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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 23 June 1914
A COUGH:MIXTURE RECIPE WORTh HAVING. BI ' G MONEY-SAVER. By a Qualified Chemist. If fourteenpence were -lying on the fdotpath what, would you do--leave it there or' put it -in your packet? Every time you pay eighteenpence for a bottle of family cough, remedyl you really pay fourteenpence, more than you now need to. That's a fact thousands of thrifty people are proving every day. You can-prove it straight away by trying this Hean's Essence recipe. Into-a jug pour four tablespoonfuls of sugar, two of vinegar, and' a large breakfastcupful of water. 'Stir till dissolved, pour into a big bottle; add one .bottle of Hean's Essence; and. shake all' together.. " This gives. you ajpint of'theifinest family'couigh remedy you can possibly buy.. It means about, eight eighteen; penny bottles for little more than the p rice, of one. Iri "othier-- viords, an eighteenpenny bottle costs you less. than fourpence-a tremendous and ':.worth-while money-saving," y'6u' will ,dmit. -. . The mixture thus mad...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 23 June 1914
HALF-YEARLY CLEARING WINTER SALEAT HAIF-YEARLY CLEARING WINTR SALE J. H. OOLVIN & 00S, J. H. QOLVIN 00.'S, . . -tOn Thursday next, 25th inst SEE ?? LARS. On Thursday next, 25th nst. ti6- full truth as to Australi -ipportunities, and .the r::si'h of::f inve&stient a ind immigration wilil lbegin1.i'9News itemi Fo Bronichial Coughis, take Wiods' Great Peppermiit Cure;.ls 6d. THE UP TO DATE MAN SE;' W 'ROBINSON.::~-' The Bargain Centre of Leoiinatha I.U' ILadies .Gentlem?lefi!??& Childrefii's '- Boots an Shoes:.~;`:~i·· An t ~Pnices Low~er tittan Els~e~ where* W: Andat -Prices..:Lowerthan:: E.ai ,lse=.' Weuinderstand our Businiess, ashd knioi'w?wheni we are :-giving Sg0od Valiie, :Come anrid inspect theStock which is New and Up odate, all the Latest Designs, randbhught? from the Leasding :i: l'Maniufacturers. We guarantee you '" every satisfaction at the Noted Bargain Centre.--E.W. RohisoN :Bairstreet, Leongatha. URSUAN to the Triusts Ac 180 (Notice ishereby.give...
Proposed Jersey Breeders' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 23 June 1914
Pr oposed JerseyBreeders' .'.:.Associationri.. A.;:t the :meeti-ngconvenedh-y: Mr :F." Hoillls in the Leoingathal nisti`ute on Thursday" last for the purptose: of :forming a Jersey breeders a:'association in South Gippsland, the-: followinig. Irules were read, ifor the guidance of those. present? On ..July. 2nd another. meeting -will :be held, when :the rules wiil be aimended where- necessary and adopted aid office-ibearers elect`ed for the South Gippsland Jersey Cattle Breeders Association, whfichi it.was d ecided to form. Mr F. Hulls has beenin. com mu ication with the :mianager of the lonod Fa~rfi, -Lowell, Mass., America, which is the lthomne Lof the great -:Sophie's :To?rmentor Family of Jerseys, the greatest. prodicing -:family of. the- breed: They. ar:e registered): in the American:i Jersey .Cattle .' Club. The irice. qioted forcalves firom the be'st strains isiS' £60. ;The dea scenidants of S6oihie's. Tormentor are heavy and rich mirilkers; the chamnipon dcow 'last year :giv...
EXHIBITING CATTLE AT ROYAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 23 June 1914
EXHIBITING CATTLE AT .- ROYALI SHOW - After termination of the meetin the Chairman introduced Mif F. A. Waters, of Hawthord _an expert in the preparing of cattlQ for exhibi tion, , andifor a few years herd man on Mr Chirnside's estate. . Mr Waters :said that it- would be a good idea if the Jersey breeders in the district" were to arrange for a show h--erd, and.: have them' ex hibited :at :-- Melbourne:: Geelong. Bendigo and other: shows. . ..:The cattle:should iot be sold, bit if any enquiries are ;made to refer - the matter to the associition :.It wouild: lije a good 0 advertiseilent for. the' district and ie of great inteire~t to Jersey- breeders. -Ini Gippsland there were some of the best strain of Jerseys td.be found in Australia and he w.as very- favorably in:- m pressedl with vhat :.he: had seeno He was .prepared to 0tak a 'showv. herd .if ::breeders wer d-soiiclinied: A good idea w iild b"e :to have an annual sale in connection`ivith, the associatibn; :whien:. the. qiality of...
SPORT AND PASTIME. FOOTBALL. LEONGATHA v. POOWONG. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 23 June 1914
S PORT-AND PABSTIE.:i FOOTBALL. 'SEONGATI.A .vPOOWONG. .he above tpeamins et n -the Leotngatha gr6ound onh Saturday in the presence of fair crowd of apedtators., ,The play was .of, a fairly hev6o.nja.acaate'r thrdoughout; but ihe visitors ~nade - better use oft their_ opportunities to score thha the locals.- and .won' by, a good margin at the .finish; The honie team n.had a bit-the best of it inRthe-first quarter,; but c-Ould ddono better .than score:four be hindi,.anid Poowong put onha goal. SIn i the second ;term: Pdoowong: more .than ;held their- .own, arid scored-;thrse goals!(one of r;which' was very doubtful) .and fo.ur be; hindsi to Leongatha's two goals" 11.behinds;. The tliird stage was evenly'coritested, but .Leongatha, kicked very. badly, and only put on one. goal and .five behinds.; whilst their opponents were more .fortunate, and found the opening three times out of four shots. .In thd.last- quarter the visitors; did all the scoring, afnd; added a goal and ithree behind...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 June 1914
7iGENE.RAL CARRIER, Leongatha. jI~EsIRES to announce that" he-is -iL esttartng. for himself, as a Geheral Carrier and hopes -by prompt attention to ,business to -secure a fair share of publia patronace. RAILWAY sTATiON ATTENDED. Goode Receivedand Deapaitched 'uruiture Bemoved. frewood Suppiie l Please .. A ... WHOLESOMNE DRINK- BRACING AND ·ER S :~H:~~ '·( Pleases i,' Mr,. JONES' EVIDENCE. "Will you please send me two' bottles of your Essence. The mixture' I made, from: tie last bottle cured my husband's cough,. and I gave some to my neighbour, and it has donie his cold good tot"; so 'I want one bottle for myself and one'.for my neighbour. Mrs. yJ. A. 'ones; Kurri hourri, Thousands of 'others frave had the same experience as Mrs. Jones in con nection with 'lean's Essence. Makizig cough mixture at home with Hean's Essence is .so vwonderfull' economical and the mixture yodu make is so good, that users promptly. recom 'mend HlIean's Essence' to- others. Every bottle you use saves at. l...
SCRIPTURE STUDIES. THE GREAT COVENANT [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 June 1914
SCRIPTURE STUDIES. By Pastor RUSSEL. Tt I, have sw orn, saith Jehoval1 , -That I will greatly ble sthee,-anA 1 Ill exeedingly gaul ~tihlypb eed as the aars of heav~en and as the sand ewhich is i~on the seashore.., Anld in becom ~ ing~hseed-~ all athe nations of the ~-Six tihoisfaind'ears tro in Edeni, our Afalker, in justly sen 'itczieing HEis disobedi lJeut dbildren to death, inltimated that' ulti jumately Lthe Seed C of the woman would lhruise, the Serpent's hiead.. This hidden Apromise was thse first ~stimationl of the ]Divsne mercy' which our gracious Creator Iuirposed in Himself ?rom 'before 'the foun V!ASTOK~RUSSELL dation of- the world. Long' c55 tunies after, Gdd spoke to Abra hamn after.- first testing his faith sod. loyalty. fI o -halim God mentioned the wame great Deliverer who would bruise the Serpent's head, and gave asourance tliat this one would, in 'some way, be identified wvith Abraham's posterity, so .tha) be might properly be called the Seed of Abraham. iGod's pro...
STONY CREEK DEFEAT MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 June 1914
*Th`ieoliri ale, Stony Creelkanid Mesi iniain tried concilsions onthe: former's ground on Saturii day last before a large gathering of spectators: The ercitement generally runs high when repre sentatives of these two townships meet, and Saturday's match was no exception. .The locals were without the services of their cap tain (A. Stansfield) and:R. 13eli whilst Halloran and Secomb werei notable absentees froimi the rank of the visitors. A close game was expected, bitt e resutlt wias the reverse, as the S tony Creekites rani all over thir op ponents, mich to the satisfactionu of their supporters, but to the disappointment- of i-those speck tators who came to witness-a good gamie. The- resiults-~fz each quailtereawrere: .2 --a9; E ;irs G nilko Creelk2 gdals :4behini~tl: f fbe) bind l; sec hronkd#8toik b balh 6 behlinds to 1 goal third Stony reek behiilids to nil, fourth :Stony Cre~!lek 2 goa~; ls 3 hehmds t 1 -behind;' Togtas-~Stony;i Creek~ 8 goals 16 be(hinids (64pit) Mieeniyanil1 g...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 June 1914
Footbail endthuiasts will have an iopjportunity ofseeinig the Outtfrim team tinay to morrow on the localground, when theyhwill? mieetd Leongatha for the? second timne this seiasoi n Whenfthese teams met earlykin theiseason Ouittim da bi'illiaiit igama, and won vw aithalo to spare It rwou ld be ,a LverFy sa~n guine ,sup porter indeed-who~ cosdered that th locals 1 o iu-gturin the tables on their formiaIble opponents to nirobut·, ~wd~n-h~adry giounda; eiey8are hopeful of putting up a gave previousy theis a reat in steifor thsli pecitators, aid np doubt-there-wiill ha a larige crowd toi witnlessi the play The team to represent Leongatha Zwill be Gray Drowley (2), Br Cdoiran, McGee Tuck, Griggs; Mulinns, Elliott, 0'Carroll, Shall &i$Bi~bn,- Williamitson, cotter right, Robinson, Wildi: ther ugnnersen ;-m pire Duunig will havec~~ ~h ame
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 June 1914
0 An approclh andpifitting compe tition took place on the Leongathl links on:Wednesdaly afternoon ad resulted &lt;as follow :. -- Gregory 9 Edney and Lardner 10, lobb and Friaser 11, 2 Shaw 1i Mesley 14, 3ewish, Atchison aind: Spenicer 15, Howden 16, Begg and Purbricki 17; acksonlo 18, Sutherland 20>:'-'. mThefix~tre forng iiext Wednesday isJ~en'ssing~he .-,- -
THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 June 1914
THE. GUJN. IThej~~rsi~e was fai at ~nda n ai' g the LeorogathaiGu n Club's ground. on Saturday last. The. weathjer, was fine, anrd three sweepstakes were shot off. No.1 sweelpstake was won byiJConwiay off lgyds; J. Maddernr won the second off l0yds, and Mr War-riner wvas successful. in the third off the l0yds mailk. 1VMr Sol; Maddern has donated a tropyli to be shol for at a later datei dake.
St. John's Ambulance Association. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 June 1914
~S~ on' Alulno Asocaton A lecture was ~ deivee ain h Leonath Haii on' Friday.~ las fiatendance of enthusiasts in] the·-j movement D Howden pr sided,: f:manrid beforee inrdcng the main)e- f~ eatres y~of first a~id to thel a ianfure, an e xpresse a hope thair8tn an amuace borigade wouldl hef, ormedt:-ur·o kas n'called bupon: toiheusid a: sO:up was next invited to stop the urtig ' of ian-fariteryid?the idcai oifa ;paltiet'l :'eg~I~dtbie di?loct ullysexplainied-abe-imiethod. Mr ng O ilso tbrolien: gave' an' exe ibitiodn df -ythe. lbandagi:rg -'of a.i brolkencollarhone. The uses to ocal branc The , bandaging, of abrokein forearm was ahown by Miss Salmlon and'a bleeding hand by Miss Symimons Tew-bahda ing of a broken rib was given an exhibitioi of ;by Miss Alliso; and te stoppingL o- th'e'o mlowing& from a ofwound in:tth headby Misis D. Shaw ^Tbe work o eaobl first::ai d si tuldei was Ifullyexplained by Dr How Mri Gree nwbood upoi being called on for his lentuire thanked the local...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 June 1914
For'Bronchial Coughs, take Woodse Greit Peppermint Cure,1s 6d HAF-YEARLY CLEARING WINTER SALE AT .ALF-YEARLY CLEARING WINTER SALE ATi On Thursdayn. co ev2N t cO.'S, U. H. COLVIN a COOS, ;On Thursdany next, 25th ist. SEE CIRCULARS. On Thursday next, 25th inst. --;::::-- iii.- ,... . . . . . - THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEET ING of Subscribers to the Tarwin Mechanic' Hall and Library wvill be held in the Hall on WEDNESDAY, July 8th, at'8p~mi·, r To Elect Office-bearers fr yar 1914 15. To read the Statement of Receipts and Expenditure. Any other business. G. M. BLACK, -· TPRjI~CE O~dFi lB READ.;4: Leongatha oDistrict, desire to intimiate thait onl anid faftei et July the price of biread vill bieing cresaed to '7d per-4kl loaf. R B ERLANDbON. JARRATT&J;OHbNSON E F. MOcNAMARA 4 J. J SMITHM Ili S l 8vili assit i a dutis, 4 hours daily return for home In Lengathia. DEITA, ?Leon satisfies Comonwealth .. ..jiBank of Rtustralfa HEAD OFFICE . SYDNEY Th ank is open for all clannen of GENERAL BA...
Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 June 1914
Progress Asso ciatn. ,A~ftei losing of.... busingess of the. public meeting was held under the aiuspices of the Asisociation. Mr G Hewet occiujiled the chair, and MrW.W Bigh· was appointed hfon. secretary. Mr Mesley reported upon the purchase of an ambulance to be used by the ibranclih of St. John's Ambulaince Associations which hiasnow been formed - LOCAL RELTEF FUND. The Rev. James Jackson re ported uponi the funds of. the Local Relief- Fund, and stated that when the fees for the patient in the hospital had been paid onily 18.would be left in hand. 2 TREE PLANTING. EMrJi ackson said that a dozen iplanettrees hadi each been don ated by MFrMolloy and Mr War rer.ine It was intended to plant trees io the Leongatha streets -whiee vacancies had occurred and renew the trees in Peart street. It was intended to have a working bee with that object and see that the guards were in proper repair. . - The Chairmani stated that a guinea lhad beeh voted by the KA.N.A tow ards the i~lanting of ti'...
SOUTH GIPPSLAND RACING ASSOCIATION FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 June 1914
ASOCIATION FIXTURES' ot:~te~a for thth e com~i.Sjepng:- seso ; e naMonda, Deceib er 28th Stoyi Creek, Wedniesday, Jauary 2othe SKorumbrra, Wednesday,- Januar -27tlh "'"Foster, Wednesday, February IOth Leobn gatha, Friday, February 1 th. Koruniburra, Wednesday, March 24th Association, Friday, March 26th.:
SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 June 1914
- SMOKE DIlFT P.~'_1'; 9'···;rofessr Tuckei an~- advo - ate ~f hneicselin Si WillhiamIrinie isinow h h i aititle oefilourres ed M d H R -Mr:~:~~i~,~ u~· Ha innah i-s ~th~eafforestata~ioion entiaet in tStae House -d-----Aoter erieficsorm in Fance Many eopeke bylighitning MoreBtrouble at the State iminmi Work Partially stoppd onr Tues D:oubleaviation disaster at St Pethersbug - Pilot and passenger kiilled Am The bacikletoantarctidcl exp 'dinioniis to bring wiithitLO 5 dois fromia~inada ' S Thie printing of thelBibleidid more tbaa:anything else t stan d ardise spelling.J "The power libeind the thron in the dredging evil has been P W Tewksbury. : 050,000 Algerians and Moroccans are to be givenempiloyment in the noirthi of France.' Pre nts opplosedtoli vaccination find the Maternity Bonus useful in mneetin the £2 fine. 9-' At the Yarraville rope wiks ork Tuesday a girl of 15 had her arry torn-offat thiteshoulder. Bush nurses are to m-edically insjpec' State school children, and givelerso...
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 June 1914
Several Granrd National can didates will sport silki to-morrow at Williamstown, several of whom are greatly fanicied for the big events hekt montth. The pro gramme will include four jumnping events, and included in the Maiden. Steeplecbase is, Manxc Lad, who.is ownrid by. a ;South Gippsland splortsmian. If he goes to the post it will be his initial race in public He is regarded as a splendid jumper, and has a fair amount of pace .and as the op position will bie nothing out of the ordinary, the 90ol of Westerley may gain a winning bracket' for his popular owner. Th'e following selectionis may be near the mark for the different .eents WINTER HANDICAP. Maltguard . 1 Noble Bonnie ..) 2 Highbrow ... ... 3 MAIDEN HURDLE RACE. flalmara.. f . 1 ' SContestor Boy .. -2 Tardy ..- ..3 SMAIDEN STEEPLECHASE. Manx Lad . 1 Terga . .. ..2 Powong .. .. 3 HURDLE RACE. Beccassine ... .. 1 y Lord Grey .. ..2 SCommon King 3. STEEPLECHASE. Anacrion .. .. Southerly .- . 2 Fosterton 3 POINT COOK HANDICAP.' ...
SPORT AND PASTIME. BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 June 1914
SPORT AN ASTIME. (BILLIARDS: A pleasant evening was speni theSton rieek Farmers 0ub on ivMndn'yvemibg'1ast," when sixlf iliard Ia is:mro'm Toora met a simnfiri'nunbe~r' of members of the 'Club. Iin 2 the previous atch at Tooara several weeks iback the home teamwon :ocom forta;blyibt onthis occasion the tables were turned, the Stony r teams winig easily, each efgbeat'~i~~;i liisEpolent;t -Th'e 'visitos wer entertained "1at supper-after the match in -thi dining room, of thIe Clulb, whenl ar Wm Helmis presided, anid in da few dwell-choslen remilarks7 pro posed the? heialthoif thelvisiting , teamwhni ch was responded to bi Mr Soderlund A movement: is niow 'on -foot to form an Associa tion, incoludinlg the townsihipa of Toora Foster, Stonyi Creek and coleongathai The scores iniMon day' scontest were: . S Creek :w Toora 1 F Moorei 1450 WBouichier 43 Geo. Fry ... 150 ASoderflun d 89 J Outhwaite 150 A Stubbs- 1201 Gr Merkinsr 150 G.8Siimmoinds 73 F. Head ..150 B 3Yeomans 82 W. Touirierp 150...