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Court of Petty Sessions. MEENIYAN SEPTEMBER 14TH. (Before Mr P. Cohen, P.M., and Messrs L. Donald, A. McDonald, G. Griffin, W. Cashin, and F. Reeder, J's.P.) BAR DOOR OPEN ON SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 18 September 1914

C:ourt of Petty Sessions. M EENIYAN SEPTEMBER 14TIIH. (Before Mr P. Cobhen, P.M., atid Messrs L.. Donald, A. Mc Douald, G. Griffiit, W. Caship, :-and F..Reeder,: 's.P): . "BAR' DOOR OP]E?1ON OSUbNDAkY. -Constable Johnson v. -Bertha Jex --OCharge of having hoitel bar at Tarwin Lower open one Sun day?. Finsd £5; with £2 58 costs.? : OBSCENE LANGUAGE " :ot stable Johnson v,. McCurry. Charge of using obscene language anid iassaulting Mr Jex at Tarwin Lower. Fined 20s on each charge, with 28s costs. "PETTY LARCENY.: ::Constable'. Jofhnsoniv J6sephi De Abel.-Charge of stea!ling. a leg: of - mubtton and soime:steak from MrB. McKitterick's shop at Meeniyan. Senitenced to 14 days imprisonment. - :Samer ?v:? Saml-e c. hairgok "of steaing .six tins: If -:l?riigsdk, tobacco aind: mithlies tfrom Phil Goobbley on 25l6 f Jul? Snenc?ined tor 14 dayshimirisonm ent.: : lEBTl CASE. B. lfMoKitlterick v Bassey. Claim foi £18 lOs, guods sold aind deliveredi ecldiot for 'imount and cost. t:h:e d hto??h I"...

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Court of Petty Sessions. LEONGATHA, SEPTEMBER 15TH. (Before Mr P. Cohen, P.M., and Mr Kewish, J.P.) THE FACTORIES ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 18 September 1914

Court of Petty Sessions. KLEaONATHSEin) TEM BER :15TH.w e (Before.Mr:e bP. he n, t -P.M., ari .Mr-Kewish,.'J.P.) : SITHEi FACTORIES ACT. .I ; J.;,T Howard;,d Inpector -of Fiact6ries ,"v Co; c-per:ative Sooiety Charge;i of ; empiRloyin . a hand (Kate _C r Ionin). at - a -lower -wage ;than allowedI by the .'Act -Mr Sutherland. appeared for tlie prose cution. Mr S.-'Mogg appeared on behalf of the Society, and pleaded guilty, :under a misapprehension. as to the amount of wages to be paid. " J:. T. Howard, inspector of fac tories, stated 'that he .visited the shop on r17th Jiuly'last, and ques tioned the employes. Kate Cronin was in receipt of 22s 6d, and wa's 23i~ years old. Her legal wage was 30s for 49 hours ;.the'arreairs were Ts 6d per week, He saw the manager, who said -that he had overlooked a clause in the Act, and was under a misappre hension aq to the wages to be paid.. Miss Oronin had upwards of six years .experience: - Kate Cronin,' employeyat the Co operative Stoie stated iS...

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CORRESPONDENCE. "ARMAGEDDON" OF THE LATTER DAYS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 18 September 1914

CORRESPONDENOCE.^ " ARMAGEDDON ' OF-THE L :: LBATTER; DAYS.. :.: TO THE EDITOR.,--::, SSi,- Now .that i events :re :hap pening in Eur6ope? fraught with mu ch- danger, to: the British, :Em pire, it seems an opportune time to drw: iattention -to what the Bible has to- say- concerning -Britain in . _the latter days " in :Ezekiel -chlip 38, 16v.---" Anid thou that coine up against; Iyi people.. ;6f Israel; as a clouid to cover thehland ;it shall-b in the latter :days, arid I will bring thee against My .laiid,: that the heathen -may: know .Me when I shall :b sanctified in Thee, O.Gog, before.their eyes." The latter days are illustrated in the iretmurn of the Jews to their own ?land .which' had been previously- waste. See Ezekiel: ,ch. 38, 8. to :i12i'. This world-wide Zionist movement, and the fact that. over 22,000 Jews are settled in colonies outside the. walls of- Jerusalem, may indicate. that we have entered upon:A the latter days. The .time does not seem -puite ripe for the .King of...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 18 September 1914

J i-; FOOTBALL.: T..:ii final match forlthe Kirum buirra -.iAssociationh: premiiership will:be playedoi the Koruinburra griind to-morrow, when iiiOuttriin and Loch li:will, again mimeet. The game between these tw o teiams?on Saturday; ist wiiasfull of iiiterest, and thlere isd:as ioreason to doubt that htei pla?t tomorrow will beý wiell worthP witnessing, and there is?surie ol-bea 1big crowd presen : when the ball'is bbunced.: ''.

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Wedding. COOPER—STUBBS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 18 September 1914

- ·- W~edding. S-. :COOPER-STUBBS.,? SSt ? Agutiines::: Chirch :of England,' Sheppartdoii, wias on September 8th the scene of a very pretty wedding.i The contracting parties were.. :Mr Harry Cooper, son of-Mr and. Mrs F. H. Cooper, forbmerly :6f Leongatha, and Miss, Ella Stubbs, ldaest daughter of Mr and Mrs John.: Stubbs, of Shiepparton. The :-decoratioiis weire carried ot .':"ipirn k: and while. Tlieichiancel was screened 6ff by pale pinlk treliis-work iiter woven with -:asparagus fern and small white roses. The ceremody was performed by the Rev. N.<D. Herring. The bride, who was givedn away by her father, wore a bridal robe of ivory satin and shadow lace, Kimona blouse and skirt of satin set into high bodice of hip yoke ofshadow lace; ovier which was draped a blouse and side-pointed:: turiic of crepse -de chene; train skirt draped in festoon fashibn at back and held with: orange" blossoms. .There were -two bridesmaids-Miss Olive Stubbs and Miss L. Cooper. They wore pin...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 18 September 1914

M-ARKETS. M?athieson and Da'vis report having conducted a.very success ful clearing sale on-account of Mr T. W. Coulter, of Mardan, on Sept. 16th, 1914. The cattle were good, and prices were high, not withstanding the very unfavorable circumstancesq. There was agood attendance of buyers, and every thing was disposed of Cows in milk made as high as £11 10s, 3-year heifers in miilk made to £8. The result of the whole sale gives an average of £6 10s for 43 head of cows and heifers. Pigs sold at high prices. The: Same firm report having held a successful sale on account of Mr William Waide, of Leon gat~ha, -on September- 14th. The cows were rather on the thin side. However, .the prices: were good, and upl te £7 15s was realised for milkers;:: Store pis? made*r to £2 19s i.:Sundries, -&c, at current rates. CIt is excpected that Iou ia will 1folloiw Italy's -lead if the latter--abandoris her heutrality in favor of thie Entente. Councils are to be indemnified - against prosecution,...

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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 18 September 1914

SPORT AND PASTIME. S T:: .-.THE TURF. Races will be held at Sandown Park to-morrow, when the fol lowing selections may be near:the markfor the different events: MAIDEN HUNTERS' STEEPLE. Grafton Grey ... 1 SRendrook ... ... 2 Renong .. . .. 3. HURDLE RACE. Mountain Heather ... 1 : Calabash 2.. . - Wedderburn .. ... 3 S EPPING PLATE. Habel ... ... ... 1 . Don Solvo -- .. ... .i 2 Eishon. . .. 3 AMATEUR CUP:. I SSweedish Lad:. .:. 1 Sam Langford ... 2 - : Noogah ." ... - 3 :STEEPLECHASP. Moonbarra ... ... Fireworks ..... 2 . SBattleilliip :?:.. 1/~i! 3 g RUPERTSWOOD HANDICAP. Gladwyn 1. .. 1 Greek Fire. . 2 ' Jullundur- ::. .. 2 EPPING PURSE: Flavadore ....: ... 1 Treba ... . . 2 Tongkah ... .. 3 First Principle, Royal :Laddie, Amaa, Rathlea, Portrush, Tofua and Silver Lad -are the horses most freely spoken of in connoc tion with..the Epsom Handicap; whilst for the Metropolitan St. Spasa, Alured, Beragoon, Tauiiter and Multifoil appear' to :e the best fancied. :: Ulva's I"sle has. been...

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Books of Reference. AT LEONGATHA MECHANICS' LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 18 September 1914

Books of Reference. AT IEONGATHA ME :C HANICS' LIBRARY. i'he committee of the Leongatha Mechanics'- Institute obtained from:r the Public ..Library, Mel-. bouihe,"aa few :w'eeksb, baci three Oases of books, ::of : intellectual quality, on ?aried subjects, and should prove of great initerest to members of the.. Institute. The titles are as :follow :-Pride and Prejudice, Plant Breeding, Span ish'Highways and Byways,. Dog in Australia, Samuel Johnson (3 volumes), American Horticultural Manual (part:. I), Farmers' and Fruitgrowers:Guide, Stolen White Elephant, &c., Great Battles of the. World, Earthy and Other Mineral and Mining,. Finland As It Is, Through the Goldfields of Alaska to Behring Straits, Tales of My Father, Tales of Old Fiji, Elements of Agriculture, History of the 18th Century. Literature, Bismarck, &c., Japan. and The Japanese, Century of;.Our Sea Story, History. of the Australian': Colonies, King Edward VII., War of the Civilisations, Short History of the6...

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THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 18 September 1914

T~lh'e-LjeongathaS Grun Cu il hold their ne~xt shoot oh Saturday (to-mnrrow) :.in liu ?:f'.the 6th inst on.: account ,of the 1lateir b5eing Show week - .

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

MII'Cartii & BC o Leongatha. Sheep and ,Cattle Salesmen, Stock, Station, Land & Financial. Agents. CATTLE SALES, 194 :.- Leongatha. Korumb'ra. Se .eme . Thurs :Friday. "! "-Septembe,. -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 lcire Office; Colonial Mutual Life; National Trustees, Execu tars and Agency Co. - -. Head office, Leon'gatha. Branch office :Korumiburra. Loane Negotiated. Phone 28, Leongatha. OUR NEXT SALE ON THURSDAY. 1sT OCT. SComing Sales. -, -10cCLARTIN & CO. will hold sales as IIL under:- S: October 7-Clearing sale on account of Messrs McIntosh Bros., Sterzlecki. • Tuesday. October 13-Horse sale in conjunction with Mesars Campbell & Sons, in Leongatha yards. SAdamson,. Strettle And CO. PTY. I.ID., STOCK SALESMEN. ' i VICTORIA HORSE BAZAAR, 396 BOURKE STREET, . MELBOURN`E. CONDUCT Sales as follow :-Horses-. S.J Every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thu...

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

FIrRE ! FiIRE ! u'-i TRAIG'RNEWSB AGIFErNCY Two Doors From Old Corner. NEW Stock Stationery, Con . fectionery and School Books to hand, together with our usual supply of Newspapers and Maga zines. Tickets for Eight Hours' and ]?ruids' Art Unions. Do You Want Good Value For Your Money.? PRICES RIGHT. IF SO, CALL 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, arid all Iron SWork in connection awith Houses and Farms. Windmills supplied:and erected. Dairy Utesisils manulactured on the premises. Cycles new and second hand), Cashor Terms. Sundries keptin 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 Melbourn...

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District News. MEENIYAN [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 18 September 1914

District News. : :MEENIYAN: SThe patriotic concert held: here on Wednesday evening last was, a huge success.u . Thie -attendance was very large, the hall being taxed f6r seating accommodation. The interior:. of-. the building was beautifully- decorated :with flags, and on the back of the stage were..the flags of the allies. Mr McWhinney, the. hon. secretary, deserves: great credit for his taste and the time that he devoted to the decorations. Captain Olden in his remarks during the evening, paid :"a very. neat compliment to those -who had gone.to so much trouble in making the stage look so hice. The arranging of the stage and the floral decorations were done -by Mrs McLaurin, assisted by Mrs King - and Mr McDonald. Mrs McLaurin helped considerably to make the concert and dance the success it was. This lady, who is leaving us at an early date, will'be greatly missed, she having taken a prominent lart for some years in functions of this description, doing her owri shai;e as-well-as th...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 18 September 1914

In order that all accounts miay be passed for payment to the end of the financial year-September 30ththe Woorayl .Shire Council will -meeit a second time this ,monthee,.F-rn, aext,4 2ti instant'The appointmenfoa enginer . will tlier- beifmade Tenders tare invited for: Potter's deviatioii; on' the Mardan: road, returnable at 10.30 o'clock on the day. of meeting.. Only :one nomination was re ceived for the seat in the council rendered vacant in the .west riding of the. Woorayl Shire by the resignation of Cr Thos. Rig gall-namely, Mr A. J. Hall, of Hallston. Other names had-beei mentioned, but the' ratepayerstin the hill portion of the west riding, who-are entitled.to a represdnta tiue from that locality, arranged matters amicably amongst them selves, and a contest was avoided. Mr Hall has taken a deep inter est in all public matters in the district in which he resides, and should makeian excellent ::codun cillor. Mrs Evans desires through our columns to thank' the ladies of Leongatha ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 September 1914

REMNANTS OF LINOLEUlS & FLOOROLOTHS. SPECIAL SALE AT J. H. COLVIN & CO.'S, J. H. OOLVIN C O.'S Remnants of Linoleum 6 fet wide, Remnants of Linoleum 4ft. 6 n. wide. Remnants of Linoleum Jft. 9in. wd Remnants of Linoleum 3 feet wide. A11 at special prices to clear. Ii:ii~ -Am at f~nlu ~,-~·~. etIie SFREE TO THE PUBLIC. GOVERNMENTAGRICULTURAL CLASSES. ..-FOR FARMERS & OTHERS. S: To behliehl i ??ei! i !:: : Agriculatu al : High'Schiool, ^.-.^ -Leongatha. -·I S: Cornimedncing' - Tuesday, Sept.' 29, 1914,. -- At 1tp.m. (Ujer -tlie Ai'spices ofthe Leon -:- -gatha;A & :P Society); .E: :" By Direction ofDrD:; S. Cameron, - Director of Agriculture. :.: : ee Circiilars for. List of aites. " A. E. NELSON, Presideht -.l. T. M. GIBSON, ecretary, Leongatha. A.-& P Society. LEONGATHA1 MECHANICS. INSTITUTE?. . EVERY THURSDAY. Robin Adair Company.i: I:Pictre Entertainment Star Picture -EAST LYNNE.: :" : Admission, is 6d anid ls. Patriotic Concert.. Friday,- Oc...

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An Insolvent. UNDER EXAMINATION. FORGOT TO PUT "SMALL THINGS" IN HIS "SKEDULE." PIANO, FARM IMPLEMENTS AND HORSES OMITTED. CLAIMS AMOUNTING TO £300 "FORGOTTEN." [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 September 1914

^ ** Arn Iln solven t.,.: '%L i UNIERliEXABiNAT ION '* FORGOT T'JO 'UT "SMALL THL'GS!' "IN HIS "SKEIDULE."?: PIANO, FiAKM IMPLEMENTS AND HOUSES OMITTED. CLAIMS AMIOUNTING TO £300 ''F ORGOTTEN." :" In thl:Yarrami coirt last Wednesday Smorning, before Mr. Philip Cohen, . P.M., an- insolvent named Jas. ,.:;Harold Humphiey, formerly of:Dum balk, was submitted to a searching examination by Mr. Skinner; of Backhouse, Hamilton and Skinner. Insolvent's wife was -ordered" to leave'.the court. - . :Insolvent stated he. was now; en gaged rabbit trapping at Berwick. He filed his schedule on 6th May, 1914. The statement given is-cor rect. There were a few items omitted. He admitted he left.out Adamson, Strettle and Co. £80, and F. J. Little and Co. about £60. Are there, any more?-That is all I. can remember: Was there a man named Fair bairn?-Oh, yes.- I left him out. Dont' know for how much. Should say about £73. Can't you remember any others left out. Don't you remember J. F. James?-Oh, yes; he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 September 1914

SONEksA14VIN COUtIGj MIXTURE SrIEMDuD HOME-MAM DE. REMEDY. rol- SAVED. ON.E.'ViERY PINT;. T he,- cheapest and most effectivea remerdv for coughs 0 colds thront, aner chest complaints, is made in your own home. It is no-trouble to make, and every pint ,means .,n actual saving ?of at least 1o/- for yourself. The' reason is quite simple. A., coughmlxtures contain a small. pre portioji of corncentrated medicinal" in =gredieuts. and a large percentage. of . water and sweetening. If yoi buy, the. medicinal inugredients only,, adding tht watei "arid sweetening yourself; you .. save all the monev y.ou: would other wise Pay for iater,. Ipttles;, -corks, wrappers, and 'q~sing. Buy ; bottle.of tIeai's Essence from sour chemist .qr. store" take home and d:ilut, a d :"directed on label. Pour S a9?ao , alrge bottle on which paste th-e alel you will find in Ilean s- Es Ssence packet. The:first- sip of this nlixture gives 'immdediaie relief. It clears the nasali -:lassages instantly;, ioosens the: ...

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LINE OF WARSHIPS FOURTEEN MILES LONG. YORSHIRE "WEEKLY POST," JULY 25th. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 September 1914

LINE OF W ARSHIPS FOURTEEN , YOsHIRE ''WEEKLY POST," JULY 2ai5t. TIe climax of the amazing naval display in the Solent was reached on ?onda?;,,?hen the King ins~peted his vast Fleet ; at- Spithead. Never before had aMoniaarehof this or anyi other coultry led : forth" suciih a for-~ midable anlianspiring?'Armada: -The weathhlr wasoibrttf?: of the. occasion,' tho'ukh at diybreak raini .wa"' falling;i, and- threatedning' cloudsi gave .littles hope of the brilliant sunshinie w~idhc later-flooded tihe gorgeous scene. -. T?~i King, in the u'fiform of an Admiral of the Fleet, and the Prince of Wales, in his naval lieuteniant's uniform, were on the Royal yacht as it .left Portsmouth, attended by the Firequeen and the Trinity yacht Irene. The Royal yacht moored close to the flagship Iron Duke, and, latei' the First Lord of the Admiral ty (Mr. Winston Churchill) and other Lords 'of :the Admiralty and the ;Commanider-in-Chief '.at Ports mouth) (Sir Hedworth Meux) went out from the harbor in th...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE - AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 September 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. THE -AGRICULTURAL ·- ' SOCIETY. : S TO THE EDITOR. " SSIR,-After:reading the balance sheet. of the Leongatha Agricul tural Society.-published in your issue of Tuesday. last, sliowing a debit.of.£353, I was surprised - to see a suggestion ' made, .further down iri the report;- that :a -care taker's cottage be erected. Surely the : membei.: who.. made- such .a suggestion was -iot serious; if so, he is no 'financier,-and has little regard for ,.tl?e .welfare .of the society. He would go to the ex pense of froium£200 to £300 for the buildihg of a icairetaker's cot tage to save a few locks that-have to be renewed ydeairly on- account of being removed by ai odd tramp when he dilesiresa cheap bed on the show ground for .a night. Golden locks could .be secure'd for all-thie doors on the show groujnd for the interest that woduld h iave to be paid on the borrowed capital; There are maniychannels for. the expenditure of( money ripon :the society's grbound: before : such. a hare...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 September 1914

(GOLF. Ladies' singles were played on the Leongatha links on Wednes day.afternoon, and resulted in a tie between Miss Lardner and Miss.Salmon. Following are the scores: Grs. IIp. Net Miss Lardner ... 62 19 43 Miss Salmon ... 67 24 43 Miss Spencer ... 61 17 44 Mrs Fraser ..... 68 22 46 Mrs Sayers ... 69 23 46 Miss Shields .. 66 18 48 Miss Grant ... 75 26 49 Miss Prideaux .. 74 24 50 Mrs Cole ... 71 20 51 Miss Shaw ... 72 20 52 Mrs Hassett .. 71 18 53 Miss Little ... 73 18 55 Miss Campbell ... 74 19 55 Miss Bond . 82 24 58 Mrs Shaws 85 27 58 Miss Symmons... 86 25 61 The play-off of the tie in the men's singles on the 9th inst. be tween Messrs Lardner and Foote resulted in a win for the latter.

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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 September 1914

:?'?'.";;1 -i SMOKE I'DRIFT.. :.?: : TheiBallarat South street cor pjetitions open ori thli~ 28th.-:::I i: Austria :ihaving lbeenr routed by Russia, is evacuating Galicia - .Th.e N .Zand :Australian Land :o gave :£15,000 to the patriotic :-iAnother g·reat battle betweind :the allies afid the G-ermans is in progress. : In the past yearSouth Austra lian railways earned a net profit Germiany.is strengthening the Rhinie forts, and' preparinig to re sist invasion. : A.: Commonwealth proclamation has- been issued prohibiting the export of sugar. On the outbreak:lof war, 19 out of 30 Australians in San: Fran cisco volunteered. The' basis of good h'ealth is to be found in good houses, good food, and good clothing. .In the United Kingdom there are- ordinarily 12,000,000 cattle and 28,000,000 sheep.: :It is estimated that the present war .is costing the belligerants £10,000,000 per day.' Before diphtheria can be quite stamped out a law must be passed to isolate " carriers." SAbout 60 per cent...

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