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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 June 1914

On', Deathil" t-;^ SJ6Eoms.O r the"- 6th----June,at the • ,Woorayl Private Hospital,-Leonitatha, .Tris lelba, dearly-loved:. youngest -diaughteri of Mr: an?- Mrs" Wilfred SJbonson;,Ruby, aged four weeks. : ".Our little bud ini Heaven. d : TheGreat uther Sta ^l TiuESDAY^TH JUNE

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LEFT-HANDED CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 June 1914

S LEFT-HANDED CHILDREN.: e Lecturing before the Child Study Sooiety lii London,' Mr. P. B. Bal lard, London Cdunty Council. Inspeo tor of Schools, said that ;left-handed -: bowleit sent down: the :ugliest -ihalls, left-handed boxers deal the most. un expected blows--blows that hur.t .ter-. ribly.. To'be left-handed,.it~seemed,, was to be not merely awkward, - bUt .also wicked. But any attempt to.in terfere with a child's 'natural:? ?hsbt. ,: .wae.liable to make him stammer;. S Oi? t of one group of' 545 left-handed children 1 per cent.' of pure left-hand : ers stammered, against 4.3 per cent; of 399 being taught to use the right S hand.' In'anothen group of 207- the S figures were 4.2 pi .oent. and 21.8 .: per cent?. respeciv.ely. Six out of : -":.every ten lefft-handed cliildren .who ..-:had abeen taught to use the right. and were practically cured -of -stammering -aft?tr bing allowed to use the left hand '_.'.?exclusively for eighteen months..Theie were twice as mlny left-handed b...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 June 1914

S: HOUSEHOLD HiN.T8 - " .. . * - . I S ..To. leanse the collars of gikrniente ,dissolve one part salt iii four~of al coohol, apply .with a sponge, rubive~ll. STo clean straw mats or. matting, sprinkle a little meal over the?lmat, with a flannel oloth and warm: wnter wash the mat clean, and wipe to. dry.. Do not use much water, nor wash the mats often, as it softens the straw. SAn excellent: treatment for boots and shoes that have been rain-soaked is to rub vaseline well into .the leatiher ,when nearly dry:. 'This will do won ders towards removing the bad effects of the wetting, and prevent the shoes from cracking or becoming hard and uncomfortable to the feet. . S A Very Good Floor Polish.:-Half a pint of turpentinie, 2 oz. of beeswax and i oz. of soft soap. Shred the beeswax into the turpentine and stand overnight. Then pour in half-pint of hoiling water and stir till nearly cold; This will keep woell if .kept in a oloS;ed tin-. To Keep. Mirrors Clean.---Wash the mirror-over with a...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KORUMBURRA ASSOCIATION FIXTURES. Second Round. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 June 1914

KORUMBURRA ASSOCIA TION.i FIXTURES. S n Secorid Round. . June 13-Nyora . vLeongstha, Poowong v. Outtriml; Loch v. Kornimburra. June2a0--Koruniburra v.Nyora, S·. Lebongatht:vy. P0oowong, Oittrini v. Loch., -:June -27-Poowodg~i v. Korumin burra, Loch-v. NyoraLeongatha .Ou ttrim.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 June 1914

S- MARKET. TRAIN. -;:·.:I :FOST-ER TO;:tEONGATHAJ Next Dte, Thurs. une ?11 :;:Foster (dep.) 9' "· SHoddle Range :..: . 9.19 Fish Creek.: ? ...- 9.26 Boys 9.34.. Bufbfalo - ?: . . 9.90 : Stony Creek ... 949 -Meeniyani - .:: 9.54: Tarivin *10 Koonwarra -.. .,::10.8 - Leongatha (arr.) . 1030 I::

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRANS-PACIFIC MEAT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 June 1914

[RANS PACIFIC MEAT TRADE. - :The Sydney "Daily Telegraph" -hjem ?thie following particulars of thie zroub'ie far :Australian shippers of produce tod Amierican ports: -"When, some two or three mcr~.eb : ago, the U.S.A. tariff underwent sucal alterations:as permitted of imporiatian of frozen meat, butter; etc., from Aus trailia, exporters. ,and producers. h re viewed with pleasure the prosieots of another buying market opening up, and immediate steps were taken to ge.minto S coinmunication with firms interested'in New York and San.Francisco . '1 hit preliminary work over; shippers' applied S for space in the refrigerators of the steamers now trading to San Francscoi and received a rude shock. The first question of the shipping companies was: "Who are your con signees in America " Refusal to answer.that-qin the circumstances seemingly impertinent question meant a 'polite intimation that no space was available, while, if the information was given the oompanies, i it s alleged, com munic...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 June 1914

S.Mnrs. JONES' EVIDENCE. "Will you please send me two. :bottles:of- your Essence. The mixture I made from the last bottle cured my husband's cough, and l gave .some to my neighboui, and it has done his cold good toe; so I want one bottle for -myself and .one for my neighbour. Mrs. j.~A. Jones, Kurri: Kurri, N.S:W." . Thousands of others have had the same experience as Mrs. Jones'in con nection with Hean's Essence. Making cough mixture at home with Hean's Essence is so wonderfullv econoriical and the mixture you make is so good, that users promptly recom nimend. Hean's Essence -to others. i :" Every. bttlefyou use saves at leaist s: .. ol/- for your pocket.: ?-: . ; ' ::.;:This?! home-made Hean ai Essence. C-ough Remedy gives-instant and'-coni i"- forting relief from all the Usi-al family c-- oughs and. colds. As a .gargle for. sore throats it stands a champion. 11i is pleasant to take, is entirely free from harniful. drugs, and is alvays valuable in cases of Asthma, Bron chitis, Cro...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORT AND PASTIME. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 June 1914

SPORT ·AND PASTIME. i:: :: FOOTBALL. The match .between the Lang Lang and Korumburra Associa tions, which was played on the Korumburia ground on Saturday, attracted a good crowd of spec tators; Theplay on 'the whole was-- of an interesting: character, hut the Koruniburra- Association proved too strong for their oppon .ents, andd won by I1 points, the finlal scores -being:--Korumburra 5;15; Lang Lang 4.10.:i -·- . - M eeniyan i~rhietcTrm Vlleyidle on th:e groiid odf the -forniie on Satur day As was gerierallyii:ticipated, Tarpin Valley proved -superior in every depirtment' of the game, althdoiugh at times the local men seemed to hold them in check. They finished comfortable winners. The. decisions- of Umpire Munro were disagreed with by a number of players on both sides. The re sihlts were-Tarwih 4.8,-and Meeni yan2 -x STHE TURF. As ..was anticipated in . this column: on Friday, the principal event at Flemington :n Saturday was won- by Golden Wire, who started at :.7 to 2. Dhullul wa...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Island of Java. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 June 1914

? (BY A +USTL?R B?NABRO+AD.)+(: -rh-. e d:W 6 hiad a:a: <verypleasa ttrip in • ' the:1Mtitor5 :f-fio Austalij to -- Soiirabaya (Java)?, where we left the- ship. We called at COairns, Th'~irsday Islahd;, -and .Port Dai wnm-akig?;? hort -stay ?t each plae t Carirns we had time to vitstietthewlk6non Barron Falls,. U - whichiare wtell worth seeing. Wre liad iiearly jthree ?w?eeks in Java, and: foind tlhe i time all too-shbrt, as it is: a most ,interesting place, . andi one ::thait aniybody could easilyspend three ior four mnonths in without ibeconiing tired. -It is totailly different to ::anything we hae seen beforb, and is as unlike Australia -as- it is possible to imagine. It -is an ilsland only about- 600. miles long, and yet contains: a populatidn of thirty- - - five millions,-so you can form an opinion as-:to. holw crowded it is. r But it is so fertile a country that it not only supports all these-mil lions, but iri addition is the- prin- ' cipial source of revenue that ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARKETS. GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 June 1914

MARKETS. :.GIPPSLAN)ini -", CO O-OPER ;BrA'lIVE S: 1"SELLING :O;0 ::S REPORT. ' ButterC hoicest selling at :";='i~. :",i;:i·~-~i z/ d:.tze;g :.·8:besat6'-fo 2d;d s C~ilO??tI i2?d to isidl first grade 1,s prime lid to 1ii/d rseconds from 10dsild, seratorse, 9d to ie9dw Oees e to .:"~- .2 : _·-c:: 6d.l:"tld, £ "/:5?,;:metl~l m-:.:and ??9:: fNewi loeaf ar. sellinhaPg at 8Jd meduim sizes 8-w d to" d 8d semi matured 8d to 8%d, and matured Od. E gs Ordinary lines from is Gd, selected- up to is l0d, pre served eggs i2½d to is id. Bacon -Prime light sides 10d, meduim -weights 9½d, heavies 8d middles 10%d to lid, hams is to 1i id, side hams i0d Wheat 3si11d for F.AQ ,medium 3s 9'Ad to 3s i0d. Oats-Milhipg is 11'/d to 2s, best feed is 1O',/d to is lid, medium Is 8d to is 9d. Maize- 3s 9d for prime old, 3s 6d to 3s 8d for new, according to quality. Chaff-Prinie oaten £3 2s 6d to £3 5s, medium and an ferior lower. Potatoes Prime Carmans £4 to £4 5s, Trafalgars £5, Brownells £3. Onions £5 15s to...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
St. John's Ambulance. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 June 1914

St John s Anibulance. A meetinig to conisider the advis* ~abilit? of ?ootiniuing classes for in struction :in first aid to-the injuied ~vaqiheld in theit Mecianies :Insti - tite, Leongathia, on Friday evening last; Mlr S:Mogg, President of the. bcal subcentietoccupied thie chair There wais; fair attendance, and many? ?ny ames: of- odthers who? were .. uilable to 0be1prieseiit ~that:evening :wee hh'ded: inl It Was ydecided : : that-.acolassiishouldbhe formed," and tha tthelilocal doctor-, who havie conisen~teidto act iais instructors, be asikedito:f taki ciarge of the .classes-i:; as earlfas possible. The only avail.:-.: abl edvening being Thursdiay, the~ ? -; laidies and gentlemen will meet on::%: alternate weeks. The first class, of" all male students, will be held on· r .; the 18th inst., at 7.30 p.m. On the motion of Mr Mesley, seconded by :'; Mr Phillips, Mr A. Mogg was ap. -?: pointed secretary for the term, and:::,::i,?? that Miss Dorothy Shaw look after ::.:::i?! the ladies' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 June 1914

Pioneer Saddlery. FIELD Desires to announce ' that he has' 1urchased : the SSADDLERY BUSINESS carried on by M? . G. A. SAYERS during the pasI 14 years, and hopes for a continuan?e :'of the -liberal support accorded, to his, predecessor. The proprietor has been employed by Mr Sayers during the past 12 months,, which is a guarantee that he is a com petent tradesman in all branches. All Saddlery requisites , kept in stoolk Repairs a Specialty. ' Horsehair bought in any quantity.. Mighest price Riven. ..IF.. l OUT OF F GEAR WOLFE'S-SCHNAPPS Spells Perfection inL - - Liquor. It is a Popular Tonlo. Please "GENERAL CARRIER, Leongatha.. I ESIRES to announce that- he is L starting for himself: as a General hi trier, and hopes by prompt attention o' business -to secure a fair share :of aJ.l blic patronaee. . R4 JILWTAY STATTON ATTENDED. Goods Receivedand Despatched e sniture REmoved. Firewood Supplied abiea are Australia'a best imigrants, .1) b'ut in many'homes; baby does not' appear, greatly...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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SCRIPTURE STUDIES. THE MORNING DAWNS, THE SHADOWS FLEE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 June 1914

. . - .. '. SiRIPTURE STUDIES.: HE MORNING DAWNS, THE SHADOWS S FLEE.: BY PASTrOR RUSSELL.. Text: Isa: xxv. 1: "The deert: shall re joice, -and blossom as the rose." He iimade the rather startling declaration that' the Millenniium is ?already here, that chronology proves that we have been liviing under some of its blessings for the pfst thirty-eight years, and that our modern conveniences aind progress are attributable to the beginning of the rolling awivay of the curse, and the substitution of the Divine blessing . - The reign of Messiah for a thousand years will not only blind Sataniand hinder the further deception of mankind, but ;also bring :light,. knowledge illuminiation, to very:?cornier? of the cartl. He1 iointed. out the beginning of these blessings as already witl 'is; but tliey are only the faint dawn ings of the greater light which will flood the world, when :the great Sun of Righ teouaness; Emmanuel's. Kingdom;-shall be manifested above the horizon. Yet we must "not exp...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Quips and Quiddites of the Man in the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 June 1914

:_:,xQuips and ,Quidditesof the 'Mlani in ti eStree - . Sinday observance movements the line.*LFishing on Su nd"aysis • -". wicked : the boy' come to: Le ongatba to fish. Thel orticul tuiral Society has resolvedi?not to : ?iprune any of thie Argusbest : twl? ve ?roses o Su:day odo any other gardening= operations (digging for worms for exbait ex cepted) ; Spendingr the :Sabbath : o:? d e onisldantd suicia's "The Doughboy r eading -In nocents Abroad is even objected -to about: Kaidellai and it isrumored .that one of the Progress, ssociationsg and; Trades Unions, .;ointend proceediing:. against members who make out their accounts; oni Suni =days and thus donot go to Church` before theicollection is taken up.: Sone-goodresohlutions regirding cows -that- doi.ot n ed_. Silking on-Sunhdays cookifng Sraun day: dinners, -'the Sunday. shave, 'nd a few other drawbacks' to a day of .rest need . attending to: Somiebody suggests that a law to .prevent "Editors writing :leading airticles on Supday...

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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 June 1914

Wont haggi is agitating fpr a High School. The year's profits o? Luna Park Limited toita £10,2 45 :;_ A general strike has taken place dsMordersa -, his intentionti o blockade :the-?port of Tampico. :,Final arrangements have now been made for the dispatch of produce by post. The Japanese Minister and his attache in Mexico have mysteri ously disappeared..": At. Ilford a crowd attacked a band of. suffragettes,. and made themi run for safety.. C?inada -is striving: after an effective law for the exclusion of -Asiatic immigrants.: :. iThe:United States has received optimistic reports from the Mexi can?:peace conference. - On :.Tuesday,.i the Railway De ipartinent sold 432 unclaimed articles, realising £300. For Children's Hacking Cough atNight ,Woods'. Great Peppermint Cure, is 6d A Geirman expert claims that their submarines are constructed for :use on6hthe high seas. - Tests- of a new model' electric railway in :England, showed a speed of 309 miles per hour. Two lredging -companies ar...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 June 1914

y MARKETS. Msrs Adamoni Strettle & successful' sale on 'accouitof: Mr H Bennett ..on" :Wed'nes'day week, iat iwhich thiere?.,'as?'; g ood a?ittendi ance. Everytihing'sold iwelli `cladng=77 acres °of fland i .tei township. They also ~ sold:;ion aclouliitof iMrT? s : i A ieris' tle wholeiiofhis townshippriperty, I includiing- hies dwellingr house, blacon factory, and seven town ship allotmen ts. .iere fe was a iecord ?attieidancei -'at tlis sale Ilandthe biddi ng was very brisk, especiially forthe land b which as increased in value 't1othe eixtent of 4000 per' cenit.i few - years thiusishowingolbivWtlie little town shliipofthhoe 'South is grow ing andd improvinig. The effects also sold well:. The same firm hid a very good sale on iiMonida aist; when- they?: siyarded 200 ';ihead aindi 130 heep Fat cows made £8, springers to a£6, 2yr-old heifers: fromn £3 10s to £: 17s_ 6d i yearlings, to .:£2 "17s?, ioddies .to :28s, 2%yr-old. stee?rs .to £5, fleshy Cows-to i£4 :.10si bulls: '£...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 June 1914

JHi. k' COLVIN & Co., Leongatha. The House for Good Va` lue yin 1'°lannel. 5 `SJ. II. COLVIN &'oLeuah 4$KrDIREC T FROAIM THlE MILL,, 28 inch natural wool Flannel, wear well, Is; or s 6d doz. 30 inch natural wool r~lannel, 15s 6d doz ,or Is %4/A yd 36icnaulwolFnel8sddz or Is 8d yd. All wool pink edge Saxonly Flannel (fine) Is, or Its 6d doz. wider widths .same quality, Is 3d, Is 6d Is, 9d yd, 25 inch dine English natural wool FlannlfrLde n hide erIo ___ us 6 per do. 27 inh wide ditto 14s doz, or Is 3d yd, 28'A inch wide ditto 17s doz ,; or is 6d yd,; Cream `Doctor .Flannel, Is 6dIld Ntrl"oor Fanls6dIsid2 - -.. caetFlannel Is 6d, "Doctor"f Is 9d. atxh -~Y S c a l e F la-~~' ý- .r -. 44 - - n 4y T ,-r k X r .-,.---- r -- z-.,' 4 ' rA .g. w,.4 ~. .44 7r" r -;44-~ T' - ..ý - 9, '"ý'. Jt. A- * - ' - 4 4 - z+- '2 - 4 .4 t1----,` ,. .4 - - --: , ir "- - ?°, ,ý,4-"'-44-'-. . 4;4-t . - MONEY-SAVING- COUGH', MIXTURE;L O SPLeNDID HOME-MADE REMEDY. So/- SAVED.; ON -EVERY: PINT.-:...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 June 1914

TiHE T U~.1F - *Tha full cin'i.' seleoction 'may be near the mark for the races at Moonee Valloy to:morrow SHURDLE RAOE: . Dust Cloud . 1 .EtteKr ...rk 2 Milkabah 3.. - . GREENVALE HANDICAP. Elbro 1 Bulm Buln . Duel 3 .. - STEEPLEOHASE. Fosterton .1"; Bettewynd ;.. ... :2 Anacrion ..: .. 3. VALLEY HANDICAP.',", Captaui White. ,1 Ootacamurid: !. T ;42 Lornes. 3 JUMPERS' FLAT. -Vodski . 1: King's Ransom -.5 Diabolo . . 3 ELTER. Dumfie . . 1 Field General :-:' 7`v2 Gold Braid 3

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TARWIN LOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 June 1914

T.: ARWIN: LOWER., . TheL committee "of ttihe local centre of'the Bush Nursing As sociation called-a "meeting of suib; scribei.s for. Satuirda? last for 'the ,purpose of -p rese iti ng :a report of their doings 'for. tlieh past ;.year. Mrs:Black 'presided, and spoke of the good work dione: :by. :thie con?y mittee A financia statement showed? asatisfactory surplus for the:past 12 montri hsl: Mr:Hay MacDowellooutlineld som ie changes that had been deiifed e essary to },introduce during tFlie coming year. ::A piublidc meetiing: was afterwards. held (MrViile in the chairi)o to.::electK;ia coiiittee -tod carry oil the wdrkfor the endauing year, when thei;following were re electeda Mrs Blackli Mrs OCrole, Mrs Fergusoi;:n Mrs V Fisher; anid Messrs A i Black, Hay Macdowdb ell, ; E. Lees and dF H:ammond:.MrB enj. Williamson 'was selected iin lieu -of Miss Clement.whoi did noit stanid 'for re-electioni~:Two more meimbers aire tobe?ielected :by?:l thlWie atah~ ibscribers The gathering, nutfin ...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 June 1914

A mixed foursomes was iplayed" on ?he local lin sa : sWednesday afternoon, <andresulted ifn awin fo'rMr, iewislh and Miss Shields ;with a net score of 46 ;r The fol long are theiscores - Kewish and Miss Siields i:;i 69:?23 ::46' McDoriald and Miss Lardner: 67 :'20"'. 4. -~Edney. aind Miss Ca'npbell " 67'--18 ,49 Slia antid Micss Hassett; 67 18_49 Mathewse and Miss Leask. 7o'.23 50 Cole and Mrs Cole '... 71 20 '51 IEraser and Mrs Fraser, .., 65 .4 1'5' ShawFjr, and Miss C.Little 7018 s52 Foote and:Mrs Foote.:?-r..;~ : 7723.·2 54 Tarrant and Miss Sal?moPon:.- :7924 5"15' Lobb and:Miss Spencer ;.72 i15 5 Thefixture for nrxtl Wednesday afternoon isa ladies single

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