28 10s KATAMATITE, The old Mechanics' Institute sibe . in Goorang Road ; area, 3r lip ;/ upset price, £S 0 Ballard, £8
NUMURKAH BEATS BOOMOO NOOMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
jfUJlUBKAH BEATS BOOMOO KOOMANA. Saturday's match on the local ground provided the Inst contested game so far witnessed at; Numurkah during the present) season, but as re cards a good exhibition of football ^•sb in no wise to be compared wi'h the match played at Cobram on King's Birthday. The locals we-e well rep resented, while Boomoonoomana came with a reputation that gave promise of a good game, a reputation that was undoubtedly well earned, and the team should, with a little more practice, make good before the season is ended. Umpire Reynoldson had ch arge and he made a good fist of his part of the business. Impartiality is one of the best; points in an umpire, and though fteynoldson may have missed things, he certainly was impartial, and ap peared to give satisfaction to each team. As in their previous marches the locals were a bit slow at open'ng and a free at the start put Boomoo Boomana on the attack, but only a behind resulted. From tha kick off the locals carried the play ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
WHY IT IS SO COMMON. The strenuous modern life we lead often upsets the digestive system. Then, too, worry, overwork, anxieties of varions sorts, excitement, late hoars, trying cli matic conditions, iack of exercise, or too violent exercise, are each and all capable of bringing abont a deranged condition of the stomach. Add these to excessive tea drinking, to which many of as must plead guilty, and yon see olearly enough why indigestion is so common. To avoid indigestion, and its distress ing symptoms, yon must take an oc casional dose of Mother Seigel's Syrnp. Bat to banish indigestion and its health destroying effects, its pains and discom forts, yon mnst take a regular course of Mother Seigel's Syrnp. There isn't a remedy in existence that can care yon at once if yon have been snfEaring for a long time, bnt quick relief and eventual restoration to good health are certainly in the powers of Mother Seigel's Syrup, and usually follow its use. Of that there is no doubt. Tens of thous...
THE SPORTING WORLD. THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
THE SPORTING WORLD, THE GUN. Oa Saturday"next the Numurkah Gun Club will hold a shoot, when, in addition to sweepstakes, a silver cup will be shot for. The opening shoot of the Tallygaroopna Gun Club will take plaoe on Wednesday, whea a good supply of sparrows will be available. Shooters are invited to attend and become members of the club.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
LADIES PLEASE NOTE—Ladies are requested to note that the offices of the Ladies College of Health have removed from 46 Elizabeth Street, to Phair's Buildings, 327-329 Oollins Street, Mel bourne. The college has the sole agency in Victoria of Dr D. M. Ooouley's famous Orange Lily Treatment, which for the past 25 years has been effecting such wonderful cures among women in all parts of Australia. For the benefit of sufferers, and for those in whose homes King Baby has failed to appear, a free valuable medical book will, be sent to anyone writing to Dept. 47, The Ladles College of Health, Phair'a Buildings, 327 Collins Street Melbourne.