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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 August 1914
'Mail S rie - MA1LS RECEIVED ?AND DES-' PATCHED FROM LEONGATHA" Closing Hour: To Melbburne & SKorumburra :' 7r .m & 3.'4p.m, All stations to - - , Port Albert :..:?: 10.25 a~m. Leongatha Soiith--- , : Mon., Wed.;& Fri ;11.45 a.m. Mirboo North--"I Tues. Thurs., Sat::::.:' 11 a.in. Mardan- ]: :-:::.:: " ;Tues., Thurs, Sat;i; 11:: all .m McKinnon's RO. --:-:--. T ues,;; Thurs, Sat 11 a iia.m. Wheela i's.o R : lTes.; Thuis;: Sat.::: 11 ai.m Koorooinan East Toes.Thours Sat 1i m Mardan:Soith- Toes., Thurs., St. 2 p rm. Wooreen R.O. S . iTues;, Thurse;, Sat :11 40 ai.n.. Francome's R.O - :,';Tues., Thurs,: Sat: 1140 dam. HogansR.O. .. :Ties., Thurs., Sat 11 :40 a.m. Mount Eccles Tues. & Saturday:: 12.30 p.m: Harper's R.0 Toets & Satuida 12.30 pt , '1 ~arw~!in to T:' Iaiwin Lower,:-i[ :j; and Cashin s loosie bag- ... iTues - Thurs. , S'i .: ::-.12 :-noon Stony Creek to Dollar, Fidge's. -RO; Scott'sa.- :.:. H.:0:-. & Mirboo Sthl.:!:: /: Mo . &a...
District News. MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 August 1914
Dt Discit News MEENIYAN. i A very Iargely attended m et ing .of the bachelors has eeji held, ancithbey have decideid to issie.- invitatio?di to;s i t ha al!?ioin September, 9th i very. strong coin'mittee has been eformined, with Mr :Ci?J;Gribbini as secretary, to makeiill arrangments At ?a very largilyiattehdid mieeting of the Meeniya-n Pro-. gress Association, heldS.on Wed nesday evening it was decided :to?o operate with the A .N.A. apd cll: aipublioc meeting to- be held on'. Saturday- Seitember 0th, :to chnisideri* waiys anad means to rhaise fuflds towards the Patriotic Fund i:pblic mmeeting was held at StonyCreek on Wednesday last in connection with the Meeniyan Ceintre of :the Bush Nhrsing As sociation:'- Mrs McHutchihson and Mri' George Charlton were nominited .for election to the cominittee. At a commiittee meet ing he!d later, these:: two were elected and welcomed by the president(Mr H Dicklson). :The financial position of the Centrp showed a slight improvement, but contribiu...
A COUGH MIXTURE RECIPE WORTH HAVING. BIG MONEY-SAVER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 August 1914
-i- --:- ,iAj~~,.i~~COUGH"MIXTURE RCIPEWORI IHAVING BIG MONEY SAVER I ourteenpence were ligo h :.p:. i-:.:?l ath what w'ould Iyou- do-leave-.it t.,:-:i.hereor put it in- yo?r p'clket?-; ".:·.~.- ?:1.-:= Every :timie- you :·lpay=, eighteenpence:. ..-. fe?::a bottle-of _family i cough -'rem?d?y yo ~ireally ::pay fourteenpence . more! .- " :, thnyou now need to. : That's a .fact thousainds ,- f-'thriftl :-::people are piroving eviery ::day. ' You:: ? , can prove it straight awvay b.y tiying this Hean's Essence recipe. : :? -.: : Into a jug-pour four tablespoonfuls: : :-:of-sugar, two of vinegar, aid alarge .brakfastcupful of water. -.,:Stiitill S- dissolved; pour into a big:bottle a'dd oiv -bottle of Hean's Essence,: and, shake all together.' This gives you a piint o?f the finest S: family cough remedy you can possiblyi buy. It means about eight'i eighteen penny bottles for little more thani thp e price, of one.'. In: other; words:: an eiaghteenpenny ,bottle costs -you :less'; than fou...
BERRY'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 August 1914
BERRY'S CREEK. On the 9th inst. a detachment of the Leongatha I.O.R. drove out for a preliminary skirmnish and met a lively crowd, anil soon got to work, Sister Wilson and Bro. Prout distinguishing themselves. Mr Dowling, one of the outsiders, brought down the house with his comics, and Bros. Phillips, Dan nock and Nye also assisted. Bro. Nye was very effective, for he captured five members, and nearly all the others will join the sub-tent when- opened the first week in September. The supper provided by Mlisses Francomne and Walker was muchappreciated.
SHIRE COUNCIL ELECTION MR A. SIMMONS AT LEONGATHA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 August 1914
SHIRE COUNCIL ELECTION d MR A. SIMMONS AT:( -f - LEONGATHAI . k':--' k 7F TOn Thursday even!ing, last l there- was a large attendance.of f ratepayers in the Leongath Halli to hear Mr Arthur Sil?rnpns?"a candidate for the:west ridingseat in the: Woorayl Shire Cdouncil;, deliver an address, Mr Rd.Little occupied the:chair.. -i Mr Simmons said that atethe invitation of a, number of ire payers, and-- in-: respons e:?:t a numerously signed requisition ieb h had consented :to-2 cont~t t -:the election for the seat iini the west riding of:· the :WooraytlS:'h ire. council. :He conisideredrihat it was a-proper thing to addre?s the ratepayers : from .the public plat:i form at:ia? council election,, It i had been siuggested to himn that ?l make a hiouse sto : house canlvass, &lt; ult (tht .was agaionst l?isi prin I oiples,; If he: were :selliig fish?-it woubild :be different; fo .he :woUid beiindepigdent but hiewoulqd .not think of going to 'a hlouse to ?ask for :a vote :He aisked itha...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 August 1914
: . : .GO LF. .: The6 following are -the players in ; the imixed :fou rsome o nri. :the 5Leongatha: links :oni, Wedndes-day: afternoni-n:-' :ý:, : . --Hep. Lardner and Miss Lardner ... 13 Fraser and Mrs Fraser . ..:. 14 Lobb and Miss Little . 24. Howden and Miss Spencer .. 'i'1 Lardner and Mrs Rowan ... : .. 14 Fraser and Miss Riggall ... .. 15 Gregory and.Miss Campbell ... 17 Edney-and Miss Shields ..I .:; 17ý Foote and'Miss Hassett .... .. : 17. McNaughton and'Miss Shaliv 18 Purbrick and Mrs Sayers :. 1 ... 18 Edney and Miss Barr .. .. 19 Shaw and Mrs.Cole .. ..19 Shiawju"nr. and Miss Grant .20 Mesley'and Miss Prideaux .. 20 Macdonald and Miss Howden .. 20 Gregory and Miss Hughese.;; . 21: :Atchison and Miss Leask ;. . :.. 22: Hogan and Miss Symmons : :....22 Begg and Miss Salmon .. ...-22 Kewish and Miss Bond ... ...22 Spencer aiid Miss Cole: -: .. 23 Tariant and Miss Tarrant ... : ..'24 Sutherland and Mrs Sutherland. .. 24
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 August 1914
M'tCartin & hCoJ *Se Leongatha. ShIeep and. attle Salesmen; SStock, Station, Land & Financial il Agents. SAeTTLE SALES, o:;;1914' 'nlr i Th, ;-turs/ .Friday Aulguist 6 20 14 28 September 3 17, 1l ;'tIn , 25" ' October 1 15 l 9 23 '; November 12 26* .. 20 December .10 - 24* . 18 ' Denotes Eirst Saleb,ý o .gents for Sun Hre Office Colonial 'Mutual Life; 1 National Trustees, txecu- , tars and Agency Co. . ;-Head office, Leongatha, f Branch offce Korumburra. Loans Negotiated. Phone 28;, eongatha. S o i NEXT SALE- - ON .TRURSDAY. 3RD SEPT. KORUMBURRA MARKET.: :Store Sheep and Cattle.. : cOARTIN & CO. will sell at Korum-, . .burra'on Friday, August 28th 500 Xbred Ewes with 100 per 'cent' S . marked lambs at foot, trucked Sdirect from Riverina, and . for . sale to the highest bidder;: also, 25 4yr old bullocks in g6od condition. McOARTIN & CO., S - s , Auctioneers. SPECIAL CATTLE SALE. i: n LEONGATHA. Thursday, September 3, '14 Sj cC ARTIN & CO. (in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 August 1914
FIRE' FIRE! 'CRAIG S NEWS :AGE NCY' ~Two Doorsii'rom Old Corner. NEW2Stock'Sationery, Con-o - fectionerya?nd School Books , to hand, together with our usual supply of Newspapersi and Maga ] zines. -.. -- i U, Tickets for Eiglht Hours' and -.Druids' Art Unious. ;Do You Want .Good Value For Your :MonQey ? -7 ::- PRICES RIGHT. IF SO, CALL ON' T-. H COCHRAN, .._-Years ;with.Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS SCoppersmiths, Etc.) -LATE - . :H. SIMON, PLUMBER and TINSMITH; &c., LEONGATHA, F OR the Following Lines:-TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS,'- and all Iron ,' -Work" in connection with Houses and Farms. -Windmills supplied and . rected. : Dairy.:Utensils manufactured on the premises. Cycles _new' ad 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,A REFRIGERATING, and' : :. : SEW...
Commonwealth Election. POLLING DAY: SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5TH. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 August 1914
Commonwealth Election. POLLING ..DAY :SATURDAY I::. SEPTEMBER 5 THA.i': Althougli tlhe war. in Europes s occupying the attention iof- the people thiough6out ..thie-w.orld"',at the. present time, the people -of Australia: shouldn'itot overlook an important eve nt that is to take place oni Saturdiayith :Septeiiber -natiely, .the iFederal Elections. Onrithaitday, a poll will,be taken to fill every;seaitlinAthe; Sen aend House 'of Representatives (except in electorates hn lie- candidates have :ibeen :retiirned : unop posed).-": / . Those who are ilikely to be :ab sent from the' electorate iniylhich they-' have the ..:privilege:' .of voting,- may_ obtain:. an .Absent Voters'paper by making applica tion tob be allowed to 'yv.te at any other sub-division SItis irequested that every man and woman record a vote, which' is the only.ikealns of showing that they taki an -interest in the wel! fare of Australia. ' . It is essential.that:elector.s vote for six Sehators, arid one member for the Hou...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 August 1914
A.patriotic concert is to l'ie held in .the. Leongatha Mechanics Hall on Thursday evening next, August 27th, to assist the appeail made by Lady, lM.unro-Fer'guoson 'to raise funds to aid the wounded in::the war in Europe. The.:commmittee appointed to6 arrange a programme have secured; the' services:: of: the leading; district artists, arid-,:it is intended that every song hbe of a patriotic' strain... It 'is -naturally expected that the hall will be filled to the doo6rs with: such a deserving object in viewi., Tickets 'admitting to the reserved portion of the halll may be obtained at Mr Geo. Ford's at 2/6 each until 7 p.m. on Thurs day. .Tickets at .2s will admit to any other. part of the hall;..:.;." ;. The only dcotest fpr a seat in the Woorayl Shire Council will take place in the west riding, when rate payers will be called upon to-vote for either Cr. Johnson oirMr Arthur Simmons. Both candidates have expressed their views on the public platform and-:theirilutteran'ces have been ...
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 August 1914
• THE TURF. - The following -lok *vell in for the races at Moonedo Valleyl to' inorrow I - Ladieos' uBracelet Hinuera-: and . GraftbnB'G=rey. Hurdle : Race'-Tho-e Vet - and Taidy. Dunalister Htandicap itabel and Lipola.: Huint Cluib Cup?-Sweedish Lad and Yeringa: Warlaby Handicap--Meerurand Mintstone.- Steeplechase -Flash :Jack a'nd Moonbarra. .Welter Honorine and Paoli. :
SPORT AND PASTIME. FOOTBALL. LEONGATHA V. KORUMBURRA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 August 1914
is SOT AND PASTIME -. FOOTBALLf e ) EONG-ATHA:.i viyKORUtMBURRi a A big ror--tIl??obui led.'-u o t?e:it SRereati Re o ary after non to witnehss ht Ply be weIen the above teamhs inantici pation oseeing a good gamle, anid thiey :wherei notdsPappodinite:dfort oth p? r:--).t hi £ifu: ii?ertt, ifrom th bounce. ih:e disisjtors very confidelit Tof wvinxirg, uI t:hey did :b?otMiargainfor :the go d S ?owi~g diosplayed-?bhej beiolt locals, whofat times fairly'ran over their :- opponents, m.ore> es peciallyia nsthe't fis:-rst-;qisrter in which they sireld 1 points tit 6, 11 of these hei- biehinds. As kthegat g roe eio aeded they. ield dtheir own,. :anvisd lhad rs-everali chances tod score', and one or:: two ridiculous shotss were : missed, uirch rto the disgu?lt of theifr sutp portersh:. iThere is i:no doubt the homie teamr should have won, and it ewas owing to their a wretched okickilng for goal that the did necit do -so The visitors generally made good uise of their opportuni-2 ties, h bu...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 August 1914
TO THE EDITOR . SIR- AtiMrJdhnison's meeting ; on: Wedinesday,; last, hbe saidt that the enigineer . :.resignfed. .Why did i't he say -liat Mr Mu m tnery movedaid ; e seconded, a ';motifoualready carried asking me to':' reisign from thlat date, which : -: motion i the President still has, . and which I didn't: tear :up as '.-ialleged. Moreover, IMr John ?..i:Henderson secornded Mr-Riggall's S,-:amendment . asking.: that the mi;.:- atter be. lield i over till: a full - meeting of the council (a fair re quest surely), which was lost. : '-Relative 'to day work- let by Mr Johnson to Contractor .Canty amounting to £9 iGs, which still :. -requires £6 or £8~ spent- to com ., pleteb itW.i When Caity .-told me - Mr Johnsbn had, instructed him , -'tproceed with the woik I was -;astounded, as I had already been o- : ordered to cease day work: by the ?-finance- committee, of which Mr Jobhnsonhwas a member. Now read the report above mentioned; and Mr Johnson in it admits let S ting the work to C...
CORRESPONDENCE. WEST RIDING ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 August 1914
;·' Z.,: :- . ·?: ¢'?? . ·,??" - ";' :i-··\ :?i- ;.- ·.' ?;"(:'." ORR!%ESPONDENCE. WEST RIDING ELECTION. TO' THE EDITOR. ?SlIR Iafir"??oilar? issued 't@u: 'the' raterpaers..' of. the 'West"'I .RidijigMr /Johrison has tried. t::-: -piilaitiihis .-work in the couincil. : f`oi tkipast:sever':years. At the iutset he is ca'reful. to mention that :at the, beginhing .Iof. the? peiriod :h:e:- was returned . unop ?osed. He- fails, hlowever, Io ;-oin-:. . elude th? fact tati at all previous elections when eli had been * a 'andidate for- the seat the rate p~ayers tiurned: hiiiim down, and that lie: succeeded :in his.. am-:, bition only when" Mr McCartin who ;had Jpreviou.s!y again and. againi defeated him,; resigned the. position, -and did not seek re election-. Clearly Mr Johnsn--"' was permitted tp -take the seat ::: which his late opponent had be .ome tired: of, and the elections' -since show. us :'that few of our able citizens are willing -to give : iip -their time tb perform the' duties o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 August 1914
REMNANTSY OF LINOLEUM8LY & FLOOROLOTHS SPECIAL SALE AT U. H. OOLV/N & CO.'S, H. OLVIN i 00.8 Remnans of Linoleum 6 feet wide. - Remnants of Linoleum I4ft.-6in wide. . Remnants of Linoleum ift 91n wide Remnants of Linoleum 3 feet wide. Al at special prices to clear. / .,--..'~ . . .. . . . . . . . BE SURE IT'S SWOLFE'S SSCHNAPPS LOOK FOR THE NAME! 7-The Ceylon Tea Plarnteir Association hasbffeed a: milliion piiounds of tea to the British trooips in~ the field. . - For Clihrohi COhest Complaints : ; Soods ,Great Peppermint Cure, is d:Gd m COOKC OF THE WL. WHILE We LIVE WeV'I1 CR0 W W W' e ahle'adin lBoot~s, an~d ·mean ""::l:.."-i):to° .stop th~ere ::.??.::' Fjotwear from': ::-:.: E Wi ROBINSON . :::;::TheLively Shboemhn. - Extraordinay vallius in ladies> -genitlemn's,? ladcildren si Boots '-' anid Shobek :. 5Hiigh1 Tomson s elebrated tWatertighit Farmers Bale . ar stocked,'and :at iPrics.: lower .thili elsewhere The la~irgest andfidiost Sup-to -date sitock in Gippsi...
THE ENGINEER AND CR. JOHNSON. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 August 1914
THE ENGINEER ANDCRm E JOHNSON~i defSi-enedisl' M·'( ?2?ii~sd ?i'¢(liS? :r;·,·.oi:7.;;l: f!6 wojk?!e THE ~~EDITOR :.~~,.` !4-?! SIR -I:reference t?lcmi to??i-3ohfi'b ? i~: hy :Mr Gray theengineerst?? Or l-..i3oiintefst hi mieetingointh Wed .-!5L needay last re the work l:et to Contractor Canty. at .Leongatha, .[?am: ino a dposition to say th:atl Mi Gryknew all abouti the work, ase came intto Mr Johinsoo's i-?::?:"op and spoke to :him oh n thhe >~iatter. I heard all the conversa *~tion. Mr Gray siaid RCauty wanted to get on with the work, aiid asked Mir Johnsonl whait he would do in the matter, and so on, Upon leaving the shop he ?:(Mr Gray) said, '"Oh well, I sup pi.: oseI- had:better lethim go on i?.with it," and Mr Johnson said, '? i Very well, --so .long as it won't cii:%:'ost too miucdh money." Thanking i ybouifor :your valuable space.-I am,&c F.? A WELLS.
MR D. D. GRAY [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 August 1914
was loudly applauded upon stepping on to the platform. He referred td councilloirs:and lhis re signation dy ?? dy:labo'u r and· the Farmers Rdad,- which wvill be found ·in· a?obtlier co-lumn ab;ove his, signature 1 :He?:als6 nide re ference to a rumor that had been circuilat6ed that he was a imeminber of the6?;tlholic Federation-., TBis he? ?:gave&.7 an :emphatic- denial, statihg ?tha~ti it, was impossible for him to bdecbme amomniber;?not being a Catholic. ::
ADDRESS BY CR. RIGGALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 August 1914
ADDRESS BY .R RIGGALL I AfterB ~termination o.f. thie mnyeet g hield by 1Mr Siimmons in the Leonigatha . Hall : OCr? Riggall laimedithe u ittention?of the rate I ayers:?MrLittle.was votedi to Or Riggall said thiat some /re ,arks had -beehn'i ade conbcerning what -he: hnad; said iri connection iththhe opresent electioni, anid he eFelt it his duty to explain matters; for it was a rcommon rumoir that he had .taken the p:ublic platf6rm as an election dodge. He-wishied to sa? distinctly that· :he had- not beenr askedb fibanyoneittotake siUh action, ffr he wished to clear: hiimself f.i the eyes :of the ratepayers concernrlig his: actiori ait the council 'table in connection with the resignation of the en ginee?i" He .was not conicerned with the 'working up of .the election in anfy way .whatever, He had stated that he would not take pait tin -the election .when-it was. staited that :Mr Simmons was being briought forward to contest the seat It was.after the dis graceful proceedings hliad ta...
Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 August 1914
Agficultural Society. A meeting' of conimittee was hel'don Sathrday.afternoon at the Leoiigatha .Mechanics' Ihstitute, when .thpre were preseht-Messrs A.-E..Nelson: (president), W. Rue; sell (vice-president), Jas. :Allis6h,. W. J. Taylor, -Geo. Williaiis, T. Weir, A. Allan, Wmn. Cashin, J. J. Willoughby, Rossitei· C. L. Brum ley, T. Riggall, .E. A. Cole, A. Siminmns iE. Nelson, S. Mogg, and :thesecretary (Mr T. M. Gibson).: M-Mess?s Willoughby and Brum-' ley That the veterinary denion stration placed on the.list of agri-: ciltural classes.be liheld. at. the High Si3hool farm on- Octbber:2nd, provrided the High School Council is agreeable. Mr- Willoughby said that the shed at :the Labor Colony. wpuld b0e placed !at thedisposal of otlho inspector if the Highi School far m could niot .be obtained. Messrs Brumley,.and Allan •That the offer of Mr Willoughby, -tbht the demonstration on Germ Life in the Dairy be :held" at th6 Labor Colony, be accepted-..-. RESOLU?TIONS CARRIEDi" AT THEi C ...