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NARING FAST. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
NARINU EAST. On Thursday last) the Katamatibe benms clnb journeyed to Naring bo try conclusions with the looal olab, and after a very pleasant and inter esting game the Naring club ran out winners by a majority of seven games. Afternoon tea was provided by the local ladies, and was highly appreciated by all, The following is the result of the games:—Mr P, Sprague and Mr Kilfeder (K) beat Messrs W. Donald and J. Jones (Nj 6-2; Mr P, O'Kane and Miss C. Devenish (K) beat Mr W. Donald and Miss L. Lynch (N) 6-2 ; Miss V. Nelson and Mr K. N. McLeod (N) beat M;ss Chalmers and Mr 0. Eliason (K) 6-0 ; Miss V. Nelson and Mies Pabriok (N) beat Miss Hughes and Miss Andrews (K) G 0 ; Miss Hughes and Mr Kilfeder (K) beat Miss Patrick and Mr Jones (N) 6 2 ; Mr Kennedy and Mr K. N, McLeod (N) beat Mr P. O'Kane and Mr 0. Eliason (K) 6-2 ; Mis3 Murcbison and Miss L. Lynch (N) beat Miss Charles and Miss Devenish (6-3). Total, Nariag 30 games, Eatarna tite 23.
WAAIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
WAAIA. The NVaaia gun clnb found hares 60 be very plentiful on Wednesday. 27 shooters were out, and a total of 222 hares were shot, A few of the top scores were :—N. Jorgenson 16, F. •Jorgenson 15, C. E. Weame 15, 0. B, Wearne 13 R, Larkin, W. Hansep, J. Cullus, and L. Sizar with 12 each. The hares shot by the club this season are found to be in exceptionally good condition for selling to the freezers,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
SOROSES LIQUID FACE POWDER. la these days of onb of door life— motoring, golfing, boating, etc,—a re liable and harmless liquid 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 loned dry powder. Besides Improvlug the appearance lb acta as a shield to the delicate sklu of the face agaiust hot winds, dust, smuts, and other extraneous matter. Price 2s 9d. Obtainable at all ohemlsba and Btores.
Numurkah Agricultural Society MEETING OF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
Numurkah Agricultural Society MEETING OF COMMITTEE. A special meeting of the committee of the above was held on Saturday, when there was a good attendance, the President (Mr P, G. Sleep) presiding. Welcome to New Member. The President extended a cordial wel come to the shire President (Or Camp bell) and hoped he would be a regular attendant at fntare meetings. Cr Campbell thanked the President fer the welcome. He exhibited a speci men of St John's Wort, and said that at Beeohworth hundreds of acres of land had been rendered worthless through the spread of. tbe weed, There was as much land there as would form a new province absolutely worthless. The advice of all who knew the pest was to kill it on sight. Fifteen pounds an acre had been spent on 20 acres in an endeavor to eradicate the weed, and a further £2 was necessary, it was thought, to finally kill the weed, but even when killed the land was worth only £4 an acre. Once the weed got a start it was almost impossible to eradicate ...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
MELBOURNE MARKETS, Adamson, Strettlo and Co. report:— Stores,—Good sorts were again scarce. Best lengthy .• aeon stores making 35s to 40s ; others from 25s ; slips, 23s to 27s; suckers 10s to 18s. Porker3. Prime, 48s to 52s, few to 57s ; prime light 35s to 40s ; few second quality at store prices. Bacon Pigs.—Prime heavy 76s to 83s, odd pens to 90s, prime me dium 68s to 74s, prime light 50s to 60s, half fat and interior from 583. Back fat ters. — t Best heavy fats £6 to £7 10s ; extra to £7 17s ; prime weighty, £4 to £5 ; rough and inferior pigs from 50?. Calves.—Short supply, and high prices. M'Phail Bros & Co. report:—Stores —Suckers 16s to 20s ; slips, 20s bo 28s; strong stores, 30s to 35s ; seconds, 24s to 26s Porkers.—Prime, 42s to 50s ; extra 42s to 57s ; light, 33s to 403. Baconers.—Prime, 70s to 78s ; extra, 80s to 86s. Backfatters.-Best, £6 to £7 ; extra, to £8 5s ; prime and weighty, £4 to £5 10s ; others, £3.
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. [From Our Own Correspondents.] NATHALIA. In another column Mrs E. Winch, who as licensee of the Bridge and other hotels was so well and popularly known when Mrs Kinsella, announces that she has taken the Commercial Hotel at Kotnpna, where she hopes to see many of her old friends and make many pew ones. The Nathalie golf club links were opened with dne form and ceremony on Wednesday last, when there was a large attendance of members and visitors. Mr E. Richardson, President, and Mrs Richardson extended a welcome to all present, and in a neat speech the Presi dent hoped that the season would be enjoyable and profitable. They had started with a credit balance, and though just at present the dry weather was affecting them somewhat, still a good rain would put this right. The first drive was made by Mrs RichardsoD, and the links were declared open Refresh ments of a recherche character were served by the ladies.
PRESENTATION AND SOCIAL. TO MR AND MRS A. CAMPBELL, KOTUPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
PRESENTATION AND SOCIAL. TO Mr AND Mrs A. OAMPBELL, KOTUPNA. There was a large attendance at Che Commercial Hotel, Kotupna, on the evening of the 8th inst,, to do honor to Mr and Mrs A. Campbell and family, on the occasion of their severing their connection with the hotel and district. The chair was occupied by Or A. Mc Donell, After fall attention had been paid to sumptuous refreshments pro vided by Mrs Wincb, the licensee, The Chairman, afier apologising for the absence of Cr J. H. Tuckett and Messrs E. Roacb, G. Petty, P. and T. Banko and W. Hooper, said it was hardly necessary to say that they had met together to show their appreciation of a family whom they all held in the highest esteem. He was pleased to see so many present. Or W. T. Maloney proposed " Our nest and Family.'' While he had pleasure in proposing' the toast, yet it was with a. tinge of regret. Regret that such an oeeasion had arisen to call them together, but as time rolled on such circumstances arose, and it rem...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
SUDDEN DEATH. MR E. V. HUGHES, OF / NATHALIA. Residents were shocked on Wednes day evening when the news was flashed abroad that Mr E. V". Hughes, the well-known chemist, had died sudden ly. Mr Hughes had attended a foot ball match in the afternoon, and in the evening, afcer discussing the game with Mrs Hughes, be suddenly ex pired. The funeral took place yester day afternoon, and was largely attended.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
LEAVE PATENT AND PROPRIETARY MEDICINES. A full stock is kept of all Patent Medicines, including the following special lines—Red Cross Liquid Parrallin, Lavona Hair Tonic, Flowers of Oxzoin Face Lotion, Salrado Tonic, Bisurated Magnesia. Mercolised Wax, Pheminol, Oleminite, etc. HORSE AMD BATTLE f.iEDICIHE8 All the well-known medicines are stocked. Bring your own recipe along. Prices right. HOT WATER BAGS. A good stock in all sizes is now on hand, With or without covers. Compare my prices ■ ■ before buying elsewhere. BEEF AND [RON WINE. A Splendid Tonic and Pick-me-up. Made from sp cially selected beef combined with iron and Catawba Wine. If yon are feeling " run down" try a bottle, 3s. Gd, ALL ORDERS by Post or 'Phone filled by return mail, 'Phone 22 Y. if A* o Yv 1 Chemistf Kumurkah, (Late Head Dispenser with II Francis & Co,, Melbourne). THE . . NUMURKAH. ID L. A. SYMMONS, Proprietress. THE M Quality and Prices Right. Ironmongery, Crockery, Glassware, A splendid assortment...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
Hospital Demonstration A MEETING of all ladies interested in the above will be held at the Mechanics' Hall to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon at the close of the band meet A. 0. KING, Hon. Sec. University Extension Lectures. FIRST LECTURE, PRESBYTERIAN HALL FRIDAY NEXT, JUNE 26. Subject: "COAlby Dr Pritch ard (Illustrated). Tickets admitting holder and each mem ber of family under IS years to each of the six lectures, 5s; single tickets (for whole series) 2s 6d, Obtainable from L. FRASER, Hon. Sec. i^Jumurkah Gun ©Sub Saturday, 20th June. MATOH FOR SILVER OUP. ALSO SWEEPSTAKES. A good supply of Birds sssnred. Shire of Numurkah. NOTICE is hereby given that the Council of tho Shire of Na murkah did npon the 9th day of June, 1914, pass a resolution adopting Regulation No. 25 for suppressing loitering in public places. A copy of tbis Regalation is open for inspection at the Shire Hall, Nnmnrkah, and will be brought up for confirmation on the 14th day of Jnly, 1914 T. S. LANCASTER, Shire Sec...
MEETINGS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
MEETINGS, ETC. Wednesday, 17 th.—Rector at My wee and Strathmerton. Confirmation Class, 7 p.m. Thur-day, 18th, — Churoh Social at Mechai :.cs' Hall. Friday, 19th.—Choir, Numurkab, 8 p.m.' Tuesday, 23rd—G.F.S., Rectory, 8 p.m. Wednesday, 24th, (St John Baptist!.— Reotor at Invergordon. Thursday. 25th—Rector at Wunghnu. HYMNS (2nd Sunday after Trinity)— 173 (3rd part), 179, 306, 266, 540, 165. (H.C. 321, 552. 555.) Meditation this week—Rom. 12, v 10. Subject—"The Reward of Discipline."
Church of England Chronicle. (Edited for the members and adherents of the Church in the Parochial district of Numurkah.) Rector, Rev S. W. Williamson, ThL. Plan of Church Services for June. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
Church of England Chronicle. (Edited tor the members and adhereuts o£ the Gliureh in the Parochial district of Nuuiurka.il,) Rector, Rev S, W. Williamson, TkL, Plan of Church Services for June, 7 14 21 28 NUMUEKAH mP mD mD ME S.S. 2.30 p.m eE :eE eE eD STE'THM'T'N ME mE mE aE S.S. 10 a.m. WUNGHNU aF aE a— eE S.S. 2 p.m, KATUNGA aE aF aR aF S.S. 2 p.m. On above plan m sbands for morning, a for afternoon, e for evening, M for Morning Holy Communion, a.s. for Sunday-school, E for Eector, F for Mr Falconer, D for Mr Davis. Marriages—By appointment (escept in Lent). To avoid possible inconvonieuoe, the Eector desires early notification. Eector visits State School—Tuesdays, Numurkah (weekly), 9 15; Wednesday, Invergor-ion and Mywee, 9.15 ; Thursday, Wunghru, 9.15 ; Strathmerton, 3.30 p.m* )sll fortnightly).
Land and Property Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
Land and Property Sales Kilpatrick and Co. Pty. Ltd. report &nbsp; several very important land, hotel and property sales since the first of May:-- 370 acress acc. Mr. James Adkin in the &nbsp; &nbsp; Parish of Baulkamaugh to Mr. Wm. Cald- &nbsp; well. 76 acres account Mr. E. Brensing &nbsp; of Waaia to Mr. Percy Tweddle. 581 &nbsp; acres in Riverina, part of Momalong Es- &nbsp; tate, on acc. Baxter Bros, to Mr. James &nbsp; Adkin. 530 seres in Riverina, part of &nbsp; the Momalong Estate, acc. Baxter Bros. to Mr. Geo. Rintoule. Ulupna Hotel (de- licensed), and 3 acres of land account Mrs. Jerry Riley to Mr. John Christie, jun. &nbsp; 1111 acres acc. Momalong Estate and &nbsp; known as Ball's Block to Baxter Bros. &nbsp; Township allotment acc. Mr. Fred Green &nbsp; to Mr. John Clarke. Lease and good will of the Strathmerton Hotel on acc. Mr. E. &nbsp; Donnelly to Mr. J. Sk...
Smoke Night and Presentation to Mr G. J. Tuckett. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 19 June 1914
Smoke Night and Presentation to Mr. G. J. Tuckett. On the retirement of Mr. G. J. Tuckett from the secretaryship of the Nathalia Agricultural Society, it was felt by the members of that body that some fitting recognition of his services should be made. He had taken the position when the affairs of the so- ciety were at a low ebb, and by perse- verance, tact, and ability had in seven years wiped off an overdraft of over £1100 and presented a balance sheet with a credit. The outcome of this feeling was the presence of over 100 townsfolk and members of the society in the Public Hall on Thursday even- ing last, when a social was tendered Mr. Tuckett. The President of the shire (Cr. W. A. Campbell) was in the chair, the President of the Agricultural Society &nbsp; (Mr. W. Leaf), being on his left, and the guest of the evening on his right hand. Having invited all to make themselves at home and do justice to the catering of Mr. O. Gray, of the Bridge Hotel he said a great honor ha...
PICOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 26 June 1914
PICOLA. There bane been several ohanges amongst the business people of the town announced during the last few days. Recently Mr Strang sold his butchery establishment to Mr P. Banko, who after a few years of farming has now returned to the trade. We now learn that Mr Strang has bought the bakery business conducted by Mr K. Campbell, and in this connection other develop ments are hinted at. Are we to have another storekeeper in the town ? Another item of news '' came oat" last Saturday, when it was learnt that Mr Jack Skebill had taken over the Strath merton Hotel, and ia proceeding there in the course of a few weeks. He has let his farm to a neighbour, and has set out to see if " palling beer" is a more profitable occupation than growing wheat. Messrs Mnntz Bros, have started to baild new sale yards opposite the present yards, and in due course will hold regu lar sales. A concert and dance arranged by the Moira Football Olnb was held in the Federal Hall last Tnesday evening, and pro...
DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. YALCA. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 26 June 1914
district intelligence. [From Oar Own Correspondents.] YALCA. The recent fall of rain will help con siderably, bnt the crops and grass are still in need of more. The fall for the past 8 months from the 1st of October to the end of May was only 644 points. Grass is very scarce, and only that far mers had more feed in hand than in past years there wonld be a famine. The crops are coming along slowly, bnt with a fair rainfall would be right. It will be a poor season for grass in any event, as there will not be much growth nntil the warm weather sets in.
CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 26 June 1914
CHURCH SERVICE^ Methodist Church, NatfcsSu 8ervices will be held on SnndsT=* ■ —Nathalia 11, Yalca 3, Bfl' Taylor; Picola North It, &' • Nathalia 7, Rev. W. Clemens; •: 7. Mr Martin ; Narioka 3, Mr r Yalca South 11, Bearii 2,30, Presbyterian Church, NstbalisCr Services will be held on Sandier follows.— Nathalia 11 and , : 3. Nathalia 11, children's I. Glyn Jones. Reformed Church of Engl3nij~\ - will be conducted as follows.' Settlement 11, Waaia W, \s:' " , Waaia Tuesday, Wakitj Cre^''. *. Rev, G.Gladstone. , Church of England—-Servic^ ueld on Sunday next ss 1 ^ Yalca (H,C.) If, Narioka (Hy/I. , I thalia 7, Rector ; Nathalie - t * Golding. sljfe I PSKSBTTKRIAK Ck U R OE." be conducted next Sunday 83 jjt Numurkahll and 7, Druma^.. J. A, Lee, Cobram Charge'' * - Yarroweyah 3, Cobram 7i f" £» Methodist Chuech. —Ser^sd' Sunday are as follow:—hu® \ Kaarimba 7.30, Mr W. kah 7, Kaarimba 3, Waaia "i „ Wnngbnn 11, Congnpna west ■ 7.30. Rev Yeo ; Cobram 7, Koonoomoo 2.80, Bev i | JxOQ...
Rural Workers' Log. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 26 June 1914
Rural Workers' Lo? Acting upon the recommit? of a recent; industrial c niS: composed of selected represents:^ from such branches of the tion as embrace rural works?. Australian Workers' Union U adopted a remodelled and rerei'U " for all classes of agricultastjU; viticult-aral labor. The chief of the new lot; are the fixinsv* uniform working week of 45 y. aud the raising of wages tn-r the frait growing induscy f wages proposed in the a?r' ■} section are 10s per day, or i-r. per week, for reaper, thresher, binder, stripper and harvester/^, 15s per day for stack bui'd r thatchers, and £2 per , ploughmen and drill drivers l farm hands are to receiv. c $ wek and "found," or b ^ out" keep. The rates fo" - drivers and feeders in chad work are fixed at 12s fid per0' £3 per week and "'found sewers, 10s per day, or£-' „ weekj and other employes S-f ( or £2 5s per week and "foon^ An importaut feature in ^ to the adoption of the k.y ; statement of the Workers that it shall couie into oper> 1...
Rechabites. [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 26 June 1914
Reehabites. The monthly meeting of the h|7 Karnaugh Sooth Tent was Tuesday, 9th inet., wbeu ther;^ '^elected officers were installed jb ; P C.B Bro W. Fooler as C R., Bro Clem Wearae; DC,' Bro W. Betts; P.C.R Bra li Betts, jon ; Secy, Bro A. Ya:n>p Treas , Bro Charles Caldwell; lli-i; W.S., Bros Ciande Wearneanfl Tweddle; Levite, Bro H, Lasts:*? Guard, Sis 51. Yarwood; AsstiC Bro Geo. Fowler: Auditors, Brotbl Jkloss and T. Thornton: Tent Bs V sen'ative, Bro T. Be::?, inn. b ; decided to hold the anniversar? b Sunday, Jane 2S:b, D. Sec. :'r Vale to preach at 3 and 7,k subject for afternoon btiag "Co:J-y opportunities for 1917." Bra b. Fowler reported a credit ot £1; ;7 be placed in Savings Bits competitions. Bro W. Fowler '*-■ ebcted as delegate to attend th:"^ License" campaign as ShecgarrbJ Four members were initiated a-b and benefit members daring £ month, and one nomination as:^ fit member received, I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Numurkah Leader — 26 June 1914
For Bronchial Coughs, take Wo ids' Great Peppermint Gate, la 0d. NO ONE KNOWS THE WEIGHT OP ANOTHER'S BURDEN, MANY A ONE BROUGHT TO LIGHT. Yon know if you have a burden to bear. You know where you are taxed to bear it. You know how much trouble it gives you. Bnt do you know how to shake it off ? The back bears more burdens than all the hnman organism. But it objeots to it, sometimes emphatically. . It aches, it pains, is weak and lame. It's your fault if you don't come to the rescue. Perhaps you don't know how. We could tell you, but you might doubt us. We will let this woman do it, then 'tis easier proven, Mrs J. Adams, Brennan-street Nu murkah. says For a considerable time I suffered from a weak and aching back, caused by my kidneys being out of order. The pain was at times very severe, and prevented me from stooping or moving about freely. It was as much as 1 could do to attend my house hold duties, and often, when my work was finished I used to feel as if my back would break, th...