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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 August 1914

TO THE EDITOR. SIR,-In reply to Cr. Johnson saying that he did not receive an invitation to be. present at the meeting .of ratepayers convened by me, I will ask him to look up the advertisement. If he' is not a ratepayer he ought to be. In ie ply to the five caucus members Cr. Mummery moved and .Cr. Johnson seconded,. that the engi neer be asked to tender his resig nation.. When -I asked what charge was laid against the engi neer, Or. Mummery replied, "he does not suit us." Who was the "s "ireferred to if the matter'had not. been previously discussed. In reply to Or. Henderson, will he say he did not support my amend ment that the subject be discussed at next, meeting of council?-I am, &c., S:THOS. RIGGALL;

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WAR. England declares War against Germany. Forcible Speech by Sir Edward Grey. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 August 1914

THE HWAR. -?England declares War -- against Germany. .Forcible Speech by Sir Edward Grey. -Warlike Feelihg in Bulgaria SGerman- Fleet passes S through: Kiel Canal. D Diploinatic, .relations - be .tween F?rance and ::Ger . limany. broken.- .. .. Rich haul of gold by. - - -France. Ai New Explosive to be :: used by France. . . 1UTi t UABEL+Ai RAMS.; Melbiurne, Aug 5th, 4p.m. t: is anniounced that the Prime Mi'nister,2 Mi*' Joseph Cook, has received a private. message from the Governor General stating that Englahd has declared war against Germany.' ' . Sir Edward' Grey spoke. in the House of Commons for 1% hours on the present trouble and. events leading thereto, and declared that when the docuinents were pub lished it would be seen how whole hearted wet e the efforts made by Great Britain to secure peace at the time of the Algiceras confer ence. Sir Edward Grey was asked if armed assistance would be given by-Britain to France, and replied that nthi?ng could be promised unless the Gover...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 August 1914

S? GOLFi i:: A ixced fonii'sonies hiandicap playedon :the Leongatlhalinks on Saturday last for a trop?? d6nated by Dr. Howdin,':was- wonf Iby Mi F: E.- Lobb and-M.iss:: C.Li;ttle, with a n:1ett total of 49 i ". The second round .of the local calinponship :was p: play:: on Wednesday1 Mr Frasei,, with a total of 127 is lekdifig i:n:th& gni tlemen's sect;ion; and :Meiss s.pin cerand. Mislsardner, with 136 each in the ladies.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 August 1914

Hi?LF-YEARLY CLEARING WINTER SALE ATI :EHALF-YEARLY CLEARING WINTER SALE AT U:. FJ. H. COLVIN & CO.'S, J. H. COLV/N . CO.'S, - .On Thursday next, 25th inst. SEE CIRCULARS. On Thursday next, 25th inst. SFBro Grnchia Coligh s?, take ;l Wiods' Great Peppermint CureIe Gd For Children's lackiing. Cough atN?ight Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, ls:Gd SMasy persons: throiughout the Oomnionwealtbh are laying infbood supplies, anticipating a heavy. advance in prices. - CO-OPERATIVE DISPOSAL- OF CARCASE MEAT.-" Please. note, we have now well appointed and icm modious premises for the disposal of Vealers and Porkers. Forward any you have to us for -sale. Highest prices guaranteed, and remember you partioi pata in our annual distribution of bonuses.-The Gippsland and Northern Go-Operative Selling Company Ltd., 49[p Flinders Lane, Melbourne, With Europe in arms, the price of food-stuffs will naturally rise. Parliament is in no humor fdi politics, and has adjourned, for a week. ." For Chroni...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 August 1914

FOOTBALL The Leongathaiteam to play Poowon-g to mniorrow will be seledted frondithe following:: Maihews GriggSfiTuck, McGee, O'Carroll, Shallbe;rg,: Roblinsolin Wilson ,.Cochiran, ;:Gray, Half loran, Cotter (2) :Ford (2); Brigi t, Dallistboni-, Elliottri Beeson.i A dirig will leave theO Cominmercial HItel for.Poowbongg at.12. o'clolc sharp.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 August 1914

-i Leongatha Dairy. T. A. Vivash ':' Labor Colony (Phone No. 35) : ESIRES to notify that he has s purchased the Milk Busi : ess from MR. T. DARLING, and hopes by strict attention to, cus Stomers' requirements, and by sup plying pure milk of the best quality, to secure a liberal share of public patronage. M;:i..ilk Delivered Twice Daily. . Mrs. JONES VIDENCE "Will you .pleases:-dseend *me- twoe bottles of .your Essefice;,-.The;imixture i I made- from tfle .last b'6ttle cured .my' husband's couigh- arid? I gavei somet to my neighbour, and it '!has :done -his cold good'toc,; so I T-want one bottle for myself and one-for. my:- neighbour. Mrs. j. A. Jones, iKuKri .Kurri; Thousands of others liave: hd the same experience as Mrs, Jones:in con-. nection with Hean's Essence.. Making cough iixture at homie with iHean's Essence- is . so -.wonderfullv economical and the mixture you make is so good, that users promptly recom mend ' Hean's -Essence to ;others. Every bottle you- use saves at least...

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CORRESPONDENCE. RESIGNATION OF THE SHIRE ENGINEER. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 August 1914

CORRESPONDENCE: RESIGNATION OF THE SHIRE * , ENGINEER. * ; i: TO HE:EDITO.It: *. Sin ,-Ain audacious attempt has evidently been made t0 i nflamne the minds of West Riding ratepayers, anhdrth~rmhu M n~dt. lr JonAl~Annfl h trfu mping uiip ,a spurious election cry on an allegationi 'of 'caucus meetings and: unjust treatmdnt of one of the:shire officers. It seemed the handiest :stick,: becauise of ier tain questionis of legal and muini cipal privilege which are well known by: the parties pSulling the strings to absolutely :preclude a full. -discussion of the situa tioinin:jublic, whilst' allowing op ponents to utter. wild and whirling charges of: a: general nature, and which affectthe corporate honor of the council, to be scattered broad cast thronah thi cnmmunityv Tt fi. ai'plpable attempt to manufactire an election cry-and capture Votes by the old and vicious method of suspicion and insinuation ;but I venture to say that the six trusted men (including, the straight-going Cr Henderson)...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 August 1914

M'Cartin & Co .Leongatha. Sheep.and Cattle Salesmen, Stock, Station, Land & Financial:. Agents. CATTLE SALES, 1914. SLeongatha. Korumb'ra. • ? m Thurs Friday.. - August .. 6 20 ... 14 28i September ... 3 17 11 25 -October .. 15 29: 9 235 :November ... 12 26" ... 6 20 .December .... 10 24- 4 18: *Denotes First Sale. ' Agents for Sun Iire Office; Colonial Mutual Life; National Trustees, Execu tars and Agency Co. - Head office, Leongatha, Branch office Korumburra. LoansNegotiated. Phone 28, Leongatha. OUR NEXT SALE ON THURSDAY. 20TH AUG. Clearing' Sale KORUMBURRA SOUTH" Tuesday, Aujust II, 1914. M cCARTIN &'CO. havereceived in structions from Ms- JOHN - HEWETT (who has let his farm), to sell by auction, on the farm, on the above date, Stock as under: S 22 Dairy Cows, calve in August . 112yr-old Heifers, springing :: 1 lyr-old Heifer .:.. 1 Ayrshire Bull 4 Poaddies 2 Store Pigs 1Brood Mare, all work Spring dray, disc plow, harness, 65gal. De Laval separator, vats...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 August 1914

FIFRIE! . CRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY ,TEMPORARY PREMISES IN SLSNELL'S BUI;DI~NGS, NEW Stock Stationery, Con fectionery and School Books to hand, together. with our usual :supply of Newspapers and Maga: zines. Tickets for Eight IHours' and " ruids' Art Unions. - Do You Want Good Value For Your Money ? PRICES RIGHT. IF SO, CELL ON. T. H. COCHRAN, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE R. H. SIMON, PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, FOR the Following Lines :--TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and all.Iron ', Work in connection with Houses and Farms. Windmills supplied and ' erected. Dairy Utensils manufactured on the premises. Cycles new and second hand), Cash or Terms. Sundries kept in stock; good assortment. R~epairs 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. Certid...

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. SENATOR McCOLL AT LEONGATHA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 August 1914

FEDt:RAL ELECTIONS; ' SENiTOR' McOLL-T -LEON GATHA. Owing to Seiator McColl being detained in Melbourne on Monday eveniing at':a Cabinet rmeeting in reference to the hostilities on the 0Cotinent, he did not arrive till the night train at Leongatha, b?n sequently there was not.as large an. attendance at teidhall to'hear Ihis 'iddress 'as there would liavi bee'n at the hour advertised. Or '. 'Johnsuon presided; .: '' :' : : Senator.. McColl stated that in Australia we had now reached the parting of: the ways, and had, on Septemiber 5th, to decide whether the country was td be ruled under the broad principles of Liberalism, which had built up all our splendid institutitns; or whether we would try the tortuous road of socialism,. which 'had always led to de struction: He would ask his audieince to give the most serious consideration to the views put forward' by the various speakers on this subject, and then to vote according to their consciences. The Fisher Government had in augurated a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 August 1914

The.:Leongatha Labor: Colony exported- .500: :laseis of ';fruit to, Glasgow this year, the returns for which are just .to' 'hand. The manager (Mr Willoughby) informs us-that.the prices received are as follow:-Rome -Beauty, 10/- :per case;. Jonathan .10s,. Northern Spy 9/- and 9/6,. Munro's Favorite 8/- and 9/-, Reinette de Canada 8/6, ive Crown 8/-W: Wod .was received -from Glasgow agents stating that the fruit arrived on a giitted market, but a better'500 cases of apples they had never handled. The apple's this .year were packed in cases designed by Mr R; Crowe, .chief of exports, which eiiabled two more cases:to go to the ton, thereby saving 7/ per. ton. in freight, or' £7 on the whole consignment. The apples were inspected by order of the Agent-General and 'was the first shipment examined for export this season from Victoria. The crop of apples at the Labor Colony was good this yeal, .6iogh not as large as usual ori-' account of the dry weather. ,Prices. this year have 'beei good...

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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 11 August 1914

Mail Service. n:AIiS: RECii IVED A':ND DES PATCHED FROM IEJiONGATHA C1osxni Hour. lo Melbournc & Korumburra 7 amn& 3 45p All stations to Por t AlIbot t. 10.45 a.m. Leongatha South - Mon "W?ed, & Fri. 11.45 a.m. 1::??.TueS ~Tlihus , :t . ,:t 11:- i: a.m. i-lndan.- :i Tues.. Thus., Sat. 11 a··:: .m. M\cl~innon's R.O. Tucs ihu,· Sat. 11 a.m. W:hela]n's R 0. KooTioor'n Efia t Tmoes., Thur., Sat. -110 a.m.m Mirdan South Tdies., [htirsl, Sat. 2 p.m. Wooreen R .0 Tlies., Thurf., Sat. 1140 a.if. Francome's lO. - Tues.; Thurs:, Sat. 11/40a:m. Hogan's I.O.- ---- Tues., Thuirs.:, Sat. -11.:40a.m; Mount Eccles Tues. & Saturdiay 1230(pi.mi . Harpeits I.O.- i: Tues. & Satuiday 12.30 p.m.I Sairwin to Tarwvin Lower, m d: Casluin's loo0e.bag- - Tues., Thilrs Sat 12 noon Stoin-y C.reekl to Diollar, Fidge'- R-.O,. Scdott'seB: R:O. &"Mirbod oSt. Mon. i Wed & Fr 1 2.3,0p.m Meeniyan to. DuI) k - Neriel?a.EaSt, Woiyl; . W Dioddls fd Mirlboo Mony Wed....

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Leongatha Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 11 August 1914

Leongatha Teiephone:6 : Exchange. Following are the numbers 'and names of subscribers " ·- -' 1. Shire of Woorayl Offices.': 2. Butter Factory, and manager's residence. 8. Co-operative Society's Store. 4 W. G. Walker, storekeeper. &. Peck & Sons, auctioneers; 6. J. M. M?olloy, chemist 7. P. Johnson, butcher. 8. Dr Howvden, physician. 9. Nurse Miorris, private hospital 10. Lardner & Co., ironmongers. 11. Colvin & Co., drapers. 12. A. E. Edney, storekeeper 13. Rossiter & Co., STAR Office. 14. Pearce & Jarratt, butchers 15. S. MIaddern,Commercial Hotel 16. Neal Bros., storekeepers; 17. R. Bair, Otago Hotel. 18. E. Manders, agent. 19. Nurse Good, private hospital. : 20. Rev. P. J. Coyne, Presbytery. 21. J. W. Rumpf, privateresidence 22. J. McFarlane, coachfbuilder. 23. E. McNamara,. baker: 24. H. Kelly, undertaker. 25. Jno. Lardner,privateresidenoe 26. Dr Pern, physician. 27. E. A. Cole, auction mart. 28. McCartin & Co., auctioneer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 11 August 1914

Grazing Lands. :TENDERS will be received on . or before WEDNESDAY :--::26th Augdst, 1914, for the Right " .to Graze on the undermentioned land from the 1st September; 1914, to 30th- Septembei,1915, :: The fee for above period and fee for licence must accompany each Tender. -. Tender forms and S.. fdll ~itriculars nmay i h?obobtaihid at the local Land Office.::. :.i.. :i i :Lbt 3 (Block.. 10810).--@2 ares, : tow. -. tbnship. of Leongatha, being S Ithat .portion of the trial. :railway. S .reserve lying south. of :allotmeit 24: of section 25,. and north of al :. , .,lotment 5 of section 26. .:: ·i :)'j -- .GoHm ioRRY.:W oLAWSON , Commissionier of Crown Lands d Svey REMNANTS oF LI OLEU1s & FLooRCLOTH. SPECIAL SALE AT J. H. COLVIN & CO.'S.~ J.H. OOLVIN a OO.'S, Remnants of Linoleum 6 feet wide. Remnants of Linoleum 4t. Oi4. wide. Remnants of Linoleum Jft. 9in wide Remnants of Linoleum J feet wide. All at sp~cial prices to clear. WOORAYL SHIRE COUNCIL WEST RIDING ELECTION....

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FOOTBALL. LEONGATHA V. POOWONG. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 11 August 1914

FOOTBALL. LEONGATHA V. POOWONG. The local team- droire to Poo wong on Saturday. with a very weak team. They were without the services of Gray (capt.), Tuck, Griggs,-Gunnersen, Robinson,and Bright. The absence of some of these was caused by the drag leaving early, which could not be avoided. The game needs very little description, !Gatha being outclassed from the start, mainly through the play of ,some fresh men in the Poowong team. The local'lads strqve hard to avert defeat; .but considering the team they had they had no chance. mne resul or tne game was - Poowong 10 goals 12 behinds,F Leongatha 1 goal 4 behinds. 'Fori the winners Crowle Bros, Swinch, Puncher, 'Donnelan, Kerr, and bruFlynn played well, whilst the brunt of 'Gatha's work was done by Drowley, Halloran, Cochran, O'Carroll1,.McG6e, Ford, Mathews. " aridRupert Little played well. MLeongatha journey to Outtrim next Saturday per drag, which leaves at one o'clock. " Sudden Willie," over there.in Germany, thinks himself a sec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 11 August 1914

:MONEY-SAV.ING -COUGH :MIXTURE.? SPLENDID HlOMEMADE REMEDY :Io/l- SAVED ON· EVERY PINTi The :cheapest and..most 'effective remedy for ,coughs ;colds"- throat; and chest complaints, i 'iiiade ini your own home It is no trouble:to make; and every pint means an actual savingb of at :least ]o/- for yourself . - -The reason is quite simple. All cough mixtures contain a small prc portion of; con'centrated medicinail in.. gredients and a large percentage of .water and sweetening. If .you buyithe medicinal ingredients only, adding the water ahd sweetening yourself; you save all the money you would other ivise pay for water, -:bottles;, corks, wrappers and mixing . Buy a bottle of Hean'S Esserice.from your chemist or store: take home and dilute as directed on l]abelli Pour into a large bottle on which 'paste the label you will find in Hean's Es ronienieket. The first sip of this mixture gives immediate rehlief: It clears the nasal passages instantly;-: loosens *.the phlegm; eases- the -throa...

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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 11 August 1914

THE WAR. The following news was issued . friomnithe STA? office as an Extraor dinary on Friday last -- Advices from Brussels state that - the Germans entered Belgium- on Tuesday, advancing. in : three' columns of infantry, preceded by uhlans and lancers, and crossed the frontier at Gemmenich, 'Henri chapelle and Dolhine. One column reached Vise, and haulted on the bank of the Meuse.. . .... The Belgians massed oi the op posite side of the river and succee ded in preventing the Germans from thowing a bridge across. . The Belgian andaGerman cavalry. clashed, and a sharp encounter ensued, the Belgians having the better of the encounter . On Tuesday the 0German com mander demanded the surrender of Liege, and received a reply to the effect that the city would only yield to force of arms. The forts are now supporting the -Belgian troops. - The Germans have been com pelled .to halt temporarily, and - ait for their baggage trains. The Belgians also stopped the advance of the Germans on Henr...

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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 11 August 1914

THIE W1AR.i: (REUTER'S SPECIAL SERVICE.) The following was issxied as an extraordinary ,onnSunidayi???. EDuring the fighting aroiuind Liege, _a Belgian :shell ifell riiight into the: ?iniddle of the retr.eting Girmian columns, causing heavy oIdss,:iand many machine :guns were abandoned.': O: :one squadion:: of .Belgian Lancers was wiped out: aftei' killing 150?Uhlans . The : Germans."- a.,t Liege- 0on Friday ~ delivered: a-: ttack': . aifter; attack in most reckless. fashion, sacrificing! ::men ? j:uistinti?igly. They reached the: tVreiiclies at Liemen, :almnost, before' being winbed out. The Gemnian steamer Koningen Luise laid mines extending from Allenburgh toward Felixdombe. Few of the wouiided from that vessel iwill irecdver. The com mander expresses great astonish ment at .the accuracy- of the British fire. ? iAnother batch. of 300 wounded Germans.has been landed at Har wioi,- -probably -the victims •of more thai one North Sea engage ment. - An armny of 400,000 Germans is likel...

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SPORT AND PASTIME. BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 11 August 1914

''sPo;RT AND~f' PASTIME.:'T BILLIARDS. The twelfth annnual billiard 'tournament liromoted by. 1Mis E. He:iIhir was concluded at-hissalooii oniWe;dnesday everiing'last, when . :the final was contested between N. Brysori (10 behind) and -Dave Pearce (25 points -start) The play, which was; of a highly in teresting character t:hroughout, was:witnessed by a large crowd . dfyonldokers:' .Botli lay ers:liad performed:consistently in all their games, and- it was anticipated, with equal luck in the run of the l- ialls, that. a close contest would result. Bryson .showed the. best - form at the opening of the game, and, playing in his customary cool manner, soon wiped off. his Sdeficit,:'anid was over-the 100 S when his opponent was 68. After this Pearce played far better, ar;l the balls ran a:. little more kindly for him. Hek-ept pegging away, and gradually-reduced his op .ponent's lead,-but the task of a overhauling him was too great, and when 150 was called Bryson was hailed the winner by. ...

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GERMAN BATTLESHIPS GOEBEN & BRESLAU IN THE ADRIATIC. GERMAN SOLDIERS STARVING. They Surrender for Food. MELBOURNE, Monday, 2.30 p.m. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 11 August 1914

GERMAN BATTLESHIPS GOEBEN & BRESLAU IN THE ADRIATIC. GERMAN SOLDIERS STARVING. They Surrender for Food.: MELBOURNE Monda .30 p Thek Germans at Nomne late made anuiinresisting suiendei of South:Togo Land; to ,8 iniles fr;bni the coast. The Timnes m..inilita?y :odrrest p?ondeht.suggests that the colonies should rise and capture the Ger man coloniial pb??sessibns, addingI that if it is done i?: must bej done' quickly; then' if p~eace : comes& about, ,Britain wouldl have .some thing to exchange. NH.e states that Aiistralasia is perfectly ca-pable pf capturing the Bisinarolk A rohi pelago, and reducing Knio haw; which is becoming a nes.t of mun:ur dnrard and damrnnda.Q Ronie, Sunday l:iSemIiap6hore messages repoit t he German battleships Goeben: anid Brla in the Adiaitic. London, -.Sunday .. Aiforce oif Austrians is reported to be'in the vicinity of Pola . :: (The French carried the eartI' works at Altkirch after a fiei-ce bayonet charge. The Fren bh troops have reached M...

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