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

Lecongaths S.,Sheep andt oattle Salesben,? Stock, Station Land' &Finiacial Agents. CATTL E SALES, 1914 Leongatha Korumb ra Thurs Friday. June . 11 25 5 19 July ,.j . 9 23 3 17 31 August .. 6" 20 .·.. 14" 28 September ;. : 3 17 . 11 25 October .1 15 29* 0 9 23 November ..12 26 ... 6 20 Decemiber' : 1i0 .24 = .," 4 :18i S "Denotes First Sale.': A'gente for Sun iie Offic? o;~C lonial S Mutual Life; NationialTrusteesi ExecuI Stars and Agency Co.-' i . S Head offioe, Leongath "Branoh office Xorumburra. LIoansNegotiated. Phojne 28;Lo Leongatha. •OUT NEXT SALE' i•:• ON THURSDAY 9TH JULY. G'rass Seed. EW SEED just landing from iNew . Zealand. -Orders taken' for:Iany quantities at wholesale rates. :Terms given with lots over £10, Price lists 'and samplea tobe seen at our office; . McCARTIN & CO. F.J.Little Proprietaryl .'Limited, Stock and Station:A ne;;nt I HEjJ OFFkICE--lKORUMB URRA. ", - " , - - . -...? .. , ? EG to thank their numerous: ciients for the generous support. a...

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

CI I·R ET:! · :.-... I I·fl! :.:CRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY TEMPORARY PREMISES IN - :..SNELL'S BUILDINGS;:, EW Stock Stationery, Con fectionery and School Bobks to lia'nd, together- withh our;usual supply of Newspapers and Maga ·zines` Tiokets for Eight-Hoirs' and D]ruids Ar't Unions.: Doi You Want Good Value For .Your· Moneyii: ? PRICES RIGHT. - IF SO, CA-LL ON T. H. COCHRAN, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) ' LATE R, H. SIMON, PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA,?.:: 1Oo1 the Following Lines :--TANIZS, TROUGHS, and BATHS and all Iron .. Work in connection• with Houses and Farms. Windmills supplied and erected. Dairy Utensils manufactured on the premises. Cycles newand- sec6nd hand), Cashor.Terms.- Sundries kept in stock; good assortment. Repfirs of al descriptions promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and- Other Metals) 'dbne BewingIachines repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed .. HOT and COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERATING,; and . SSEWARAGE CO...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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District News. MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 June 1914

District News. MEENIYAN. ::ra·. 'ftdi1 acciden~t: hia~jpe ned-h ere aouiit 1 a&mr.on<Saturday. Ed wavrd~:<Noak~es ,Mc~Gr'aw, gageid 6,6, with another child and1 his father whenlthte art ran into airut near the railway setaion and thd e boy :wasthrow foiti falling, tion hi ae andk ~wskilled almost isanitly The7 bysfther (Mr Edward McGraw) h is in thei emptlo ofM B Mc itterick, was ut strting out onBhis rouind Thesad accidenit cas quite a gloom o ver the town, and deep iiih pressedoi allsides fo h ereaved parents The body wai:~ws, removedl- -to;. the. MB~eeniyan ho~'Ibte~.l by Constale Johlinston ','who arranged for an inquirybrefre Mr A McDonald JP;dandave;rdocto accidenitral death was retuirned.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 June 1914

Thelehngthy report of .the' visit of the Minister forPuiblic.'Works to the district coimpiels usi to hold over niews- items from i Meeniyan, Stony Creek; and other repooits.":: SThe A ttorney Gieneral: .we are informhed by the HobnJ. E, Mackey, has; promised to constitute. a Coirt of Petty Sessions atiMeexiya. -i: SA serious accident happened to. a seven-year-6old ison`,of Mr:Rigg, a :te nant t;on 'the estate oft Messrs Black 'Bros., of .Tarwin Lower. A: horse :tramiway eincirclesithe estate, t.o facilitate 'the gathering of the. produlcts' of ýthe various farnms,: and the little ichap- got upon: the trarn to. shorten his trip to .'school oi ? Thursday last, land fell beneath. the wheels: being severely crushed.: Thed services of Dr Molloy were requisitioned; who- fobundi .that. one arm and several ribs were broken, arid in ternal injuries feared. 'A; .second accident happened upon the same estate,-, wliereby,' .an -'-. emrploye named Ritchie, ' woiking'i at: a windmill, .had the mi...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 July 1914

]MEENIYAN The conceit recenily held hi ei in aid of the Medhanics?Insdititute re sulted ini .profit of ovei £,10 :- The Committee who: nmade a: special effort to raise over £20 have ?Ieen successful in raising £28. ':.Great credit is due to the Presideit:(Mr G- H-d) and Mr M. McKitterick for the excellent: work done Iby them. ______ New; Zal and. is :pro posing re strictive le~gisla'tlon: agairnst thie Asistics Complaints and :irivestigatibn show thit -: a shipload '.of: iive rabbits sentg to Darwin consisted of three :-rodents .,for flaboratory0 purposes.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Gippsland Bacon-Curing CO. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 July 1914

The tir d annual meeting f tieg Gippsltandb Cooeative Baconi curi·ng Co'mpayLme a s ,heed:~,~~ldc SJune 2oth fthere ias a]arge attenidance of shai reioldersV direcjtori presi~dedad a g oive a resumeiof theilbiiiniiess of the corn pany forithpast 1 months The diretoirs iepoitthiat iiig the 12 imonthlshi numbertof ahaies alloittedwas 8 ±95and teamounit paid i1n cash: was increased by ;£6;609 Ss4 Ini June 1913 tthe directors endeavoredi to inicrease the capita of the$ 9 mpny bytheifssue of 12,000 ilirther shares, buitiowinig to the failulreof tlheshareholders and faieb nthakng pthifs tnum ber the o9perationsh of the ompany hiadibeen consideraibly ampered thfereby Thei- -pof nd lss accountno swi eai debit of \£10,283 187s I whikQh as acotunited for~ias followis?=-The a mountiy at debit of profituaind loss account at Oc~toi 30th 191iii3, assubittd a £8 Q3412s i9d te:loss on ethehalf .fo2 248l14s.lasdS,: maks;i~duingtlttl aproftan~~d5~~~·l:~'ss ~~n't 8 numbei of pigs handled at the factor...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 July 1914

Thos.k CIosI ;GENERAL CARRIERI, S.- Leon'gatha. - ^ TARR1ESRSt . at6 nounice .that-; is i.;.l :starting for himself as a General: :arrier, 'ad hopes by prompt attention to business; to secure- a fair:: share of i ublic patronage;- :'::- . Good-??Receiv?? ad ?Die atc' Furniture RemovedFirewoo HOUSEHOLD_! ECONOMY. i GOOD COUGH MIXTURE RECIPE. IA - -By a Qualified Chemist; '.:A'splendid medicine that isigord'ifori coughs, -influeniza; colds, and sore throats ,can no6w be" made. iuite^ easily. at home.:..There is no bbiling,;;.r. bother; or- fuss of any kiind. -Get one bottle of Hean's. Essence ,fromj.your -chemist and. mix with "sugar, treacle and water, as .per simple-directions;. This will give you- a pint; or; about eight eighteenpeniny bottles- of warnm ing, soothing, stimulating, curing' cough and cold medicine.-ý . '; ,:: It takes hold- of a cough or:.cold, comforts-' sore :throats, .removes phlegm, -and: reduces feverishness-ii a way that means business.from the first dose. You ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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SCRIPTURE STUDIES. "BEHOLD, I MAKE ALL THINGS NEW." [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 July 1914

Si:SCRIPTUR E- STUDIIES 1 "f iQL , IMAKE ALlo THINGS NEW." Text: "Behold I make al thingse new,' (Revelation, xxi., 5:) He said:-. i The Bible intimates (that the seven days bf the ordinary week are. typical of seven i6great days,; each a 'thousand years long. Tf??usSt. Peter de . I]ares that a day with the Lord is as a thou ,and y ear. At the beginning of man's weekl he was 'perfect, as repre sented in Father Adam; but disobedi mce to the Creator VAbsIofSTOKlUSSI brought upon him the curse, "Dying thou shalt die." Under that curse our race has been steadily going downward men.tally, morally and physically to the tomb-the SBible hell--Sheol, Hades; M1an has struggled in vain against- the curse. To-d'af our race is assailed by more ailments and weaknesses, mental, moral and physical, than were ever known before. Our gaols, penitenfiaries, asylums, ho?a nitals all bear testimony to this fact. Even the morals of the world are apparently at as low a state as could well be imagined, afte...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Experimental Potato Crops. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 July 1914

Experlimnetal Potato ?The Departmeti? f Agriciul ture will this season depart from. the 'rotitiie' system which: has hitherto0- founid ac:ceptance' ; id potato growingBi experimnental plotsM... r J. T Ramsay, Govern metit potato expert, ,has diawain-up a plat -.of action which has ::miuch to: commeid its::i elf? to :potato growers (says thd2 rgugs l"Ths' he principalr-. hinnovations --include sprayinig: and dipping, an deddpth of !planting tests. .;The valui opf these will be recognised 1by all engaged ini tlhe? industiry RThe design:r of the experiiments is biased o-? ii?- ende avor to a lso :thioroiugily-: test the use of imi mtiatuire :as a;gainist iniature seed;: an .tiprove :the effect on produc: tion oif various: iimanures ??applied singly .anid :in .comilniiation. A: lairge number of different kinds of potitatoes will also be 'groGbi One of the acre pilots at the Leonigatha LaboriColony, of.lihichlthere are s;ix ,will l?e plated exclusively .withi seddling an.id Englislheed p...

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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 July 1914

SMOKE DRIFTi ~i-i· o"~c~c,:·f ~the :port~·ra~its ~iii oil oif Australian nfotabilities inolves an expiense of £250 SHolbrooks Ltd the sauce manou ficturin Coi consii ists of 40000 shares at 5s each. . p mhore eihaustive inquir is to bie maide into tihie bargechre-o slavery in Pau.a. Up KoondrookE: way only three - 'inches of rainhave 1fallen in the lasteseven mont , The new prailway; inefo Benalla to Tatong was ofca opened on Tuesda The M9inister dclines to relax the safeguardsu of agriocltural landagai nstddiai edges:M; t Holbrook's sa'uce netted £31i49 :for th#i kar afte ,allowiigfoi depreciationl anid fee . Airhidulke Franeis Ferdinand ,of Austriat andid his consort, were assaisinated on MkonIday. For last year s wheat harvest of 330 mhillioni. busibheIs,; farmer s purchssed 11 million bhagal Theinew systemiiske of sending agricialura1 produce lbypost was inaugurateiftd on Wednehsa -eThe value of wirelessh is being : exempli fied i;eviery wee t~in connie~: ion: withshinpping adis...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 July 1914

whden they journeyto Koimbturai r 5lStorengage it6theooalta They":an will he hat handicapped rim thegame should bei iwell wort wiatnessiig. eTer last victorid ghiaut fresh cofid ence ito?their rankq-iand if tio:?isto' l oped tihagt i:they will paut their full strength intoif the field anid by doing so they:should give their opponients T a hard battle The:- special train will leave Leoigiatha at r 1 ,30ip ?m.ohand if the- weather kieeps fin?,?there sh? uldbe :a good contingenit i, of- barrackersm take thorie hrip.The' following :team wihill repre.sent- -eongathaw~'Gray a"?ttihewi TIck,. Grsiggss Biright, 0Carroll aMcGee, Ciochran;- Bert8 Drowleyd, .Wilsodin: Ford,. Shall berg, Elliott, Robinson, Cotter (2), Guiinersen, Jones. Emergencies ---Wright, Munofts.s At ua meetiing, of the committie :dofth ;Lengatha Folmotbal Cluhb on Wednesday revening itwasb a suggested that a social evening otfiplayers and supporters shouild be-i'held, the id eaibhip g t create mmore harmoiny hedtween the ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 July 1914

BILLIARDS. The Stny C'~ek billiard players journieyed p- l Foster.on Wednes day wee-}'aidn: played six of the local?players at thea Exchange Hotel, the visitors winning-by 67 points. :Scores B:-' ; o-:-:.oster.. Stony C. Dillon ;;1 120. Moore .. 150 Tobias ... 150 Tourrier... 102 Soderland.. 100 .:Quick ... 150 Eglish -.:150, Fry :... 124 Wood ..86 M::erkins ... 150. Ch ?ers iO5 liBoag ::;. :147 756 '823 h matchthvis itors ments wi~ het~ n~: the'toa~ostl of ' IThe "Visitors -' ''was proposed by' Mr Dil~n to i: elMr Helms suit-: ably isondid A return match ill ed: in abobut a;moith's : The retur billiard match. be teeen i Meeniyn an d Stoniy Cek was plaped at :M eeiyan nW ay: evening, and re sitein a victlory for the -latter. Some~-:interesting games were p-layedand oroughlyi enjoyed by ~thlargiie~ number 'of .visitors present After the games the visitorswere ,entertained b~ :'the losers, Ia d thei rhealh: was pro posed byM NfHeallyand' e-' thusiti ?llyddrank The -todast of the loser...

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STONY CREEK BEAT TARWIN VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 July 1914

.- STONY: CREEK-::BEAT : :-. TARW INR VALLEY, : These. teams miet on the -.half w?aygrourid (Dlimbalk) onf Satiir da~ before} a.large rowd '.of spec tatori fromi all partis of :the; dis trict.: Tariwin Talley are leading~ for the.: localpremiership, and .up to . Saturday :had an .:ulbeate? record for: the. season:. With fiine weather. -and a ::dry:, grouind, the Stony Creekites :considered -they ad a very good chance ?ofWlower ing :the Valley-'s colors, but hin their sanguine moments.:never dreamt of securing.: such .a com plete' victory as they eventually did; Withii : 10:1 seconds of. the bounce of-- the bail-l ?tony/.Creek, :thr'oukh ithe -agency of Read: and Ouithwaite, scored a,, goall: Im mediaitely: afferwards the '-Valley squared cinatters,j but~ two miiutes l Oaeix.thwaite took'a fine mairk fronm. Bolanid, and . scored :his second goal;. The game was.fast and furious in the early- stages, but :in the latter :part of. the quarter the Stony Creek men as serted theii s iperior...

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Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 July 1914

: ~~ ~Melbourne·'i~:: I Igthe retirement of rAa senta safe divison, 'andto that i extent his rietiral is;not likel to lioudandm progrsF sivemn ith f a _greadt ~amoun t off busine~s ~ex, perience TI'hough aelawyermby profession, hiehas been a public 3' life ~for many yea~rs'~ rs, and was a ilone Ttime~i ~Postmas~8ter Lreneri~3al of. Victoria before th&e Commion weialth tool er thieservice. Sirnce hisf advent to office intheii Co6ok admininstration behas im pressed his personality on the service We hear no more-kof threatened - strikes. - e lihas aibolishled the shocking tiavesty on:art and cnimmon sense known as tief iianbgaroo s;i anip thiiogh there are of- course,y stocks not yet exhausted Hie· has cheapened the wreek end cablegSram; service, and introduced thielettergramx wvhich gives -- night- ioperators soimething to do PHebias intro dluced atomall tic tamilp sellfing machin es, hasi perm itte d traizn podsting withouiitextrai chaIrge Wand toinras heernn capacity associa...

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MEENIYAN v. DUMBALK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 July 1914

MEEN~M ~UBL The~i~~ above 4eamsL~ met ';~ ·at weiather was splendid nd there was ,a good attendan i?e : twitness the play Both fe?team n wrew -o representr lghbygotheirfullas.tenh Iambaslk bpoeing a oticeably weiik owin g a ner ofheir lead inngplaers bei ngawai ywi tSh -t -_oanid thAe losers byh Moloi li who-·. plydaslnddgm. h Dumbal Rifble Club The1best emaraliy wln .oat fil~ife0iii lshowed thatr thei wer not alter gether lightsof bagone.days. ,h rama ras spoilt at tines," artodo sowe ha he ersMaCniie, noBltor g'ame was smpoiltd at te. toondi much.crowding on the liall. The winners were captained? by, Bar ton, and, the losers by McNeill who played a splendid game.. The final scores were :- Meeniyan 6.16, Dumbalk 4.5. The best players for the winners were Kidd, Downes, Barton, Banks, Ross (2), and Hanily; and for the losers, McNeal, Considine, Blair, Munro, Quick and Pearson. The game was umpired by J. Amindie in a capable and impartial man- ner.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 July 1914

COCK0 OTHE WXLK. WIEWe LIVE We'll CROW We re ahead iniBoots,57aid mean Er- ::to stop there. F0otwear from ErW. ROBINSON,. ?:- : ::. ·:-.:The Lively Shoeman; Extraordinary values in ladies' ? ::' gentlemeu's, and children's Boots and Shoes. --?:: "Hugh Thomseon's . celebrated "'E Watertight Farmers' Bals. are :: .?:stocked, and at prices lower than -- elsewhere. The largest and most .::-Iup-to-date stock in Gippsland. S E.W. RosnsoN, Bait street, Leongatha. AL.YEARLY CLEARING WINTER SALE ATF 1YARLYOCLEARING INTER ALE AT _-H. OOLVIN & OO.'8, .. HCOL V/N C oo. On Thursday nex. 25th i. OnZ Thursday next 25th inst MECHANICS' HAL LEONGAT'HA FOUIITEEN'IH ANNUAL En Aid of the R.C. Ohiirci Funds Wedesda y ,July 8th 1914. McEwan 's Orchestra. Do5uble Tickets 17s 6d. Single Ticket~s, Gent's 5s ;Lady's 2s 6d. E. S. CALLANAN, Hon. Sec. Coticert & Cff ieei Supper. KoOROOMAN EAST. HALL. Wednesday, Juyl8th. LEADIN Loc11 Artists of the R. HULLS. Hon. Sec. Leongatha Traders Asoa ciati...

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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 July 1914

SP.ORT AND PASTIME. 'THE TURF T;,~o morr~ow a;f ternoon i the Grand~ !?·.io·oro??? r-?ef. ? I~ ~ :; - N?ftional ca"iiplaign ,will be, com i-enced at F:Flehinigton, ..whef': tlie'hi~ef evenht willibethe Grand Natiobial HUrdle ; Race,- which is . ri?n over f?id:-listaince of f --:three-. miiles --The field promises-to be a': big :one ia'.nd class is iwell. repre- : sented,: as .the 1b?est hurdlers at present racing will take ; part. Sev8eral hors?es have blieen grieatly spbkeni of during the last: couple of :weeksail: a their chances have freely discussed. iThie top- eight (Obi), who?has won~ithis 'event on 'two odcasions,. las been ::given a: Griat?:chance: with: hA1i3, and as he has plienty of pace and a per fecti jumper he. promiises tO be-one of the bhardest :.horses to beat. ir~quebuse:has not been harshly' dealt -with, add :won. a: race: -in 'outh: Australia recently under a big weight.- Celt and and Sand rift' will: lso . represent South. :Australia; and: both have, won races i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 July 1914

,:·FIRE; · FIRE. CRAIG'S NEWS 4GENCY -t ·iEMPoORA-R; REI E ?IN :Two Doors From Old Oornier, NEW Stock Stationery, Coni fectionerys and Schdool Books to hand, together with ouir usual .u.pply of Newspapers; and Maga zines.- " uo Tickets for Eight Hours' and Druids' Art Unions. Do You Want Good Value For: Your Money?' PRICES RIGHT. SIF SO, CALL ON A T. H. COCHRAN, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Ooppersmiths, Etc.) ;LATE? R, H. SIMON, PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, f OR the Following Lines :-TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, andd .all Iron . Work in connection with Houses and Farms. Windmills esupplied and erecteel. Dairy Utensils manufactured on the premises. Cycles new and second hand); Cash or Terms .Sundries kept in stock; good assortment. Repairs of aL. descriptionsle promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and Other Metals). done Sewing Machines repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. HOT and-COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERATING, and SEWARAGE CONNECTIONS LAI...

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Gippsland Selling Co. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 July 1914

Gippslan eln ented-.i i b thediectors t?t: theI' harebioldersof thei Gip?land imd Northern Co operativeSl ng Q: Co aib-t the auniinuailimseeig eld in Melbourintie ilast-weeki .ine ;thec last: balance.,the su "7 coribed capitI-o ahe-op an ad beeln increased ffro tr 49- I .iharesi of£5eachiti o :t 4l9li '55 shdaiies if £5 eicl? and-ftheipaid-upi capi talfrmiir -£1%4449 to £20;390, fand t~he reserve fund'fiefror i£2I600 to £3o00 Sincetihe date on which bb books were clo ed fodidthe year thl authorised coapital- has beeinh increa:ysed~i "i £30 000 rii 60i00 sihareis of? eiach t? d250,000 in 50,(000 siaresd r mof £5 each, and the~- n~ameof ;th e com:~i~~pany·, hase bee?-:-nc?alt :-6:::4i3:oeredto Gipsan and Nor C pditern C erathiv Selling nd Insurance hCoyLtd Butter?.a? d Daimry;Prodc Depiarnttmet d-The turnovedr in thi departmsnent.Llows an:i incres; ;ofr £4013 over :the preveinuars y nr aid ut -for ithe veryldry/weather in 'Janutary anxd iFebruiary the: incirease . would have been cons...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 July 1914

SIR;'Alexandeb Peacocklthe ew Premierof Victoria, steps into office 0 almost un noticed The average feletor is;much more in terested" in the fortunes of Mr Watt" and Dr. Salmon if Ba.la clava, in the smallest happening connected wit: th he Federal fight, than, in, the' whole; policy.- of: Lib6ralismi in the .eState House. Sir .Alexander-. Peacock and :.his colleagues jmayr not regret that the: battl?eanent Ereference to Unioni ists?,lthie;cleansi'ngi.of the rolls, the rights -of the Senate and so forth, will absorb -all except a few till the fifth h:of:Septe iier has co me 'and gonBe. 'But theyg will assuredly boear in mind -that theifr work- is just as inmportaint: as it wouild be were the 'eyesiof the electors on it. In certain ~quarters, there is un-. gracioiis jnuttering:that Ministers have -not submitted:a sufficiently. dazzlifng .prkogram ime iHad. ^they presented meinbers with: a long: list of prop'osed.; measureswhen' .th'e House mnet'last week the very people -who` now, ,:s...

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