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Court of Petty Sessions. LEONGATHA, AUGUST 11TH. (Before Mr Cohen, P.M., and Mr Kewish. J.P.) DEBT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 August 1914

-Cour6t ?f" P etty Sessions. EioNm rTHA, AUGUST 11TH. Before Mr Cohen, P.M. ard Mr - ewish, J.P.) - DEBT CASE. SD. Nicholson v. R. B Eriand son.-?-Claim. for £40, goods sold and delivered.::. Mr Sutherlanid for defeiidant; ino apperarice ofcobm plainant. ;The: case: was, struck out, withi2 22 costs' gaiiist cmn plainant. - SH. McOartini & .'cCoV.. 0John Waide.-Claim for £13 19s, goods and chattels sbld.; Mr Lititle for 0omoplainant, Mr Sutheirland for defendaCi i t :-Te aefence waas .that :Daniel Faide and John Waide were not Li parttership.:. iHugh : McCtOatin, stock and tation agent; stated . He knew ). and J. Waide.:' He saw both n reference: to the account owing by them" for stock, &c., bought at Murdoch's sale. , John Waide lad previously bought some stock i his yards, and he .told him defendant): that .he could not land over the stock to him with-: out payment, and lih'e got -ob streperous. ~'The :Itwb Waides .vorked a.fa'rm at PPouind Greek'.. arid dealt :toge...

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CO-OPERATIVE DISPOSAL OF CARCASE MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 August 1914

CO-OPERATIVE DISPOSAL OF CARCASE MEAT.-" Please note, we have now well appointed and com modious premises for the disposal of Vealers and Porkers. Forward any you have to us for sale. Highest prices guaranteed, and remember you partici pate in our annual distribution of bonuses.-The Gippsland and Northern Co-OperativeiSelling Company Ltd., 49, Flinder~ Lane, Melbourne,

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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 August 1914

THE WAR;^- ^ 7'iThe:" Pall Mall Gaette -states that ai official .message haslbeen recedfed to itlie effect that ithie. Geimans are trying to iinundate the country .in- the:. vicinity- of Scille . and'. iBalley, ;:in order; to delay the geieralFfiecih advance on Altkirch-.' I . Frenchlmeroplane, iriddled by bullets, the aviator himself being wounded in the thigbh, has ieached. Belfofiti ' . :. A Germanl hoitelkeeper in- Paris has been idiscoverid to ?hiae a wireless equipnienit :upon the roof of his premises. - Prince .Geoige, thei Kaiseris nenhep.w is al ~sineri ait Brsefls It is reported 1iat, the K aisei has gone to Aixla-OChapelle?I: The Olympia in. Londoni has been made a concenti'ation caimp for the guardinig of Germans aiid Austrians, 300 of :whom have been interned there, -maniy of them having beent arrested-wheii onli the point of leaving for flie North of EniglanidT: . The police have -discovered wireless appaiatus in the houses of several ,Gernians- in Lonidoin and suburbs...

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Leongatha Fox Terrier Coursing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 August 1914

Leongatha Fox Terrier: .: Coursing Club. -,A comnittee meeting of the above club was held at Bair's Hotel :on :Wednesday evening, when there were present--Messrs D. VD ,Gray-. (in .the chair), A. -Bair, .R. Liddle, N.- B. Fraser, H. -Atkin, S.: Maddern, Hartley anid thbe : secretary: (Mr Geo. Hewett). :'T he minutes -; of thei previous iheeting. were confirmned,:on h -the motion o:f Messis Fraser and ,H artley.: ., :: . , : =.: , ..": A letter was read from the De partfment of Lafids and Survey, re trustees of the recreation reserve, stating that: the appointment of tife gentlemeh electedi wpuld be published- in the Government "' Gazette." '' ' The secretary stated, that be harl writtAn to varin?o ilnaE rn garding rules, and hadl. received a copy of the :. South Australian Fox Tei~rier Club. .: : A .question thatt arose.was the weight and class.of the dogs that would be allowed tolcompete, ;-and it was.decided on .the. motion of Messrs Fraser and Hartley-that there: be :three classe...

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Quips and Quiddites of the Man in the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 August 1914

Quips and Quiddites of the ,-.Man i`the Street. - (BY PODARGUS.) j ..Thbeart bf conversation is.dying. out:. the ,science of .repartee .isl dead, and there are signs that we are approaching an .ageof silence, when -man will be a speechless animal. No-doubtthe women will. still keep on talking. In regard to men, it canhe seeeiby. any man on the street that we are eitlpr so self-interested in our ,.?ip little affairs, or there is. nothing ?n the world .worth ?talkinri about.?-ex cept the affairs of our neighbours. Men pass one another with..a nod and .a miuttered" Mornen!" sup posed to. be a salute meaning Good Morning,' if proi?erly. pro nouinced. The butcher boy-.comes along :'and :sings out " Chow l" very- appropriate, no doubt, to . some of the stuff supplied, which is often too touch to chow."iThe baker has. a war- cry that cannot be translatea into print: not be cause its wicked, but because it is not understandable. And so on all down the line. Such aresome of,th.e signs-of, de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 August 1914

J. T. LARDNER - . L::; and; Commission, and Insurance - Agent. i. Bair street, Leongathai.B:; AGENT Ifor; oya o Insurance o J.1 TO BsIN9, '..the - " ·-STONY CREEK, ·-.. 'i)~:iR A S hbeen appointed Agent' for: -LIIVERPOOL, LONDON AND G.LOBE INSURANCE. CO. i:;: Fire and Accident Poli'cies issied M::-?:- ::- itohell's Machinery e Agent for TURNER BROS. CYCLES. "--Horses and Vehicles for: Hire. :_?:'?:i ',.?;'.,::?? :::? :i?,- -: ."::... : = :. ' :' ].: : ' -:'? ; 7 :::: Wolfe's Schnapps" the - World's Nightcap. Buy Whole Bottles. HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY. GOOD COUGH MIXTURE RECIPE. iBy a Qualified Cheinist. -. A splendid medicine that is good for coughs, influenza, colds, and . sore throats can now be made Quite easilyv at home. There is no boiling, or bother, or fuss of-any kind. Get one bottle of IHehn's Essence from your chemist and. mix with sugar; treacie and-water, as per simple directions. This will give you a pint, or about eight eigliteenpelny bottles of wa'm ing, soothing, stimulati...

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District News. MARDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 August 1914

District News. MARDAN. The annual meeting of the Mdrdan Miniature RifleClub was held on Wednesday evening, 5th inst., at Mr J. G. McKinnon's residence. Present-Messrs Jas. Darling (president), J. G. McKin noti, W. E. Steele, P. J. O'Malley, R. Coulter, C. W. Dickers, J. O'Malley-, G. Patter,: J. Scott, R.R Gardner, R. Davis, G. S. Davis, HI. Potter, E. Potter, A. Steele, T. W. Coulter, Jas. Hogan, G. A. Funnell; J. H. Potter, senr., R. L. Watson, H. H Ournick and J.. B. Campbel l.' After confirming the minutes of the first general .meeting, the balance-sheet was read' and adopted. Mr W. E. Steele was appointed chairman pending the electionr of officers. Mr A. Steele nominated Mr G. Potter for president, and ther'e being no other nomination, he was unanimouely elected. The other. office-bearers ap pointed- were : ---.Vice-president. Mr J. G. McKinnon; secretary, Mr J. B. Campbell; treasurer, Mr P. J. O'Malley; .committee, Messrs JAs Hogan, F,. F. J: Hulls, W. Hyde and C. G. Steele; a...

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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 August 1914

S SMOKEB DRIFT. Queensland wheat last year averaged" 13334 bushels per acre.. - In Queensland maize is the principal crop among the cereals. The wool market has gone all to pieces in . consequence of .:the war. . ;. : Australia is largely dependent for prosperity .upon ,the, wool clip. , The visiting British Scientists are nearly at the end of their stay at . Adelaide. The London building strike has been settled, and the men have resumed work. The Science Congress Party consists of 320 persons, nearly half being ladies.. ... .. 'Services on the export of food routes from IDenmark to England has been resumed: S':Dr' Riley, Anglician Bishop of Perth, is chapliri-geieral_-of the forces in West Auistralia. - -In each of the States legisla tion is to' bie :enacted .to prevenit the cornering of foodstuffs. :Owing to the w;art the big station owners-have to;mak'e arrangements t1: hold thisseason's wool clip. : SIn~INeTw Zealhind money fir th'e Eipire Patriotic .Futid:isconming in at the ra...

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SCRIPTURE STUDIES. THE SIN OF INGRATITUDE [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 August 1914

SCRIPTURE. STUDIES ~9HE :ISIN OFEINiitxUILLDS 'Text: "0 give thnnkl into t e Lord; for He is good; for liii sIercy endureth for ever" (Psalm ei.,,x1., i.1 I Inraititude is one of the least excusable sins.5 Ilt, ala, it is e?irywhelre.- -mani . festced! Richl " and poor, learned. and ig n:oraot appoar to be growing in the spirit iof . ingratitudc, dis content, -.murmuring, i- n the face of the world's greatest' blcss lings- With the dawning of the new era. God seems to be fTo U SHuowCnrig ulessiligs .verywhere. "lle openeth His hand and sat isfieth every living thing"-except rebellious man.. The more blessiings come to man, the more intelligence he attains, the less lie seems to recognise the Source of his favors. The day. of the world's greatest favors is the- day .of its greatest discon tent. LESSONS FROMI THE IDUTES. The brute creation look up to man as -their god; for the Divine arrangement is that man should be the Lord of beasts, fish and fowl. Man was made in the like-. ness o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 August 1914

.iM'Cartin & Co Leongatha. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, Stock, Station, Land & Financial S Agents. CATTLE SALES, 1914. ": Leongatha. Korumb'ra. :.? Thurs Friday. ; August . 6 20 ...4 28 SSeptember ... 3" 17 :. 11' 25 October .;.. 1 15 29 ':9 23 November ... 12 26" ;. 6 20 ; December .. 10 ;24:. ...;: 4 18 "Denotes First Sale. - : Agents for Sun: ]fire Office; Colonial Mutual Life; National Trustees, Execu : tars and Agency Co. S Head office, Leongatha;, Branch office Korumburra.I. LoansNegotiated. Phone 28, Leongatha. SOUR NEXT SALE. ON THURSDAY. 20TH AUG. : MR T. MORONEY'S Clearing Sale. LEO N GATH A; Wednesday, Sept. 2, 1914;, At 1 p.m. n/IcOARTIN & CO; have received'in 8. structionse from Mn T. MORONEY to sell by auction on the above date, on his property, 5 miles from Leongatha, his Herd of Specially Picked Dairy Gows, Machines, &c., as under: 60 Cows, Ayrshire and Jersey, mostly second. and third calf; milkers and springers 1 Pure Jersey Bull L.K.G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 August 1914

FIRE'! . Two Doors FromnOld Corner, ,EW Stock. Stationery,. Con-. fectionery and School Books tohand, together with our usual supply of Newspapers and Maga zines. , Tickets for Eight Hours' and D]ruids' ArL Unions. Do You Want Good"Value For iYour :Money? PRICES RIGHT. IF SO, CALL ON T. H.-COCHRAN, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER 1MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE R. H. SIMON, PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., -LEONGATHA, " EZOR the Following Lines :-TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and all Iron * _12 Work in connection with Houses anid 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. Repairs 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 Metrop6litan B...

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THE WAR. Melbourne, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 August 1914

T-CHE. WAR. M·elbourne, Wedhesday Evening The attacking ,force.at Liege fell into another trapi onW WednesI day. Onie of the ;fort~ hiaving heen apparently silenicoed, the: infantry advanced, ,arid :was met" byr a withering hail of bullets and was thriown: bacik with hd eavy lbss, in great .disorder". : r. ;f :The Press Bureau has cirou lia?te the announdemifl't ?ih'at the Austrians .aie .advancing 'from Cracow, on the Vistula towards Kilece, in Russian Poland, on the direct route to Warsaw. A.ccordiri to reports from Nisch, tlhe'titmporary rServian capit'al,the? Servians have captured Vardichoe and Sobruniein Bosnia, the'Aus trian troops having been with drawni. -For a similai 6eason the Montedegrin army was enabled to occupy:.. Jemicicch.. They. have joinied hands now withl' the Ser vians. - :A.? band of Uhlans set fire to French frontier town of Afleville, completely destroying it. It is reported:from St. Peters bur;g that, onu thei- orde of a German commander the Mayor of -r_ n*...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 August 1914

Nominations were received up till Wednesday last by Mr G. F. Michael (shire secretary), for vacant seats in the Woorayl Shire Council in the West, South and Mirboo 'Ridings. Or L. Donald and Gr A. McDonald were returned unopposed, but a contest' will .'take place in the West Ridingi Cr P. Johnson and Mr Arthir Siimons both having entered thee field. Election meetings Ahave ::been announced bs the .candidates. Mr, Sim mons willopen the'campaign this evening at Fairbank-at 8 o'clock. On Mondayi ' he. will :.visit Ruby, Tuesday at Wooreen,. and Wednesdiay' at Mount. -Ecoles. Each meeting: commericing at 8 o'clock. Cr Johnson will ad dress the .electors on Thursday next at Lebongatha at 3.30 p.m., and Ruby at 8; Fairbank, at 3.30 p.m. and Mount Eccles at 8 on Friday, August 21st; Monday, August 24th, Allambee sale yards' 3 p.m.' and Trida school.at 8; Tuesday, August 25th,- Kooroo man East 3 p.m., and Mardad South Hall at 8. In this day's issue of the SAan a public meeting is convened b...

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MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 14 August 1914

MEENIYAN. A ladies' dance was held :here?? on Friday evening last. A very long list iof invitations weresoot out? b:y the .com?mittee, :who de sere great credit for.. the able manner rwhic hih everything was dcarried ouit, .:Thie : decdoration :6f the hlallw? s:s excellent,: ~and very attractive. The catering was in the hands of Mefssrs -:Reeder &. Welsforil, and .the miitusic was stup p!ied :by Mr !Eggintoni::. There was a very large gathering, and it wvas genierally :admitted that it was one .of the most .:enjoyable i evfnings ever held in Meeniyan. A wviowrd of praise is due. to the is'critaries, .Miss McLaurin and Miss Price, for the splendid ar Tiangenments and:the carrying out f:the :program me. Ii iresponse to a largely signed reui?ilsiion of the ratepayers of tliieiSodth Riding, Cr Donald has allow.ed.himself to be nominated for the vacancy.

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MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. Next Date, Thurs., Sept. 3, [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 18 August 1914

SMARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATlHA.:'. Next Date Thuri.S', Sept- 3, , Up A.M. Foster (dep.) 9 Hoddle Range 9.19: Fish Creek . 9.26 Boys: ' : . :. : . 9.34: Buffalo . 9.40 Stony Creek. 9.49 Meeniyan 9.54 Tarwin. 10 Koonwarra . -10.8 :Le'ongatha: (arr.) ... -10.30:

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Leongatha Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 18 August 1914

L:-seo~ng~at~ha ·Telep~hone :· Exchange. Folloing are the numbers anid namhes oi subscribeif s .1 -S?ire of Woorwayl?- ,. ii- i. :'2.: futter Fac'try, and m: nager a '~residence.. . - 3. Co0operative Society's :Store.: 4 :W G. Walker, storekeeper:. 3. Peck & 'Sons;:auctioneers. ( 6.: J: M. Molloy; chemist ;:: iI: 7 P.: Johnsonbhirutcher. .::' 8. Di Howden; physiciani. 9. .Nurmse Morris, private hospital 10.. Lardner & Co, ironmongers. -1. Colvih & Co. drapery. 12. AE. Edney, stboiekeepe r :: 13.: Rossiter & Co.; STAR Office. 14. Pearce & Jarratt lbutchers 15. S. Maddern ,Commnercial Hote 16. Neal Bimos. stdrekeepers. .:.: 1i7. R Bfair Otago Hotel. 18. E. Manders agent. : 19; Nurse Good, private hospital..: 20. Rev.-P. J. Coyne, Presbytery.. 21. .- W. Rumpf, private residence 22. J;. McFarilane, coachbuilder,:. 23. E. `cTNamara, baker. 24. H.. Kelly, undertaker. 25. Jno.Lardiner,privateresidenced 26.. Dr Pern, physician. 27: E.. A. Cole, auctio...

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Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 18 August 1914

Postal'l:.3di InIIormation?,::.: .AUSTRALA &I TASMNANIA.: S :: . LETTERB": - S . .. -. sad Within Comnmowealth."i. :-~d all places in British BEm--:, pare, perb ounae ...O i1 Each addltional Hoz. .. 1 -POUT CARDS. S Within Commonwealth and; all places in British Em pire, single, eaoh . .. 0 1 Reply, each half ..; ... O 1 To all other places, sinigle .. 1½ Reply cards :... -... 0 3 NBWBPAPBRB. Within Commonwealth and New Zealand, for every newspaper, up to 100se. 0½ Newspapers 'printed outside the Commbnwealth are subject to maga. - zine rates of postage. United Kin~dom --Not ex "ceeding 8oz., each news paper .. ... 0 1 Eaoh additional 2os. ... 0% Foi transmission wholly by sea per Orient and P:.and O. steamers, 16oz ... 0 1 Other places, notexceeding 4o0s. ... ... 0...O1 Eaoh additional 2oz. 0 ... ½ .0o BOOKS. Within the Commonwealth, or books printed in Aus tralia, per 8os.e, or part 0½ Printed outside .Australia, per 46zs.,or part thereof. 0::0. To New Zealand, per 4oss. 0...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 18 August 1914

-is a good tonic and a use ful reme.dial bevercage. B UY .WHOLE B OTTLES. CO-OPERATIVE DISPOSAL OF) CAROASE MEAT.-" Please notte, we. have now well appointed and caJ modious premises .for the disposal o1 Vealers and Porkers. Forwardany you have to us for sale. Highest prices Sguaranteed,'and remember you partici-. pate iu our annual distribution of bonuses.-The Gippsland and Northern Co-Operative Selling ComnipanyLtd.; 49r Flinders Lane, Melbourne, - - : Woorayl Shire Pound. TMPOUNI?TED in the Woora? yl S .Shire Pound ' Baj·r :MARE, iodiuni class, branled S near shotiilder, tair afid snip, hind feet white.. If- .not claimed and -expenses paid to b sold. 12 nlioon *: : Wed-::.nesday 'nri:, e ptembr 9th 1914? 4 EDl. NELSON,I Poundkeeper. REMNANTS OF LINOLEUMS -. FLOOR'LOTHS. SPECIAL SALE AT J. H. OOLVIN & OO.'S, U. H-. OOLV/N a OO.'S, Remnants of Linoleum 6 feet wide. Remnants of Linoletim 4i. 6m. wide. Remnants of Linoleum Jft. 9in wie. Remnants of Linoleum 3 feet wide. All a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 18 August 1914

JTLARDNER ;Land, Commission, and Insurance · <: Agent, ai Street, Leongatha. SGENT for Royal Insurance Comn . pany 41 Wolfe's Schnapps" the o-: rld's Nightcap. Biuy Whol eBottleis. 4 GOOD COUGH MIXTURE. FAMOUS RECIPE USED IN THOUSANDS OF HOMES. Hean's Essence-for preparing good home-made cough mixture--is uked in thousands of Australian and New Zealand homes. It is such a splendid remedy for all family coughs and colds -and saves so, much money-io/- on every bottle used-that wherever it is - tried folks are delighted with it: "Enclosed olease find "postal note for io/-, for 5 more bottles of your valuable Essence. I have uscd it and find it a splendid mixture, and makes up so much cheaper than the cough mixture you buy ready to take. My neighbours also want, a supply.-Mrs. J. Mi. Cameron, Coraki, N.S.\V." - Get a bottle from your chemist or store to-day, and finish -ac cording to the easy directions. Then, i?E it does - not prove -the finest cough remedy for general famil...

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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 18 August 1914

Mail Service. MALLS RECEIVED AND DES PATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. To Melbourne & Korumburra 7 a.m & 3.45p.m. All stations to Port Albert .. 10.45 a.m. Leongatha South-, Mon.,Wed.,.& Fri. 11.45 a;mI M?irboo North- -. Tues. Thurs., Sat ~. 1alim. Mardan STues.: Thurs, Sat. 11 a.m. S McKinnon's R.O.- . Tues., Thurs; Sat.:: il.a.m. Wheelan's R.O.- Tues., Thurs.; Sat.. 11 a.m.. Ko: oroomnan East STues., -Thurs.; Sat., 11 a.m. M-,ardan South Tu s;, Thursi Sat, 2m. Wooreen R.O: Tues, Thuin Sat 114 a~m Francome's 10. s, T::h rs Sat 1? 0 ill .arm. Tues. Thurs. Sat. 11:40 a.m. Mount Eccles Tues. & Saturday . 12.30 p.m. -.-Iarper's R.0. S Tues. &Sa tiudclay :1i2.30opmm Tarwin to Tarwin Lower,: :: and Cashin's looae bag-::: :: STues., Thurs., Sa??. .12 noon S?tony Creek to Dollar,".... Fidge's R.O., Scott's R.O. & Mirboo Sth.- .: Mont., Wed: & Fri: 12.30p.im, Me-. eenian to' Dumbalk, -:::::: - Neroena East, Woorayl, .Dodd a's and MI...

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