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SPORT AND PASTIME. GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 28 July 1914

SPORT AND PASTIME. GOLF. A. mixed foursomes sweepstake was played on the Leongatha links on Saturdays afternoon, and was won by 1Mr Atchison and Miss Hassett with a net score of 47' A mixed foursomes :(jifrit ers. drawn for) will be: played to-mor row afternoon .for a trophy pre serited by Dr Howden.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"The Sorcerer." COMIC OPERA BY PUPILS OF MISS NICHOLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 28 July 1914

' The:-Sorcerer.'' * COMIC OPEtRA BY PUPILS OF MISS NICHOLLS. - -Last Thursday was arnother occasion on whichdthe Leotizatha Mechanics Hall proved farP oo small to accommodate those whio desired to gaiji admission to witness the comic opera "The Sorcerer," staged by pupils of Miss Nicholls. Before· 8 o'clock the building.;was filled to the dooiis, ard many who had come long.' distaudes,- and arrived a little late, found the doors closed against further entry. Such a large audience was very grati fying to the performers, who had devoted a considerable amounf of time .to rehearsals, and theyi well deserved* the welcome. accorded them. The production was the best that has ever been attempted by local amateurs; anid reflects 'the greatest credit upon. Miss Nicholls, and the ability of her pupils. The opera-was staged in a most-complete *manner in re: gard to dress and scenery, and with the assistance of Messrs J. M. Molloy and Shallberg behind the scenes as " disguisers" and lime light ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 28 July 1914

J. W. Sutherland, Barrister and Solicitor LEONGATHA. Commissioner for taking Affidavits. Richard Little Barrister and Solicitor BAIR ST., LEONGATHA, , Attends Courts at Foster; Mirboo, an I Korumburra. Robt. G. Shegog, Barrister and Solicitor, Commer?..l Street, KOR'UMBURRA. Commissioner for taking Affidavits` Victoria, New South Wales, and High Court. Robt. Mellor, B ARRISTER AND SOLICITOR McCartin-street, Leongatha. Mr Mellor attends Court regularly.. Monev to Lend. J. T. LARDNER, Land, Commission, and Insurance Agent. Bair Street, Leongatha. AGENT for Royal Insursance Gom pany JohnMlV.Molloy CHEMIST, Dealer in Photo GOcods, ]AS opened with a New and Complete Stock, in NEW PREMISES. two doors from the SColonial Bank, where business is now being carried on. McCartin-street, Leongatha. Leongatha Dairy. T. A. Vivash. Labor Colony (Phone No. 35)) DESIRES to notify that he: hs purchased the Milk Busi ness from MR. T. DARLING, and hopes by strict attention, to cus tomers' requirements, ...

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Leongatha High School. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 28 July 1914

LeorngathaHigh School. The adjourned anniual meeting of the. Leongatha. High School Council *was heldaK on. U'riday evening, when there were present -Messrs J. M. Molloy (chair-. man), Russell., Eccles, Allan, O'Toole, Kewish and the.- secre tary (Mr Mesley). CORRESPONDENCE. A letter was read from the secretary of the Sale High School, stating that a confeirence would be held in Melbdurne dur ing Shows week. Messrs Russell and .O'Toole That the incoming :committee draw up a scheme for the building of a hostel.in connection with the High School. - Messrs Molloy, Eccles, Kewish. and Mesley were appointed to bring the question before Mr Tate during the second. week in August, and that the Hon. J. E. Mackey be requested. to introduce the deputation. OFFICE-BEARERS. OhairmaD, Mr John Eccles. 'In taking the. chair, ~.Mr Eccles moved a vote of thanks to Mr Molloy for the able. manner in which he had carried out his duties during the past 12 'montlhs. Mr-Molloy, in responding, said that wha...

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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 28 July 1914

Mail Syvic. -: M9 AII S RECEIVED AND DES. P:ATCiERD: FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. - 'o; Melbourne i Korumburra 7;alin' 8.45 p.m. All. stations to -. :. Port Albert ·;.:. 10.45 a.m. Leongatha' South-~ ': Mon., Wedi & Fri 11.45 a.in. llirboo North Tues. Thure., Sat .11 a.in. Mlardan- Tues.,' Thurs., Sat.. 11' a.m. -Mclinnon's R.O.-? Tues., Thurse. Sat. 11 :-lla.in' WBheelan's R 0.-? Tues., Thurs., Sat. 11 a.m. Koorooman East Tues., Thurs., Sat., 1i a.m. Mardan South Tues., Thris., Sat. 2 p.m. Wooreen R:O. Tues., Thurs., Sat. 11:40 a.m. Francome's I.O. T'rues., Thurs., Sat. 11:40a.m. Hogan's R.O. Tues., Thurs., Sat. 11.40 a.m. Miount Eccles-. Tues. & Saturday 12.30 p.m Harper's R.O. Tues. & Saturday 12.30 p.m. Tarwin to Tarwin Lower, and Cashin's loose bag-- • Tues., Thirs., Sat. 12 noon Stony Creek to Dollar, , - Fidge's R..0, -Scott's:-. S: R.O. & Mirboo Sth. Mon. WVed. & .Fri. :12.30 p.m. Meeniyan to Dumbalk, N - errena East, Woorayl, ' . Dodd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 28 July 1914

-Dearest, the tear that from your violet eye, Steals sadly down, adorning your dark lash, Condemns my thoughtlessness, Your cold, dear one, had never come to tears, No pearly drop your glad eye to obscure, Had I but thought to bring you home Your Woods' Great Pepperiniut Cure For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Coure,4s (d FooTALLas I FoomnAas -The winte is at hand, and our new stock of Foot bialls are opened oit. 1We have a large variety at os, 3s Gd, 4s, 5s, 6s 6d, 7s. (3d, 10s 6d, l5s bd, with finest quality blad ders, Phonographs, Gramophones, Ac* cordeons, Concertinas, and Mouth Organs ini great variety at G. FOnli's, Tobacconist and Fancy Goods Dealer, Leongatha . In Sydney tenanuts. of pIremises can be compelled to malk their buiildings rat-proof.: For 'hildren's Hacking CoughC at Night, Voods'. Great Peppermint Core, is 6d. COCK OF THE WALK. S WHILE WeLIVE We'l 1CROW. We're ahead in- Boots, and mean to stop there. Fjotwear from. E. W. ROBINSON The Li ·tal Shoe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 28 July 1914

M'Cartin & Co Leongatha. Sheep and Cattle Salesinen, Stock, Station, Land & Financial Agents. S CATTLE SALES,1914. Leongatha. Korumb'ra, Thurs Friday. July ... 9 23 ... 3 17 31 August .. 6* 20: ... :14 28 September ... 3 17 ... 11 25 October ... 1' 15 29" 9 23 November ... 12 260 ... 6 20 December ... 10 24: ... -4 18 "Denotes First Sale. Agents for Sun lfire Office; Colonial MlutualLife; National Trustees, Execur tars and Agency Co. Head office, Leongatha. Branch office Korumburra. S Loans Negotiated. Phone 28, Leongatha; . OUR NEXT SALE ON THURSDAY. 6TH AUG. Clearing Sale. BUFFALO. Wedrnesday, Aug. 12, 1914, At 12.30 p.m. MMcARTIN' & CO ; have re ceived instructions from MRs MAGUIRE, who has lei her pro -pertly and is leaving the district, to sell by auction on thie farm, 4 miles ;:from Buffalo, on the above, date, the whole of her CHOICE DAIRY HERD, HORSES,PIGS, FURNI TURE, &c. Full particulars later issues. TO LET. [OUSE, 5 rooms and bathroom, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 28 July 1914

FI RE ! CRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY TEMPORARY PREMISES IN SKELL'S BUILDINGS, STwo Doors Fromr Old Corner? -EW Stock Stationery, Con r l ilusual zines. Tickets for Eight Hours' and Druids' Art Unions. Do You Want Good Value For Your Money ? PRICES RIGHT. IF SO, CALL ON T. H. COOHRAN, Yif~ars with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKER.S Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE R, H. SIlVON, PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, FOR the Following Lines :-TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and all Iron L Work in connection with Houses and Farms. Windmills supplied and erected. . Dairy. Utensils manufactured on the premises. Cycles new and'second hand), Cashor Terms. Sundries kept in stock; .good assortment. Repaiis of al descriptions promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and Other Metals) done Sewing Machines repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. HOT and COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERATING, and SEWARAGE CONNECTIONS LAID ON. Estimates Given. Certificated Melbourne and.Metropolitani Board of Works. QOOL GRAIN AN...

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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 28 July 1914

SMOKE lDRIFT. There are 200,000 persons in the gaols of America. A. split has occurred in the A.W.N.L. At Bendigo. Plague germs are just as likely to be disseminated by mice as by rats. A general outbreak of measles throughout the Metropolis is re ported. The billiard roomi at the Federal House at Canberra .will contain three tables. The beat wave in thle United States has exceeded all their pre viousirecords. Atielephone line between.Mel bourne anid Adelaide was opened on Satuirday. Since. January of this year New Yorias ihiiasshpped £1,000 000 iin gofd'to Fran'ce; In Sydney, stables have"to'be constructed proof against botlh rats and damp. . The shipload of Hinidus at Van couver has left on the return journey to India. On.15th. August the Panama Canal will:be open for vessels drawing 30ft. of water. At Lake. Catani," on Mount Buffalo. a skating area of eleven acres is' now available, The hoitie for lost and starving dogs in Melbourne dealt with 1362 animals during the year. .. . T...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 28 July 1914

.At aprevious meeting of the Woorayl Shire'Council a deputa tion from. Meeniyan made :a re quest that the council attend to the lighting of the town by the erection of. four acetylene gas lamps. Councillors discussed the matter again 'at the. meeting on Fridaylast,- when the secretary (Mr Michael) reported upon the lighting of the town of Narracan by acetylene. It was decided to hold the matter over till .next financial year. The question of a- deviation through the corner of Murray's and Munro's. properties on. the Nerrena road was brought before the shire council at the mieting on Friday by Mr R., Reilly,i?hen it-was mentioned" that a bad por tion of the road would be avoided by such. deviationri. The president remarked that Mr A, Munro had signified his' willingness tod give the land for £7 per acre, and the secretary was instructed to.write to Miss Murray and Mr Munro, asking'price per"acre for.land re quired for the deviation. After termination of business at .the meeting of th...

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Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 July 1914

^ , ,Postal Informationw." AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA Within' :Commonwealth a nd:. 'jall placesin iBritish m Spireper ounce 0 -. SEach additIonal oz 0 1 - POST ,CARDSB Within *Cominiwealth ad all places in British: Em;i ' pire, single, each . 1 Reply, eaohalif ' 0; . 1 To all othier place8s single I Replyp cards 0... 3 NEWSPAPERS .^^^-i Within bommonwealth and' New -Zealand, for every-: newspaper, up to lo'06 ss. O Newspapers printed outside the Commonwealth are subject to maga zine rates of postage United Kingdom-Not ex 1: ceeding 80oz., each new paper .. .. . 1 Each additional 2oz. .. 0 For transmission wholly by sea per Orient and P. and Oi steamers 16oz ' .;. 1 Other places, not exceeding 4ois. 0 1. 'Eaoh additional 2oz ... 0 . BOOKS. Within the Coimmioniwealtthi- :; ,or:booksl:printed in. Aus tralia^ per 80ozs.or part 0 Printed o;utside Australia :per 4ozs., or part'thereof X0. To Newf-Zealand, per 46zs. 0 1 To all other places; pier 2ods- 0 1i CATALOGUES. Wholly printed in A...

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SCRIPTURE STUDIES. CONQUEST OF THE NATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 July 1914

:SCRIPTURE STUDIES . CONQUEST OF THE NATIONS -"- Test: Ask. of Me??and I will give thee it-he heathen for thine ':inheritance, and t?he uttermost parts of the earth for thb pososession."-Psl i., 8. Our fext -is from one of the :Messianic Psalms Ltreprereseni/ our "Lord as making Inown the heavenly Father's decree re whardign Him for HiS faithfulness as our R•edeemer, declaring that with.His exalta. tion to the kingdom w ill come tVhe inheri intance of the earth, "vith power to subject S.ll things to the Father's will. He was FPASTORAKU 'o have it for the mere request, "Ask of Me." jThis world-wide dominion has - not yet come to Messiah; the heathen are not yet Hi.' inheritance. Indeed' as the prophet de clares, "Darkness covers the -earth, and gross darkness the people." SWhen we remember our Redeemer's love' for the race, the love which led Him to lay down His life to recover that whiheb was lost, we are at first amazed that He has not yet asked the Father for Hih in. heritance of ...

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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 July 1914

SMOKE DRIFT. Jack. Murray declares-,himself to be- "full of the milk of humanf kindness." . Melbourne !has .hid its traffic problem, and apparOe tly will lhave it for years. Since -1851 Victoria ha''i pro: duced ýgold: to the .value :orf £293;550,982 - The wýheat yield -f thei United Kingdiom for 1913 is§ estimated at 31:22 bushels average." , . '-Aistralian riflemeni mat Bisley are well to the fore in the shoot in .this yeair. .:' : .;- . .. A cloild-hurst in Colorado .iade a reservoir'break awayi drowning several peoplee. ': - Dredges in Victoria duriug last year produced gold to- the value ofat 14 millions. . The mallee and the tnorthern districts are rejoicing in a'much leeded fall of rain. - . ine salary of the Commissioner of the State insurance office will be £730 per annum; The main body of the Science Congress' visitors toAustralia has reached Fremantle. Eighteen casns of diphtheria were-reported in the. Elsternwick State school recently.. S'A wagon and: sik-horse team fell...

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Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 July 1914

MMelbournes Lettqer. 'How iuch the Federal Capitalvwill cost no one-iknows.' The I rNortlherii Teriitory witliout railways'<ig iiopeless and the 'sooner a' star?t'is made -withl railway construction -theisooner?w vill it be possible to' tirwhliat is: no,w- a costly burden into':a val?uable. Com monwealth . asset:'. : t --least £10,000,000 will be '-wanted' to build railways in the Territory .. - Taking the requuirements of, the Federal Capital: aund thet Northern Territory by themselves, i\e are faced with the necessity: of raising at least L15,000,000 Iwithin the ' next ;few. years. No6 one knows ,better .than Mr. Fisher that 'whoever is Treasurer the' borrowing: systeni-when it is ini augurated will-have :to be: continued withi idnd this difference, that as there will be no -bink inmoey:to draw upon the only resource will. be the open niarket.::. MAi;: Fisher has 'abusle Sir John Forrest for doing precisely wl;at lie himiself hasl done and what, if ever again he :become...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 July 1914

S':-:uchLeon gatha. - - Woorayl. Private Hos itad Oriner Peart and ei lin:gham Str`eetai LEONGATHA' THE MISSES MORRIS ): (Certificated NUrse Ms); RGICAal, uMegical and Midwifery. - c" ases received. Leng~atha Private Hosptal Uhurch Street, Leongatha. MISS F. GOOD, C ERTIFICATED NURSE, MEMBJIBR LOF R.V.T.N.A. Medial, Surgical and Midwifery Patients received, ::·:Mrsi JONES EVIDENCE; :: '!Will? You plaese send me tAw Sbottles of. our:-Essence.:. The; mixturef :I made :from tIe last bottle. cured my: hlusbahd'ss .ough, and :I' gave-some to& any' ineighbotir; and. it has. done his icold:good to?;. so I .wanit orine bottle for miyself: aiin :d one for- my neighboui;-Lr Mr .::j. A. Jones Kurr .Kuirri, Thouisands of othersh: h ae: d: the. .same experience as:Mrs. Jones in coni :ne'tion.witih eHan's. Essence.:-: Making. cough mixtuire at hotiie with HleanEs:-sEsence-- is : so -vonderfull economical :and the mixture you malke is so good, that users promptly irecom mend Hean's Essence...

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CORRESPONDENCE. STREET PLANTING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 July 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. STREET PLANTING. TO . THE EDITOR. SIR,-It is the intention of the street plafting committee on Wednesday afternoon, August 5th, 1914,Ato continue the planting of trees along the main 'street towards the cemetery on the one side and the:butter factoryon the other, and also re-plant Peart street and generally attend to the trees already planted. We are desirous of assistance to carry on the work either in money or tree guards, and we also Wishhelp on the afternoon of planting. Any one, therefore, who will assist is asked to communicate with the undersigned.-Yours, &c., JOHN M. MOLLOY, Seuretary of Committee.

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BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 July 1914

BILLIARDS. At the Leongatha Mechanics billiard room to-morrow evening, commencing at 7.45, the senior and junior championslijp Will be played--500 and 400 up:-respec tively. - :

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REPLY TO MR BENNETT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 July 1914

SREPLY TO MR BENNETT. .. TO THE EDITOR. SIR,-At a meeting held in Meeniyan. last Saturday night, i Mr Bennett stated that the reason that Mr Teesdale Smith got the contract from the present Govern ment was that his plaht was only 30 miles from the work for which he was .tendering. Your readers might be interested to learn the facts, which are as follows :-1. Mr Teesdale Smith had been constructing a railway from Minnippa Hill to Decree Bay, and his plant was therefore 400 miles from Port Augusta, not 30 miles, as stated by Mr Bennett. This fact can be verifiedby look ing at Hansard, page 1091, this year. 2: The first thing that Mi Teesdale Smith was to buy, over the head of the "Government, camel teams a nd other teams which came there loaded with Government requiretients. This is hdw he showed. his gratitude to i the Government. This. fact can be verified by looking at " Han sard," page 150, this year.: Neither of :these statements were ever contradicted in Parliament. Not one Ilem...

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INTER-UNION MATCH AT WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 July 1914

INTER-UNION MATCH AT: S WILLIAMSTOWN. :; :- - match between the :Noi 21 Metropolitan, .and South Gipps Sland. Union was fired at Williams .tdwi - ranges -or Saturday, twelve aside, 7:shots, at 600 and ,70'0ds. There was vory little wind, and the principal difficulty felt was in keeping elevation. 'Neither :side did anything in.the' Wiy6of!sen-' sational shooting;', albeit young C. Williams (M.R.O.) and T. W. Russell, of Dumbalk,,each put up the possible 35 at 600 yards. T.W; Russell was in charge of the visiting team, and T. Douglas captained the metropolitans. The result was a win for the Gipps land representatives by 4 points,. with a total of 728. The visitors were entertained at dinner after the match', and a pleasant time was spent, under the chairman ship of " Captain "Douglas. The top scorer for the visitors, J. C. Hogan, who won 0on the count back from A. H. Griffiths, was presented with a trophy by No. 21 team. The scores came out as follow : SOUTH GIPPSLAIND UNION. .. . 60...

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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 July 1914

SPORT AND PASTIMIE. THE TUR F. The .Caulfield jumping -cam S paign will commence to-morrow afternoon, when -the :Australiai .:Hurdle Race whichis .rui'fovei about 3~ miles,..will be deiided :Only. 11-horses have, accepted for the evernt,,but there is plenty.oJ :quality engaged to ensure a good race. .Arquebuse.and Obi are the top-weights with 11.11, and both should run :well. Darrawa and --.Lord Grey are on the 10 7 mark, aiud the.pair are sure to have a ..big following .to-morrow. Flash Jack bas been greatly fancied of late:for big events, buthas failed badly. :He is considered unre liable, but if in the mood in this event he :has been given a chance - with 9.7. Admirql Grand and ,--:Bill Brandon are on the same mark, and the latter, Who ran third in the .Flemington.National, S"will probably .,prove the best of the pair. Taurus is the hope of Tasinania, and it is stated that his prospects of winning are re garded as bright in some quarters.. ..i He started at. Moonee Valley on Satu...

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