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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 June 1914

M'Cartin & Co Leongatha. - Sheep and Cattle Salesmel,~ Stock, Station, Land &: inancial ' Agents: CATTLE SLES, 1914.~ . Leongatba." Korumb' .Thur&e Friday. June ' 11*25- -.5 19' July 9* 23 3 17 31 August 6* 20 ' 14 28 - v September 3 17 11 26 - October 1* 15 29* 9 23 November 12 26 ,6" 20 flecember *10 24*' '4 18 *Denotes First Sale. Agente for Sun d jire Office Colonial Mutual Life, National Trustees, itxeou tars and Agency Co. r Head office Leongatba Branch office Korumburra. '- Loans Negotiated Phone 28, Leongetbe. OFR NEXT SALE ON THURSDAY. 9TH JULY. Grass Seed. 1]EW SEED just landing from New Zealand.,- Orders .taken for, any quantities at wholeisale rates. '-Terms --given with-lots over £10, Price lists and sampesa tobe seen at ouir office. * j McOARTIN, & CO. F J.LittleProprietary Limited; ~~ HItAD OJFICE---KOR VBU R RA. f) or. the generoun support affolded the Firm in the past, and to intimnate to. them sad the. public generally that their. au...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 June 1914

F"IRE ! FIRE! CRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY TEMPORARY2PREMISES IN RSNELL'S BUILDINGS, NEW Stock Stationery, Con festionery and School Books to hand, together with our usual isupply of Newspapiers and MIaga zines1 Tickets for Eight Hours' and Druids'artions ; A Uo Do You Want Good Value ForYourIMoney? PRICES RIGHT. IF SO, CALL' ON T. H. COCHRAN, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS -- Coppersmiths, Etc.) LAT R. H. SIMON, PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA,' OTOR the Following Lines:-TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and all Iron 32 Work in connection with Houses and Farms. Windmills supplied and erected. 'Dairy Utensils manufactuired on the premises. Cycles new andisecond hand), Cashor Terms.. Sundries kept in stock; good assortment. Repairs of al descriptions promptly. executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and e~r Metals) done Sewing .Machine's repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. - HOT and COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERAfilG, and-' .S EWARAGE CONRECTON NS LAID ON. Estimates Given. ae...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATRON'S BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 June 1914

M AT~RO N iS~ BA ':'L"rl~ A most succesbful plain mand ancy dress ibaill,given h natrons of >Leongatha,- was~ el Ln the Mecha ics i alli onjw'ed' nesday eveningig last Nlhenltber we as large attenidance Among th66e presi were v.isiitors from Tawn' Iower; i Men::1iedyan, Trida Hisllsto KForumbiiurra; anid the outyinig districtd -of-Leongath The hall was most'prettily dacor and 6 ~peseted "avery attractive appearance A good numdber of ladies anid gentlemen w5ore fancy suppliedl by M s~i Jone an bourne a eye satf tion A featr as made ofth log room, and it can sael be said thiat it hbas neve bensu passedl at 4any pr evious 'dance held in theiballFloerlso w ere tastefully arraned fin silver vases, whilstthe q o t- e ments wouild satsfy themiost fastilidious Theldies wh wlorked so hard to make tisidhance the sucess'itudoubtedy vf as are to be congratuilated upilon their efforts, anddeserve thethanks of all tihe invitedguests I provid 'wee-om' ery prtydresses, te jue i awarding prizes h...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 June 1914

LAST week lthe Labor; majorityrin the^ Senate de ided tpresent ea inordinatelylodng. addresses ,tothe, Goverriior-General, itking hliim to; place iParliamen;ii t 'ini possessionnof tihe statementi by whichlMinisters induceid him.e to grant a .Doutil -Dissolution. -KtTop the ni:atter-of 'faot'.buibesi'e man altii is niay seeni tb6 tobA :lli ieeiva ieof time;. .We-kii.w't ithepbition :taked a.i by _Mr Oopk ;a;:d his `colleagui es"i it was remarked, ttieyassted for many months ithat therelis a deaidlodk,- -th'atE -nothinig canii be hioped frmn the present-Hdiose You'.- may ?thitnktheiri position, souhd, :you :maiythini k it unsiiod; but. th·'ere has-neve?? been'i the. slightest: i.mystery; iabouit -::the matter, -.so :why appea.il to' His Ex cellency toltell xusi iat we already know, andhliave knowni-f for months All .which- is s ounfd, so: far as.it goes, ut as a general Elei~on.is closbe at hand,- it "does -.not, go nearly fa renoughT'i. he people of the less populousi tates will-e t...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AIR SCOUTING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 June 1914

A- . IR SCOUTING. In actual war, -both in Tripoli axd In the Balkans, aviation. accidents were consciously, few, and despite the faot that winds- were generally high in Tripoli, and the season of the .. yearand the weather extremely un favorable in the -Balkans. It is, a matter of considerable phychologocial interest to note that the danger from an enemy's fire so stimulates vigilanoe that nerves are'tense with exertion and the mihd is relieved froni dwelling uponthe ordinary dangers of keeping an aeroplane on an even keel mnd meeting every gust. In' other words, scouting in actual. warfare seems to be a splandid cure for nervousness. The aviatoi must fly withthe assurance of a bird, and he does so for :feiar ol t he enemy's rifle fire. A striking in stace of this pshchological phenomenon is: the fafe:of Dr. Jules- Constanlitin, a French aviator in the Bulgarian ser. vioe. He was mortally wounided in the air during a flight above Tchatal. 3a,.but managed to land safely ?,1,y tc die ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEEP BREATHING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 June 1914

it. DEEP BREATHING. 'A mediosJaman makes an earnest plea for deep breathing as a therapeu .ic measure of the first magnitude in the treatment of malnutrition..iharao -.terised'by that complex group of sym ,-toms ascribed to neurasthenia, toxae mia, indigestion, anaemia, gout, and in, affeotions of-.the lungs"and pleura. He says that deformities due to ric Skets and spinal curvatures are o'sen susceptible of 'great improvement by combined exercise of the lungs and special gymnastics. .. In delayed con solidation, incomplete resolution, 'im perfect restoration of function ac companying or following pneumojia; partial consolidation, collapse, or car nification of the lung, associated with, or resulting from pleurisy with effu sion; bronchiectasis and adhesions *of. the pleura, deep breathing is partiou larly beneficial. Breathing exercises must be taught and watched to be effective. Th' lungs should be filled Sfrom bottom to top. - The object to be obtained is increase of the tidal and...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IS ROMANCE POSSIBLE NOW? [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 June 1914

ISROMMANC EPOSSIBLE NOW? SMiss, iE. Tennyson Jesse, the authei 'of "The Milky Way,' a. 'novel mue. R -iead- in- England just .now,'.gave: asi answer ?to an> interviewer, -the answel o6fý th0e bcst"typeb of miderin woman -denying that romance should- be con .fined merely- to love in its -:narron Ssense. "Why,? said she; 'fJurely thif country that has produced flying is: romantic as any there has been." But -the interviewer persisted in regarding : the word as firmly linked with "love.' Romance, as implying glamour, how* e-, over,. iss Jessie hates.- :'- -.;: . S"Glamour adniitio n fiults. .It i' illusion.. It idealises . a man, -and when the fact 'is realised -that -there are heaps of shorteominigs in him love ' flies, for it was given to somebody who Snever existed. * "The twentieth century is analytical ':and not roniantic in love," continued' ',Miss Tennyson-Jesse, and a-good'thing too. It saves itself so many blunderE and so much pain. I wish the prenap tial period were made l...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORT AND PASTIME. GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 June 1914

• ":~:l~' ··.r;.-' I' ?? :*-' ?.-?7 :::.+. ?:';:: ,??;.-;-...' :-.an ps .'... ::e.. = z~-:?-_.?::.v .-- ,. . ?%: 4: :,: - SPORTAND u PASTIME R' rliks' ;also? ;; ladihes foPrst]?meexso Tmorrow aftron~ e Rob OI~a handicap Mis sencer and Miks Cole 22 Miss' Hasett aindMrisFoitl ~ ~i: -.2 Miss .ri1 ailaderanaiMis Barr 324 Miss Shields? &Miss J ackson 24 Miss Cam bell and Mrs Shaw 25 Miss Shaw anid Miss Morrirs 25 Miiss C Little adMisMs Banksf 25 Mrs Hassett & Mrs Suthllerland 5 MrsW raser and Miss Pria x a 25I5 Mirs Cole and Mrsi SayersiR 25 Missi salmon and d MissLeask 25 Mrs Rowiananid Misst Hughesi26 MiissBond aid MissSimmioni~ks 26 Miss Grattaiad Miss Tarrant 28 MrsGkriy and Miss McLean 30

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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JUST ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 June 1914

JUST ONE. "Do you dye whiskers?'" "Yes," answeredl the barber., "Do they fool anybody?" "Seem to fool tbhe man that wears 'em.'' nA good husband and a good man are not necessarily the same thing. Myrtle Reed.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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PERFUMES NO LONGER CONDEMNED. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 June 1914

PERFUMES NO0 LONGER CONDEMNED. : : A Home authority states that pert fumes are noloinger considered' con :demned as effeminate. Bath crystals are.among ·the -more popular foerms of. perfunie, as they are refreshiiig" and also soften the water. SPublic taste now shows a strong:ten. deney towards the mysterious seent, so :that the old simple scents like violet, rose, and. lily of the valley are giving way to perfumes composed of perhaps as many as fifty different ingredients -perfumes, for instance, like Shem-ol. Nessim. There is "as much harmony and discord in perfumery as in music, Harmony in the toilet can only be achieved by the use of the same per fume throughout, "while, in the mak ing of composite perfumes, the smallest grain too much or theoo little of any ingredient will cause as much discord Sas when a pianist plays a wrongnote. "Doesn't it make you proud," asked 'the gushing lady from Rhodesia, '!.t :feel you are Empire-building among such terrors? To live among lions?" "If...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROAD INSPECTION AT ALLAMBEE. VISIT OF THE MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS. MEETINGS AT TRIDA, ALLAMBEE, AND HALLSTON. THE MINISTER SYMPATHETIC. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 June 1914

OAD INSPECTiiO.N AT ki::ninbriooI ar.!un.ro'vi VIS k"dITfOF T HE MN:T ER OF akl P"BLICv- " oR:s' - " MEETINGS ATTRIDAALLAM- j i~--BEE A.ND HALLSTON On.frida last .at The nvitar f0tio ? o .?ithe oorayShi hire Coun cid he 0Minister ofiPublic Works (MrHageltlhoirn) accomptianied by 'MrMie yah Me Ar paid a visit :io tlhle shii fo the purpose of inspecting roads i n the Allamnbee district. a nThe itighear kfrlnow m as S i llir's ? oirltj;":e othe cthief roaute to be inspectedFor ;up wards of 20 years settlers in this loalir ha il:e bee : depeident: upon - neighbpors." for :an loutletn to thmain rot ad d' to Leongta;. The track to the residenced ofMessrs Sagasser Bros' ismore fifted for the nimble foted 'goat to nego tiate tiin veiculas tiffic and thiswoidiidr his ?hilttlers: hahve remained in --ti~ocaity forir such.l a -number of years, unprovidede with roads iThe underitaking hasi beert t:oo costlya fior:.the :ouncil awithu a 'snpecial rant aldtrdhe Government, owin odoubbtb toi wanitof...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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High School Council. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 June 1914

Hi g S I chfn ool Councilfd The annual meieoting of the Concl fh eongat la Hf:ighl Schoo too plceinnuthe usual meeing rom atsr JMr Molloys shp-on Friday eve.ni6ng last (in the chair), W Watlson, S Wilesoritn, W Ruiisselland AMes ley (sieeretay). Apologies for nonatiiefbnidabcee were receivd from iMessrs ?G F Michael, J Eccles P. £Johnson P Nalshandd G. E. Mattbewmani Themininutesof ithe previous meeting were read and approved ont the motion ,of Messrs Ru1ssell ancLWilsor. FEromt .A E. MNeisoin stating :-that:- owinr: tbo.his inability: :t regulairly attendithe mrieetingks o -ithe ..Council, ie' had isent"in his .resignationito the .Department. Receivd . -:i:Edubcti6ionDeportmen-tappr6ov ing the ioinferring of ayear's free ..couirse uponb Eleanbor McLeani Saime, agreefing to theiintstll1 :-iiig of an electiic motor' to supply . powfer :for haffcutting, : &ceS5W Toei-nded highl Schoo; Wangaratta re - plying togqueries in referene to the sale of a Jersefy bullstating that tIh w...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MINISTER AT TRIDA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 June 1914

THE MINISTER AT TRIDA. n itailliijer r'f~ rae a rsof~the Wo 6rayl Shire were. iwviting aift the .:Wes'rTar in State~ school fdor iarrivailof thieMihisi;e?e of Public Works Mr MaIckey and councfillorsi Mri. WO McPher son presidedd anid extended. a hearty i~tatio ito Mr ael thorn and party ~~: It : ~ asiiot of'ten ttthe rtesi ents o thatl'ocality, he remarked had thei pleasre of a - vit fra; Minis:ie; aof thwe ?aiiiii5: eiigat~heabytii Crown a' ~foLitnt: ely theday was: inde an roads good ihiich woulddenabl hie Minister to see *the l -istri.tusidrl tpleasantrcon dinio a Hie wol first :cahlluon nar,~~~~~i'S:~~tpf~:lifoiiFijleotni in methe Mr? ke a t?i address thii meet SM a opniie? by e. stating the reason-for thelte arrival of the iarty at Tridahwhich was due tothiei Ministei r foi; Railwaysol altrieng the starting time of the eve-?ing train'ito Leongatha by tei i rniutes :so heaind Mr Hagelthorn missed ti d s were therefore iiot able to leave towni till the morning train His'ilobject...

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The Centre of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 June 1914

The Centre :of Australia. (BIJ.· McQ.) Oodnadatta, which is a. nice little- :town? Iat: .the -terminus of 'the railway 'about 700 miles from Adelaide, is not far fromin the centre of Australia, with a pop-ulatioi of about two :drthliree iundred whit8e peoplei, and a fair sprinklilngiof blacks round anaboi?it; : a school with upwards of 3.0; schkolairs, one-iu v1hichdibbsLoir miuch1 miore grounid :Spac thali bbthi: the lihbtels' O:ileong;itltia;? three or fauir stores, 0 ;&c a very fine poolie station withdb one of the bdst of mern:in charge, and a very nice hospital :riun:by the :Presby teriiin Chuirch; - The Afghans, who doi a lot in the cainel carting, have a suburb to themselves. I t~hink -the people of Oodnadatta are ?is up-to-date in all ways as ariything.I've yet seen-in dress, manners,.- sociability, general appearance, &i. Two days race meeting in the month of May, sport s on Saturday, children's concert on Mbnday night, when all bhildren -performr under the ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SAGASSER'S OUTLET. A MOUNTAINOUS PATHWAY [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 June 1914

, l SAGASSER'S OUTLEI T At MQUVNTANOUS :PATHWA <After le ing the West Tarwin sciho6l tliE"Ministerial party pro ceeded 'to Alla;nbee ::for the pur pose of inspecting a so called road kn.own as Sagasser i Ohtlet : A number of settlers were in wr;waitin to place thei? requeBst biSeforei - the b :y i?iminromhaBenfsoins Road on a iniform grade of i fin16 through, Messrs Haill s property to the Waiirragul : jroad, wihich .: ?asi the subj0t ofi the last deptatioii·n to6 the Minister sking for a sumn of aMr :-eA J- Hatll iniformted the 1inist-that, seeing the r0ad wuld ingi urethis propertyi aiid the -ikeri~oad- tbIo Maiks'f as too cost ?he. would h submit ailther propo'sal, wichviod wa?s sthat :the r?iver be fiiollowed a·: short distance downbten ti.: e the road thriough his uncle s propiberty and :give hitdi anl H outlet This nie.we y pop?osal c?aused the . ainitter iti?e held:?oie?e pending :further inquiiiries by l?_?e enginieeri which will be diealt with by the conchillo'rs...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. LEONGATHA v. OUTTRIM. LEONGATHA'S FINE DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 June 1914

FOOTBAL onA SFINE :'DISPLA Cotrr texpeottos h game-on ~ th eongata groun on82 Sauray aferoon betweenr It' was generally expected thatt tbe visitors would have no dif culty-in escoring a victory, butif much o vthedelihto thelocals supporiters, thy lae a game out of he box, and sowed form tha iwas not the lat expecteld of ;them, which gwas in marked? contras t to some of their prey ous showings.' They; rose.:.t6 ;tne'h;o' casion inr this game,, and iifused such: dash inito their play? that set pedpl wondenring.' wy -th ey Shave'.kejptit -in :reserve for; so long. Outtrim who ;ere much the :h eaiei team, m ade thingss a bit:willing when they o fohd that tlhey were .going:: to :be hard piislhed ,but they m.etyworthy op ponents as?far ,,as miixg: it Vwa concerined in.: the locals,-:and; :al though several 'of flien'igot .some biard knIocks, they never1. wavered; and:came up.fornmore and Out irim -soon realised othefat tha a9lthough they .aid . the weight, .their lighter o pio nedts- ere ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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MEETING AT HALLSTON. TRIBUTE TO MR MACKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 June 1914

':MEETI·NG A TAL1 TRIBUTE TO MR MACKEY meeting inth Haliston li the evening, and initroducdMr Mackey, who spok:ie upon : similar lines to that reported ,at the bither gatiherings of settlers.:::- i Mr Hagelthorn .thianled~ :4he people for extending to hiim:such:a hearty welcome to that part of ithe district. Itwas owing to Mr Mac-: key, he remarked, that the visit took place, for he wanted him (the Minister) to become acqainted with the difficulties the settlers had tbo contend with. The people should be proud to have such a capable man as Mr Mackey to represent them in Parliament, for the crea tion of the Country Roads Board was largely due to hm. He had outlined a scheme'at a Warragul conference for a Gipps!and Roads Board, to be financed by the Go vernment and tile municipalities. The Government took up Mr Mackey's proposal and enlarged upon it, and a Roads Board was formed for the whole State. He (Mr Hagelthorn) _ouil? do. all he could-?:to advanceh hdistrict iwhuie he occupied:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 June 1914

?, n hrda et,2t intSE.E CICLR O,?~::,;: n Thursday n~ext, 25th inst, :?~i ARL CLARnet WinsT, SA EI'-EARL CLERINRWINEARS.E: i____ ----~-T-.".i~. '.~-;i~i ~Foi·;.Co~:u;i~~i.a~h'd~~i~i~idi~i' n"ever. fiiils~l~!Bd;L; Fior COronia oestacrniplainte, - SW:Voods'Great.PepPermint Cure, ls Gd III L"-o y .. . .. . I ransfer of Land Acdt ?l 90. UoTICF. is hereby giveni that the .L Commissioner of Titles irit inds at thei expiratib~i of 14 clear .days..after the insertion of this advertisement in the " Great Southernf Star t to order that a Transfer be registeriid 'from PETER ,JOSEPH -COYNE, of Leboi gatha, Ronman Catliolid Glergyminan; aind HUGH ._McCARTIN, of-- Leongatlih, Ageit, to The Roman Catholic Trusts' Corporation for the Diocese iof Sale, of Foster Street Sale of the lainddesdribed beld~v, unless in the -'meantime.'some person interested in: such. land' shall show cause :ag.ist such order'.bheing maade 'i Darjted tiu4his~o 24hdyo une, 1914'. WM. BYRNEiJ, .. .Assitant Registrar of Title...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 June 1914

Molthersa coniplimenits"' sad :odungster receintly to a :certain but ?".cher ,wlio .kept. a shopl in:a:busy subur= ban thoroughfare; "and she's aentmre to slhen you the big bone brought with :he piece of beef this morning. " "Tell -your m;ther nex't time I kllills: a hnul :ock- it it]out bones:in it I'll makoe her a presentl; ofa joirit," sid itlhe .man of ,meat. . M: .lother's :complimefnts-,,?con t ?inued- the boy;,"'an~ dsh: , s s. y ? xt Say? nhk? time youfid,a bitf.t irloin w?h--. -a "-.;-.?houladej-o?-muutoh:.. k,bohe?ii:.:-it.:%h?,d ?. -' -like t0obuy the'.whoble ~ rass:'asj~i: ouri , :j-L_::; esityl E..-.- ' NERAL' CARRIER, eonigatha ,T.E SIRES' 4b announine that he is l i,:.t . stirtin: for himself :as' a General iCai. ier, and hopes by promipt attehtion ,to.:biisiessi: to. secure a fair share of p!~ublid: patronaire.~:- . . EILw AY STATTON ATTENDED. Goode Receivedand Despatched g Furnitire Removed. Firewood Supplie d SMONEY;SAVINM GCOUCHi T SPLENDID HOME-fADEREMEDY@ iol SA...

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SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 June 1914

TeMinister an Mr Mackey riven byMMesrs T Clark anid 0Bryan;on Satuirday mrningm - to Oarter'sidridge, niear?:the sugges ted railwa? ysite upon thii .prdposed extension of thie .Thoripdale: line., About2i0 residents were present. atid short speeches were madecby tlhe v-isitors ,:The p~irty -ere then ~driveiii.by Mir Ciroll to the.Allaini bee:.iReserve?.hal: and addresses delivered - MIessrs Mackey and iHagelthorn left; Yarrago.n by the afternoon tain for: Melbourne.-:

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