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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 September 1914

SMOKE 'DRIFT .:?M ada.m~e .'M el b a-<: is-t o-?:pl ant a, day'n The .cost ofm? oernbattles, w.orks out at0aoii.t £1200 per man -killedt During the pastl2 motih O.TT omiimonwealt "note iastsue totals £6,345 .Bai :-d92 - SAt the'battle of Waterioo, out of 1860001 men engaged 46,000 were :killedl3> ; @& dTo d4 (Tuesday)iisa a Wttle y The popularity of the fixture is tincreasing a:g Within the next? few eesl cotton-wodb'will he worth its weight in gold Tha Banik of England at the piresenttiime holds £42a,743,000 iii coin and bullion. · 9: : Th ere are n·ow:0 in:: circuil .tin nearly £12,00 b000 wo6r w ortho o:nl monwe?iilth notes?. in the bittles of -the lati cien toryo500tio 600 ibullets were fired for every man killed. SSoldiers figli?t no'6wiwitith deadlieir weapoins but tthey are als " be' lilind better defences, >'>:.?:- - 'orFtho pa~stA;seven- motiths :ourii ool expoxt3 showc a deciease to the valu'eo$f £1,350,802. :". :::. .:;hIe RIilway D6pgrtmfiilt ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Leongatha Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 September 1914

l:··!9,,t h·aeLepongath Teehn Exchange. Fllowing are the numbersand names of subscribers i- 1 Shire of Woorayl' Office ;:.i: 2-lButter Factory, and miandagers - - rresideue. :.8 Co operative Society's Store:: . i4:W. WG. Walker, storekeeper . Peck & Sons, auctioneers. 6. M?M.Molloy chemist ~7~.: P Johnson, butcher.: i: 8.Dr. HIowden,: physician. 9. Nurse Morris, private hospital 10 L airdner & Co. ironmongers. 11. Colvin& Co., drapers. 12. AS B. Edney,-storekeeper . 1B3 Rossiter S& Co., STAR.Offioe.? 14Pearce & Jairatit butchers 1i5l? 5Maddern;Commercial Hotel ''16 ~Neal ;Bro~s, ;atorekeepers. 17i, RBair?.tago Hotel. 15 B aderist ,agent - 19. urse Goo? private hosopital. 120 Rev P: ??. Coyne, Presbytery. "81'-3W. Rumpf, p rattin residence 22 J McFarlane coaclibuilder. 23 B Mcfffamara; baker. 24 HcKelly ? i deirtaker-: :,25 Jino ll.ardi ~,iprivate residence :26 Dr. Pern; physician. - 27 E. Cole, auctioii mart. ?28 MicCartin & Co., aucti...

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THE WAR. NAVAL ENGAGEMENT. GERMAN BATTLESHIPS & CRUISERS SUNK. OTHERS BADLY DAMAGED BRITISH SHIPS ALL AFLOAT. BELGIANS SWEEPING GERMANS BACK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 September 1914

'THE WAR. INJVAL ENGAGEMENT. GERMAN BATTLESHIPS & ? CRUISERS SUNK. O;THERS BADLY DAMAGED ; BRITISH SHIPS ALL - AFLOAT. BELGIANS -,SWEEPING :-:GERMANS BACK. London, Friday. i The Press Bureau states that the British fleet 6f destroyers on Friday, -; su'pported: by cruisers, attacked:Gernm~an vessels in Heli goland Bight? Of-the latter, two destroyers and two cruisers were sunk by the British. -The Admiralty announcement states that a strong-force of de stroyers, supported by • battle ships, cruisers, and light cruisers, co-operating with" submarines, attacked a number of German destroyers and cruisers off the German coast. The:British de" stroyers :are -all afbfoat,- aid Ye :turned from the engagemient in good ?irder Many of the Ger man- destroyei's were badly dam aged. The first light cruiser squadron meanwhile sank the German warship Maintz and the cruiser Kolnglass. Another cruiser dis" appeared in the heavy mist that prevailed. She was on fire, and in a sinking condition ...

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THE BUTTER MARKET. ADERESS BY MR. A. W. WILSON. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 September 1914

~TE1BUTE M RKET ADERESS BY MR.A W WILSON sadiness ,was suipant id-dd:, f os r I-f·· a bar :b :1 h~ols 6 f.q:,th~ O~fifii;;- ~r';i'ai ?i??o.i!ne inof tih i og nathier- f torylen: b~itukday .:Wfitoheapro Mr Wi so.n mange oheip and SaupiortCh expig ress hisi views-on theexprt of.th e bcomu g seasoun's-buttr H~-· - ,sidi that theg peonles were lpistangi throughd str-enuous-times, for the great.wa as affesting bn opera-. tionis in Ausitrlia Wha effect thewar would haphve? n h t he utftr maiket it l wee: t diffidult:. to isay ithd the SiberiaI? u pplier lo.cked up, the hortage- on the- Londo market shouild mean good pices far Adstralian bitter Ma?it oa- therd factors goidrned ithetk sit tif . on. The Imfuperial~ Parliamd entt! head stated its inteiitioniof stainding behoind lsthoe s hanks to e-:ip then wheels of the financial machinery in motiond . Theipremiers,halso ;of the seiveral States had miade ak similaionpromaise regardink ti;e Aus tralia? dianks. Withthe prospect oflthe ocean hi ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 September 1914

E· S ALAA ·:Member ot Mav be-'onsuted' daily (exep as under)-; .~.!arwn Lwer £neday Setemer ~· · DENTISTRY._i''1 t-;Ni... 4McGOWANand?.DUE ~~~ec;dd y te enalBoad f ic ~Ki~AlG~ases~f Detis~y.: Panlssexrcton, / ~si~~Kour 9am to;p S tu·, I·i~~:~:~";~uau ~ rdas 9 ` a o ; :-. ,., c- o~itertln Cra~;tig s BuldingsBair-Sreetv * -Leongaha, and ir-~-326 iMi~~t&ilvern Road, ..I'rhrn J. H-ALL &COO (LATE NEAL BROS.),........... A Few Special Bargains For This Week.' Men's OiiSk'n Coats (all sizes), 0s 6d 15s 6d and 20s (This Line is Worth Inspection). Men's Strong Working Shirts, Is 9d. Men's Crimean Shirts, a splendid range, 4s I~d. Men's Fashion Shirts (all sizes), is I~d. Men s Cotton Tweed Trousers; 3s 6d pair. Dress Tweed (double width), 1l0d yard. Colored Flannelette, a big range, all to clear at 6d yard. - White Twill Sheetin g, 72in, is3d yard. Unbleached Damask, 10%d yard. Bush Rugs (large size), 4,s lid. - Flannel, Natural and White, is yard. Colored Bed Quits,4s 6d. SH...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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GERMANS SLAUGHTERED BY BRITISH INFANTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 September 1914

GERMANS USLAUGHTERED BY :BRITISH INFANTRY. Sergealit A. Lestiss, of the Bri tish artillery, states that when their ;batteries opened fire the Germans were unaware that the British:h;ad dug themselves into good shelter--a trick learned from theBoers.. Then the German in fantry came along the British frorit, a solid block of men, whom it was imposible to miss. The Germans rushed like mad men upon the British- trenches. The bulk of our troops continued volley firiig ;but the crack inarks men indulged ih i~dependeIlit firs ing-another tWick learned from the Boersa and nanyi of the Ger" man leaders were thus accounrited f?." A final lPiail of bullets and a- byonet charge swept the fqe back to their qriginal ]osition. Advices from Qstend state that the B]elgians are gradually forc ing ,the Germans .back on Brussels, and have re-captured Malines.? Eighty thousand Belgians have reached Valvorde. ,The Geimans are entrenching to thie north of Brussels. They have withdrawn arin . army corps fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 September 1914

M Car~tinrCoS Leongatha. SSheep andiCaitle Salesmen, Stock, StationI, and& Fiiucial CATTLE SALES1.' 1' h, Th"ra: Friday Agust 6 220 14 28 September 3 17 ;. 1125 --.October .1 1:l5 -29 ' :-9 23- , ::December ...10 24: . 4 18 S Denotes First Sale SAgents forSan .I ire 'Office ;Colonia :.Mutual Life;' National..Trustees, Execu tars and'Agency Co. 'Head offibce Leongathai ;Branch office Korumburra . Lans Negotiated., Phoine 28,' Leongatha. OR NEXT SALE' ON Tb.-THURSDAY 3RD SEPT. :SPECIAL SALE OF CATTLE. LEONGATHA. uThIursday, September 3,:'14 16[cCARTIN. & CO. (in con]unc S tion with L. A. FAIRBAIRN & CO.), will offer for sale. on the above date at 1 p.m.- On account of Mr Landale, "Boo ro6l, who has to make" room for sheep from the North--,:. . 150 Bullodks,1 4 years, a really choice lot, three*-quarter .fat. . Also, on acc'utnt of owners from Northern Districts 100 Bullocks, 3yr old. 34.Bullocks, 3yrs, Shorthorns. 170 Steers and Heifers, 1 and 1. years. 90 Cows...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 September 1914

-- ------- cRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY TEMPORARY PREMISES IN 1SNELL S B3UILDINGS * z· lTw'~ o Dors~ From Old Corner EWRStock Statiofnery, OCon fctionery aid iSchool Books to hand,: together: wih ourliusual supply of Newsipapers and M ag zines: Tickets for Eight Hours and D uids' Art Uniona Do You Wait Good Value For Your Money? PRICES RIGHT. SIF SO', AL-ON T. HCOCHRAN, Years-with Robfison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS, O. ppersmiths, Etc.) -LATE. R. H. SIMON, . PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA,-T. FTOR the Following Lines:-TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and lla Iron ' ."Work hin connection with Houses and Farms. Windmills. supplied .-and erected. Dairy Utensils manuiactured on the premises. Cycles, new. and second hand), Cash or Terp?n .Sundries kept in'stock; good assortment. Repairs of al descriptions promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron andt Other Metals) done Sewing Machines repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. : . :. HOT and COLD WATER,. GAS;, STEAM, REFRIGERATING, and--'-%: S...

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MARKETS. GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 September 1914

M'A'RKETS~ ; IPPSLANPM GCQ POPERATIVE : SELLING CO.S .0 iBPORT':P Butter Choice selling Tat 11½d, seconds lid diryt and separators l0d oolOld Cheese -Neu loaf; 7?4d t6o7,d miediul ~4d less, m ature d l;dtoO110d, excepting w hite matured at 9d to 9d. Eggs Market reimains it 9%d ·d1uck :.:eggs ,lOd : too 10 d. 'Bacon i igi~ sid::s'd 10d ;:medium weighlts" 9:?dh,'i::heavies 8/di mhiddles IOd ie katsk 94d.?: Hams O10d - to lo!?aj Wheat~- ? 4 8d. Oats --iilling: 3si ?ldi feed 2sdi lld to 3s-Maize-Primbe dry Fai t Rekd 3s 10½d, occasionally 3is lid. ChalffPrimie eaten £4ls, 0primei heh lte £: 5s t::"o £43s 6d;bd, vith nimdi dl6ow ?wtoi -£3 15@s ?Potatoes PieCarmans arei : ielliigf ati £5ls, eedhige Snowflakes to £5vs Ecsidors and Brownells£ d 5sto £410s medfium pot'atoes-i ~to i'%4r On;ions rAt £ i"eo 9.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 September 1914

At the annual meeting-of the Leongatha Butter Factory on Sat urday last, a resolution was carried that twenty-boxes of butter be for warded * to; Melbourne for use of the Australian Expeditionary force when on rheir journey to England. At; a !public6 mieeting held at Dumball?inii connection with the patrioticni movement, .~ subscription list wa opentd :to augment,. the Lo: d-Miayors' und i th: city. £20 owas collected in, the room. .Mr H ~Dicksoitiwlas!appointedisecd r~etary anid lMlr[John Hay itreal-. suirei Meesrs:"H;I Dickson', E. Seer ; T. HI Buttterworth &W iB. Hughes alnd V P Quick were ap pointed collectorsB The niext meete ing will be held on September 12 SThei election ofn , apr.si the Shire of Woorayl will take place at( the monthly meeing of the councilon Friday next Australiani Hfistory Gis thle title of the ?niiversity Extension Lec ture to beeheld in th Leongatha M echanics'Hail o ?, orrow. ven WA? e'wryliin~trestiing denionstra tibon of Jthe Kindergarte ?zii' ...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 4 September 1914

Outrwbyteir ~vict~ory·~ overi Korui ilml urra on, siatu diay Ilast gained die distinctioi of beinga minor pFremie's for: t::lied, seaseo. Thiesemi final wqiltbe played be f~en: :Korumburira·zand, Loch, the winners of the_- match li:w.iill pllay Outtrim- in the final,;? the latter liaviug the:' right to? challenge ;if' defealted

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 4 September 1914

A mixedifoursomes was played on thei leongathia links ont Wedl nesday aftiernoon andwas won by Mr :GregoryF and Misss ? iCa?p beha,'llwit ah netsCore of. 47! The:"7??9?5 reults were as under Gregory and Miss Carpbell 57 1:,;77 :40,5 Friaer and Mrs Faaser 1.4?6~?84 Lobb and Miss I·attle 6:7"6 14 506 Ke~iiuiho and Missi Spencer 6::81850 Shaw srrasd MrsCole 70 19 51 reaird andMiss Sabksl . 9:2l'?:52 Tarrant and Miss Tarrant 877 24 53 Purbrick and MrEis Sayers- 72 18 54 Ednery and Miss Shields 71 17 54 Foote and Miss Hassett :.73 ? ?17 -6 McNhiughton and Miss Shaw 74 18 58 Begg and Miss Salmon 78 22 56 Tarrant and Mrs dutherland 81 24 57 Atchison and Miss Leask 81 22 59 Gregory and Miss Hughes 80 21 59 Mesley and Miss Prideaux :81 40 61 Macdonald and Miss Bond --83 20 63 Fraser and Miss Howden :: 178 le 63?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 4 September 1914

E.;, ,IS. CALLANAN:I ?M"ose, ednsab etmerr160- ,7 .. etralian College of Dentistrily ad M:.. elbourhe Dentalio ?s?ital.-. McCARTINIST., ::;-~i':;':-SaitEONGAurdyI THAt9 DETST, Mav1 be conisulted dailsyi -. ( exit as under)- F.ieh Crieek, Tuesday, SeptembiSr 8.: Meeniyan Tuesday, eptembiei5~. . Foster, Wednesday, September 16 - - Stonfy Croek, Tuesday, September 22. DENTISTRY. McGOWAN and DUE (Recorded by thil Dental B oard of Via tori). All Glasses of Dentistry Painless eitractions, 6 aurdaur ysm. to 6 p t9p ~Craig sl Bu~ildings BairP Streeti;: eiiongatha;, ad 3-2 MalveirR a Wolfe's Schnapps the World's Nightcap. Buy Wholer Bottles. - Leon gatha. WoorayI Private Hospital Corner Peart nand Bellingham Streets 5 LEONGATHA THE. MISSES MORRIS. (Certificated Nurses). SURGICAL, Medical and Midwifery k cases received. Leongatha Private Hosptal Church Street, Leongatha. MISS F. GOOD, 0ERTIFJOATED NURSE, MEMBER -ifedioal, Surgical and Midwifery Patients received. ~ Richard Little Barrister an...

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MAN'S PARADISE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 4 September 1914

BYa PSoR RUdSSELI. . eoriwl (mea1 e t13)h He piae: of --. fe g-lorious .;(isa8: l~~ 13) ~·H e saidrl - · -. Ta.ryadise is :anbther. n.-riame for -Eden, ther :-- ibode of.'blises' :- . It. was lost through thie ')in of .our: first S.parents,-but the gra cious promise of our g. reat Creator is that elthis, -condition -of Siearthlylbliss shall be S:ire-established; and that' the whole earth V shill become the Paradise:;-'of God. : eaven :i . uoa'ri Sfrhron lli arth iP LLAISTORARUSSEL His footstool; and- He assures us, "I will make. the place of My feet glorious," "in -due time.' ow: this will be done is the Gospel message. SThe .Divn~ie-promise ito :Abraham, that ill the families. of the -earth should be blessed through his Seed .includes' the thought of man's full iestoration to Divine favor-as before he sinned and came under : he curse, . or-.sentence;, of- death.- The Jews hoped that Messiah would come and constitute their .nation the earthly- king dom of God, and- re-establish Para...

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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 4 September 1914

SSPORT AND PASTIME. - THE TURF, -. ..' Races will beo held at- Caulfield to-mprrow, when the principal race to be decided will .:be: the Meinsie Stakes in which: seiveral Ciup -horises are :engaged. - The following selections m·iy be near the mark HURDLE RACE. Bonnie George . 1..1 M:i:ountaiin Heather ... 2 The Vet 3. . - DOONA TRIAL. - - Molang -- . ...§1 Defence . 'Fortuinea's Differ .. 3.- - STEEPLECHASE. Flash Jack>.. ... 1 Altar Boy.........2 Moonbarra ... ...,3 H.EATHERLIE.HANDICAP.. Meritus ...< SDe Gamtna - - ... ( .-;. -2> , Gladwyn~ .. 3 CORINTHIAN HANDICAP * Eishon . 1 Boulogne 2 . :: :Golden Goblet ... 3: .:-MEMSIE STAKES. n:- Anna Carlovna ...-1 Newberry . .. Andelosia .. . 3 WELTER. Golden.Wire . .1 Lord Walla . .2 ' Tisno . . - ... ..' -3

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Court of Petty Sessions. TUESDAY, 1ST AUGUST, 1914. (Before Messrs Hassett and Edney, J's.P.) CHARGE UNDER THE GAMES ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 4 September 1914

-~TUE~~hY~sDAY, 1ST AUUSTi~ 194.I (Before <-Messrs .Hassett :anrd CHARGE UNDEI? THE "GAMES? ACT. J. H.Rawson, inspector-u1nder the Games i~ct, prdoceeded ageainst Stanley Pri'or on a c:? aiarg e ofl-:g , shooting a flhrush which bird-is protected, throughot 6 th6e:.year. Mr Rawson conducted the case for the Crown, aid i:Mr R: Lit;ftle appeared for-theacofcsused .: :?:? E. W.5 Johnson, assistanit. in spector, stated:, On S u~nd 1r;i6 th: August h- e wa about hialf-a mile from Leonigathia, a:iid: ?eard shots fired,. He~ saw Prior alitnd IKenB. Little.: The former agd thie -gun i A thirrush was shot, and iFryer; wheni spokei:ito iby. him i(witless) said he did niot kino? .:the bird was protected,andihiife was sorry he shot it .-Little said thl e blird was shot flying. :iPrioir asl?d thi~ at ino action be takein but he (witness) said thiat it was noit .in his?owoer to preverit a prosecuitio f.or fo the matter .wouldlbe placed intlie hands of the iinsiect:r.of:fisheries. (The ...

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Mr W. J. McLean at Leongatha. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 4 September 1914

Mr W.JD: M'cean : at Leon i::';:,On.Monday.,evening': :last:Mr J. McLoean oe: of-the Libiral six runnirig f6 trhe Senateb poke hinthe Mechanics' .Hall, Leoni igatha, -.whenhithere was a ood Sattendancel. MT; W.' Rus.ill- occu - p.iedd theli'ech air, arid in troduced tie -s- speakery. -After a few prefatory remarks Mr; . McLean, stated that. one of.Austra " n'as:igreatest ..requiremets was-?ad S: tl'-'"L.tnalpjoulaýtion., ' Mr,:- Cook ' the' -:;..Pifime Minister;,-had offered to sub -sidise the tates to:the extent-. of -£13O;,0 00 per annum .for.' that nurm .- -e. - ..:..e previous Ministry: had :resolitely .et its face - against all -forms of. immigration. There wer Inly .4,000,000 persons in Australia .to defend 3,000,000 square miles of c..ountty with a coast line. of 8 s, :tliousand' miles. :, The fringe of the -continent was peopled, .the rest ivas m ine eJy. a large breeding-ground for r _.. bists.' When the population of th e.United States was only three mil .lions they petiti...

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Commonwealth Elections. POLLING DAY : SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5TH. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 4 September 1914

dCommonwealth-Elections. PtOL;ING DAYAY SABTURDAY: i .- SEPTEMBER 5TH.i-~ . lIt isireqiiested that every man and woman record a ?rote, which is the only means <f sliowfiiing that they take an. interest:in thi e ::w.el. fare of Australia.:. . I~:t is essential that.electors vodte for 'six Senatobrs,"and i:ne mtember for the House ofRepresnhtatives. By voting for a'niy imore or less the ballot paper will be invalid.. . Tihose:: ho irish to see the Libeal Gorernmnent returned should ,be careful to vote for.: the Liberal six, as vill be done by the followe?rs of the LaboF Party. for- the six they desire to be returned. to ipowverin the Senate.. To vote for only, fi;e is to assist :the other .side. Th~e ?ab:,r Party works with -%yst?in , and' .will- not .throw awvay :votes. r'his should b'e adopted by tlhe. Liberals; : ' : :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 4 September 1914

NANTS OF LINOLEUYI & FLOOROLOTHS. SPECIAL BALE AT . H. COLVIN & 0O.'S, s. H. COVI · OO.'8, mian of Linoleum 6 feet wide. Remnants of Linoleum 4ft. 6in. wide. Remnants of Linoleum Jft. 9ing d SRernanta of Linoleum .5 feet wide. All at special prices to clear i--~3s: &-,--,· Alieon he ocean wave, A hoine on the rolling deep, ;',.:, : May ble all very finie for a: mariner brave, Witlih none but himself to keep,- :'l Yo, Heave OI Bnt Thea Id:land lubberb .. bold?; · W?iho .from couig h'and fiomcold,':, Has a wife anid six'kids to se:dre, With a cottag gimus t do iAnd a bottle or two Ot Woodie Great Peppermint Cu Woods Great Peppir ermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never .fails, is6d ::ooTBALLs I FoorBALi !--The: inter is at hand, and our new stock of. Foot balls are opened out. W have -a large: 'ariety ast 3s; 3s 6d, ?, si s 6s Gd7s:: 6d 10s 6d, 15s bd, with finest quality.blad ders, Phoniographs, 'GGramophones;Ac. corbideons,. Concertinas,-: and Mouth OrganPsi ...

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CONFLAGRATION AVERTED. FIRE IN LEONGATHA MECHANICS' HALL. PICTURE FILM IGNITES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 4 September 1914

CONFLIGRATION ' "ERTED. FIRE IN LEONGATHA ME CHANICS' HALL.. .:..~. . . . . .. / : : PICTURE FILM IGNITES.1, Sooni after commencementof the picture entertaitnient inthe Leohgath a Hall last ?.igh t a filim in the s~lcijaially :co nstiructed irion cab;inet-over the d0oo caughit fire. The audiehnce wasnot;lrgiarge,ad a getnerralrush wa s made for the6 door:s. ?Th·e operator considers that the fire was caused thirough :'a conibnection: blowing og?it;.?wh[ich set fire toi a film tunderntlie man chine.: He rstibid foir water, bhut in a few secondsi the filmi on the machineo also i-ignited, and :.the cabiid?t :was ::itmediately .fille'd with. the blaz'e.: Theibiri:gade was quickly ini attendance aiind tihe fire was stopped before it got a hold of the ceiling of .the,.hlll.o butj tlei cibinet was gutted arid the pic ture. plknt; :valuedl att about '£200, ruiled., Th'e.: operito w asb urnit a~bbujit the arms in tryingy tio sub due flanmes.

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