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TRIDA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
TRIDA A very pleasait gathering asr semibled ?in ?he :Trida school oni .the eveninig of the 29th ul t? tbid farewell to Mr and Mrs; Hught Aikman, :~who aiirie :leaving, the districti: for -Wafragul, Mr Aik r~ian:has been one:obh::fth~e oldest pionieersaizd asresidesitd·n hrei for nearly 30 Syears;, and as- a.t lioken of esteem:: ih .which :he ::and ;. his wife are held .:residents for miiles ardouid (bbIween :60 anund :70):.ais sembiled, anid presentedithem withli a silver tea and coffee service on an oak tray (isuitably insoribed), and a· case iof pipes for Mr. "Aik-: man .,The evening was i?iter spersed with: songs a':nd danticig. Ti:e chairman (Mr C. F. Woih) ini presenting the souve nir, -r'e marked upon the#1 matiy sterling Ualities possessed by 1 M."ik man~ a? d tihe ilss: the district would sustiainlby pthe departeure of :the" family. ,Othier- speakers, Mess rs MaiRiOrae, Dwyer; Hogan and McPhersori? expres6dt d the hiope t: t tMr aii d Mrs -rAiikmaih ofrnieds faor-oo m oqut ...
SOUTH GIPPSLAND RACING ASSOCIATION FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
SOlUTH GIPPSLAND. RAGING A::SSOCIATIONR FIXTURES - The followini gdates iwere al ot ted for the coming season.-:- i-Meenlyan, Monday, December 28thi. MStqny Creek, Wednesday; Jainiari 20th.. P'Korumiiurra, Wednesday, J?a'iiiary 27th. Foster, Wednesday, February 10th- Li.eiongatha, Friday, February 12th. Korumburra, Wednesdavy, March 24th. I:Association, Friday, March 26th. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
Pioneer Saddlery. W .FIELD Desires to aniounce Sthat he .hs Iurchased the. .SADDILERY BUSINESS carried on by Mn G. A. SAYERS during the past :.14 years, and hopes for a continuance : 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 stock Repairs a Specialty. Horsehair bought in any quantity. 6lghest price given. i;: re? ' ? .. IF .. OUT OF GEAR & WOLFE'S-SCHNAPPS Spells Perfeotion in Liquor. - It is a Popular Tonlo. / I---, -, Please ,? - . .--?.?' ?_, 1r. .' Thos..oii~s, GENERAL CARRIER, Leongatha I)ESIRES to announce that he isi starting for himself as a-General Carrier, and hopes by promp attentioni to business to secure a fair share of public patronage. SRAILWAY STATTONATTENDED. Goode eceiedand D ced ur d Firewood Suiiilid L-ADIES YouR Heath soud byor first co?? siiideratio i..:It -is 'trul....
MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
MEENIYAN A very pleasant evening was spent atfthe :local State School oni Friday evening, there being a very large -;gathering of :soholars-iand friends, for the purpose?o?- imakting a presentiation to MrH.H.Bennhett, wh' has bIeen in charge of the scdlhoolbli - during-tlhe pgst-rthliree years; Or A. McDorialda J.;P. occupied the chair Mr. THaynil onibehlalf of thesholairsi- arid f riernds p li presented MArBeett writ g?a?very handsome imarble clock :suiitably; inscribed, a.jnd spole in glonigg terrmis of Mr Beonne"tts.splenidid qualitiesas sasa scbhool teacher arnd "wished 'hiim anid-his family- every successin the future. Messrs Boyle and Dike supplemented the>; rem urlSh SofMrfHanily MrBennett sui?ti dably iespto?6ided At tei con cl sion of thisE cere mony tlIjecom pany prtook of refr~eskhmsnts servedi ithe sloyd roomfai d a vqery~ enjy ab~~; lelj gathter ng c.:b~me:
SPORT AND PASTIME. BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
SPORT AND PASTIME Six players fom Stony Creek recently sited Toora, for a match agaminta half-a-dozen--ini thaifot6.W ?,Th#ega ri thio-ugoh-Q: oid i ie; intefeisg;:'i il- .e n Ieven;l..i copntested.93 ith·tib-e oeretiork of %~~· 'iheikat .iriatbih, w.hich wasiiie--?::(::i? duced I to 5 Oiap u owin to the limited tiidthe games were 150-''. eiacl;,i t No great ."bireaks: were:.: minile, the beiast beinc. those of Dr..: Bhirett 4iba6ind '20, Soderlarid _25, :: anidd ;Head -20, .the i.p!ay of the :.: :visitors~-.: onsistently .good.. The : : final- result..was -Toora 4 games, Stony Ceeka2g organ aggregate score.of i:732 points to 703. At thi:e coionlusion oftf play the visi- . tors 'were invited tbo the Royal- .: Standard DHotel( w'here oDr: - E ' B.arrett, in a: few. compjlimentary words fvoleoeo mei:. expressed:- the desire of fore frequent meetings beitween such genial, nien as they hadl.:- ?et in-- the: visitors. Such visits tendediato :extehd acquaint-? ances and to icemibit friend...
SLEEP FOR THE CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
•; .SLEEP FOR :THE CHILD. A healthy child for the first two nonths or so sipendsimst of -its time . sleep. After, that a baby should have at least twio hours sleep in the forenoon, and one hour in the afternooii, and it'is . quite possible to teach almost any in fant to adopt this as a regular-habit. Even to the age of four or five years a child should have one hour of sleep, or .at least rest in bed, before its din n'ier, and itashould.be .put-to bed at six or se?ven in the eovniing; and left undis turbed for twelve or fourteen hours. Up . to- b the fifteenth year most young people require ten hours, and.till the twentieth year, nine hours;. After that age every Sone finds:out.how much: he or she re quires, thoughi as a geieral rule six or eight hours are necessary:- Eight hours' : s seep will p~rei'ent more nervous de r .iangement- in women than. any medi .icne can cure. :-During groiRwth there - must be ample sleep if the brain is.to l.develop to its :full extent; a?d the more ne...
FOOTBALL. NYORA v. LEONGATHA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
NYORA . LEONGATHA TheLeongatha team jurneyed r 'toNyora 6on Satfurday tofi'ee.the locals. .The .afternoon was all t that-- could; be desired for thie 01 pastime, and the ground was.in ci excellett .order,?,but-is-'on -the tI siall sidetlie consequence bein d thiat the -ballw a??otinually Ii out-.of boundsi Theregwalisre a Te faircrbwd preen woefi-tievinced A great interest in thed playtOn B theiast ,occasionohli which.these a two.teams meLeongatha won v eryieasily butoa , this occasoi, fi owirng to yora havinig shown S improved formi tlinteir recent g matches, it was expected thata keencnte twould reult The t. visitors were minus soime of their S leading players;: and had hard work to muster a full -team One 0 or two- oft the .isubstitutes did d really .well and gave promise of b becoming .utseful players The h play was mbstly - of a -;crowded character butiat times'there were. faishes of good play by bothi teams. *Nyorad put upl; a good d b'attle; and the' viseitors, who won e by 1...
FOOTBALLS ! FOOTBALLS ! [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
FooTBALLs I FOOTBaLLS !i-The winter is at hand, and our new stock of Foot balls are opened out. We have a large variety at 3s, 3s 6d, 4s, 5s, 6s 6d, 7s 6d, 10s 6d, 15s od, with finest quality blad ders, Phonographse Gramophones, Ac. cordeons, Concertmnas, and Mouth Organs in great variety at G. FORD'S Tobacconist and Fancy Goods Dealer, Leongatha. :
WOMEN DENTISTS AT £2000 A YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
, WOMEN DENTISTS AT £2000 A YEAR., Enlignd has ilt least onie professijn for women that is not overcrowdd, and that is dentistry. Women, so ready to enter medicine, are, strangely enough, little represented ..here, said' MissL. Mf. Brooks, Secretary and War oen of the London School of Mediciue for Women. "We have only five girl students for • he dentistry course at present.. Last year" the number was three and tho previous year two. Prior to that there was a gap of some years withiut any ,tudents at all. "Looking at the thing ffom a husi ,.ess point of view, it is a splendid *nvestment for parents of girls. -The •ourse extends over four years, and the joint fees amount in all to £180. The studies are pursued at this school and at the National Dental Hospital .uin Preat" Portland street. '!At the end of four years, when thoy "ecome registered dental.practitioners, 4heir incomes should easily equal those sf the average male dentist, .whi.h .anges from £000 to £2,000 a year. "The exist...
COMBINED MATCH AT DUMBALK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
COOIMBINED MATC ATiL :D I ballThe comb Sa;iindi match:played at Duzimblk onSaturday last in taid I ofIthe funds of the Buash ?iNring iAisoiation (lMkEeniy ani centzre) attracted a large attendance, £6 being takenaar tithe gates The ladies provfiridedrefreibimieintsandid a furtier:sum??will bel added from this source0 Dumibialki and Tar win ?i"a:!.lley w ith-47 ,::dfea~ftd t Cieiniek-and Meeniyan :34 An enj b dance wa iheld in lthehll in thie eveninig
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
IV7Cartin tCo J C, : ;Leongatha.: , : "Sheep and Cattle Salesmen,' .: Stock, Station, Land & Financial - Agents. CATTLE SALES, 1914 . . Leongatha. Korumb!ra-.; Thur Friday. Ap. ril 2 1630 24 . ay 14' 28 2 - June .- 11 25- 5 19" S-July .:. 3 17 31 I August 6 20 14 28 - :iSeptember " 3: 17 :!11 25.d October -- 1529 9 - 23"^ Novembeir- 12 '26; 6 December 10 ,24* 4 18 - :i: .*Denotes First Sale Agents for Sun .ire6 Office, Colonial S.:Mutual Life; National Trustees, iExeoý u S tars-and Agency Co..' .':. - Head'officeLeongata. Branch office S.oruimburra., . Loans Negotiated. Phone 28 Leongatha :.-. '. NEXT SALE ON THThRSDAY, 25TH JUNE. SALE OF DAIRY CATTLE Korumburra Market. Friday, 19th June, 1914 McCUARTIN & CO. and SCOTT & S. CO;- . , auctioneers- in conjunc tibon, have received instructions S.from Mn R. F. KURRLE to sell by .auction on the above date Cattle as unde r 60 superior Dairy Cows,. spring . ' i ng ,:. - . 40 3 yr old heifers, in calf 20 2 yr old Heif...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
FIRE' FIRE! CRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY TEMPORARY PREMISES IN "ASNELL'S BUILDINGS, S .Two Doors :Frolm Old Corner. :NEW Stock Stationer. iCon fectionery and School Books to hand, together with bourusual supply of Newspapers arid Maga zines. Tickets for.Eight Hours and.; ::Druids' Art Uionsi.- . -.: Commnow e athOr Carr Hrag~e:: atory and ::SHOEING . :FORGE, LEONGATHA. . H. CAMPBELL, The sort you want, is Ithe Best .. and that is my s6rt: ... Vehicles of all descriptions nmade , on the premses., art.-i. No slumming. Every? artile f .ilnished off with care and; My work, has been in the district for yearsand speaks foristisel£. Blacksmithing executed ii all its - "branches :i -. ..:::: :.the .:: - ... :.: ~:: -.:"..: Ib:'lmi~ I · EvrI I II II lg Do You i?Want Goodi. Value :For .Your.Money ?.: PRICES RIGHT. IF SQ;, CALL ON- - - T. H. COCHRAN, !Years. with Riobison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) L RTE . H. SIMON, . PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHAi OJOR the-Follo...
SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
tFirewood in Melbourne retails atis 1½d percwt. :A company of Australian cadets' is touring the Continent.- : Madame Melba opens he West Australian season in July Anh'theri- batch o6f :7.00Timmi-. grants just landedin Melbourne. In -ten years :incomes ini Eng land increased by £190,000,000 per R.and Mines Ltd. made-a;:profit of 1lx4millions during .the past 12 months - - . SIn IEngland taxk is paid annu ally on incomes which aggregate Greece demands from Turkey instanit cessation of the persecu tion of Greeks' Aviators are liable for damages or loss amongst .stock which .re sults from frighit;: -i.olatei -lighthouses oi the coasti are to be equipped with wireless installations.dhs;: - It:.is saidthat 95 ipe?cent of-the misery of- the civilised world: is diue. to absolute imuddle. -: D u ring thei past year patie'n ts in the Alfred Hospital contrib uted £3500 tbo?the fuhds. "'- . SA new electrical processof sterilitsation deBtro v jthe bacte6Ria thatcausen tmilkqtasourT 1s NewZealand...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
--A clear fire, a cleah heart, and the rigour of the game." " This," says' Charles Lambin'his famolus essay, ..was, the celebrate'd:wish of 1oladSarah 'Battle. who, next to her devotions,: loved a good game at whista.' In the same spirit Mr Cook; speaking .in the House; of Represenitatives' :oni Wedrnesday. said:-" Whiie this fight is going on: I don't want a title of:;ad vartage to- my side- I :want: a straight,:. square, .standup. fight. Any step ithat will help- to that end I :shall be only too delighted tbo take."-: The words used by the. :Prinme Minister amipl:yexpress the feeling of every h6nest citizen, be he Liberal -or Laboritei ' ItL:is .'a pity therefore that'on Wed ieesday, some inmembers .of the Opposition sawv fit. to 'say vsery wild, very sweeping things about ari alleged conspiracy tob disfranchise the nomadip c vworker :.The assertii?is as' to i'ithe doings -f .Liberal OrgaInisers uýnnamed we'e almost,t .thoughnot:qu itea;:sstartlinga:s the nabisenceofdfiteifactsto ...
MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 June 1914
::c:`.Fre: .ibi .-~, a(?;h idS,:?. t ..:?V S;? t? Thie nmoat successfuit coert eer hb eld at Meei?. iant took plae on Wedriesda? seening inWaidiof the Mec-hanics n rititute : it d Free idbi-ilry funiids It was with out dreoubt thei bet progran-lme thatibliaever been pue t beforeithe pubblic fof thia distric .1Ever~y itemiasa good and the enscdres were numerods and well dei:eived fin every case (zrreat credit ia due towthe committee, for their nterprise in getting together such an enjoyaible :ad splendid progrtimme The hiouse wast fullg arid some people travelled : con-; siderable distance, ab r ad were iell i'ewiardedt fior theil trip, th? e itemst rendered 'by lessrs-L. 'McQu& ener and T. MoCowan bringing down the bhouse. It would be useless to tr3 and pick out anl y item in particular for they were all good and exceptionally wellb received. The membersi of the chiiampion Leorngathia quiartette party met witih an excellent -reception, and Leongatl:a mfst. feel f very prioui...
District News. STONY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 June 1914
STONY CREEK tebst billiard plyrsfo Tora will play a reunmac algains sixofStony Cr .eek bs ouitside of eluurn6 wilLb aying onIthti l codis being catee fuwr, n very enjoyabl eenn shud be spent as well as-istuctie The admission is free and the gamefis willbeie150 up the first starting at 6 30ip ms On Wdnsa Junieie24th, the Stony Cre layesi jorneyto Foster to ty conclusions with a local team, and it istheir intenitionof paying: eogar~~t~ha 'ald viaittr, a lt aneaily To morro afternon a Staer school fo odtbll match lillb playedl her e between Stn reek and Grassy Spurefrel t sociation; match Mieeniyan vi Stonyc Creelk Thlel uniaors start at:~'i0~~n~~~On:e 1 45jr
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 June 1914
* GOLF . Ladies singles were played.oi the local lihksi .oine Wednesday. afternodon, and resulted in'?a win for Mis:;s Shieldsi. wititih~e n-et" score of i45.- Sc~ores :; . Grs. liH Net. Miss Shields . 65 20 45 Miss Spencer-- .. ::63. :17- -.46 Miss Larderi::.: 65 .19 4:-: 6 Miss Campbell .:.-67, 20 ;-47 Mrs Fraser ...? 69 .-22:: 47 Miss Prideaux ..:::76 -28 48' Miss C. -?ittle: -:. '70 :20 ''50 Miss Cole ;.. : . 6 26 50 jMrs Cole 73. . 7 2322 51 Miss M;Hassett . 70 :18 .- 52 Mrs Foote:i .. . 84 30 54 Miss Grant :.-.::; 82 -27'i 55 Miss Shaw .. .. 76 20 ::56 Mrs Shaw. 87 .:30 3 Mrs Hasset- 80 20 60 Miss Barr -i:: d .'. 94 :28. 6" Miss Hughes:.. 102-: 30 72 An apprloac'h aidn'pitti` ig. cor:. petition will:- takeiplace oi Wi?Y d Inesday neit. i
Melbourne. SCRIPTURE LESSONS REFERENDUM. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 June 1914
FROMrOUR CORRESPONDE]NT soRIPTUTRER. LESSONS REFEREN '·-- DUM ~ ? 1:~ ~ asbeen previouslyinted out that candidate at 4h tate 1e ectios ihtoplbe-held-iin- fotlobe would b·e comi''~pelled.:tb to make an open ldeclarationrearui' h scripture lessons eferfendum i already d op d enedthe camnaign Large suppliesof literature have. heen obtaineda fordistribtion all over the Staite;Alistof quebtios to he i toeandidates haes elen prepfared N /si An odd discovery, aBnd one: tha shioiild prov of iinterest toThfi M an on thieLand in your district has irecently been broight uindei ithenoticeiof thef Department io A:gric?ilture,- This is: that :?thl ve-ry antiseptics thalt help q?iitckly to ieal a cad t or wd und will hbelit?t raise pla?its q uicklyl aid -ealthily . Antiseptics are too expensive now t be ftused orgularly as ferih itiisrs but the distinu ished British c?inhemniists wh- oave miiade the dis ,ovaery see hopnbe rsof telactualily anp jp ingithe idea to "plant growthia before longg .Steam...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 June 1914
The hospjital authoite ehavea tinies grea t difficulty ·in- tryin -,to distinguishbetlween alcoholism and seri6ous brai:ini r:in:bry·:?: The Americanflag, declares the Presidendt .stands foirselfliosses :1sio, dignity, anddthe right tofone nationi to serve other nations. N..:i~?qew Zeailan?d e:,xportfers a--re agreeing :withAm"erican importi ers to accept increased consign. ments from i'thiem;-. · --.iseeai-lafdy mem nbeirs attne the meeting of the Un iversity :'Senate for -thefirst timi i,:i n ; the hisitory of that body. . Fdor Bronchial: Coiighs;, take:-:-: o:;0ods' Great;Pepperminitn Crea' THE UP TO-DATE BOOT MANI S.: ?E - IROBINSON:/9:? Te Bargain . enitire of L aeongtha CVFor 2 S Ladies', Gentlernei '& FOChildr~eni Boots a-?Sholes. And at Prices Loweir Hthan ~El *Jgwhere . 151And at Pries iLower hnEs We- undierstandu ourBusiness, an~d kiinow hidien Aw e are giinig I:w, go'od Valde;. Come: and inspect i;·:: the i:Stock:which is New and Up ':'.I- tobdate~;:all -the: Late...