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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914
MARKETS. Adaamsodn, Strettf Co. rep6rt having held t arecorsd sale in their new yardsl on the 18th minset wihenr they yardeid £429 heaidht dof .cattle, 19 sheep, and 2i pigs. Outside buyers were welirepresented froni MelbourneMononmeftlith and Darinienong. Compigetitioni was very keen for all classes6 o cattle most ofwhic ent aw by rail anli road, viz110 trucks q.by rail and 4 .trucks byiroad. Prices obitainedi were as 'follow Fa:ti bullocks £7 18s 6d, fatcowis to £6 10s, springiing cowsfromi £4 5s to £6 15s, cowis withitcalves at foot to £i5 ; sfleishyiff cows from n£.3 os to £4 is5stwo lyea old heifers £3 to £4 5s, yearling Eheifers to £2 2s, storeicowsi1iSs'1 to £3 5s, two year old seers upi to £3 10s, year~linigs to £2 8sphoddiesi fromi lils ito 284;bulls from £3 to £6 l0s Pigs.-Store slips 35s, suckers 17s to 22s gSheep 4ts Next sale, jMoniday,2d erur
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 January 1914
DN the occasio.n of a visit 'of the Englis - Parliamentary :'-Party:.a Few months back;:the opporttu nity for a brief confab:with Mri-Will Drookes on the subject of strikes was availed of by. one of: South Gippsland's pioneers of 1875:-:And ilthough niothing came .'of the consultation -beyond the point of Friendly question. .:and; answer, there was: some- s atisfaction' in bearing the British Labor. mem ier's admission that the pendulum was, unfortunately,i jswung -ttoo much the other way on the: -side of.Labor and agains' Capital.?'Mr Will Crookes was askeld whether there was any practicable "rem'edy for industrial .upheavals,; or ahy prospect of labor;stri kes- econ"ing things of the ' pas 'aud. this :qies tion was .answered in, the nfega tive. Improved ieducation,. in creased enlightenrment; arid con sequent advancement ' of- intel ligence for: the working classss had given power to' the 'massesi whose ancestoirsof fifty years ago were wandering alongig .in i:the cloudland of ign...
CHARACTER-GROWTH AND FICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914
CHA3ACTER-GROWTH AND FICT-ION. Through its inability to iportr@y moral developiinentj on the large scale; modemn fiction: remaiIs obiut'of to?'th with the requirements of the best arid most serious readers( For, amid all 'the speculative eagerness and unrcst. of:the .age, the ibterest of the most serious men and women among us is profounsdly moral; it is for learning the secret of true character-growth that they su premely care, holding all other interests vital only as they can b'e made to min ister to, or are in some why connect ed with, this highest one; and the noir-. elists who will set themselves to re cover the lost art which made the mas-: tors great, will both make fiction great again and find their way to the appro_ bation of those whose favorable ver diet is m6st to be desired.--Henry W. Clark, in the "Book 1Monthly.:
WHO IS SUPERFLUOUS? [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914
z WHO IS SUPER~LUOUS? -' r- :?o?? ?/? The baker, bootae plohman usherman, aii? miner oivioiusll j add to: the assets of a coiniii~ ;..:b;idoiusly th:t parson, the stockbroker, tho actor, do not: . Yet-all are workers Henice it is quit?? clear thiat employment: is: no criterion of prosperity. Nor lhave. we any system of dissovering what woe are losing by allowing unproduetive labor.: to withdraw workers from productive labor. Lvory fariier's 'sbnk who bcz comies i -clek is a national loss. Every mill-band who becomes a-domcstic'ser vant :is a loss (except when the labor market is-overerowded).. Every acre of land untilled or untimbliered is .a na tional loss . ndLin competition with the foreigner productivity counts -foi all, and employmeni'for nothinig at all: Collecting postage stamps, or a?cting ao a footman, is emuployment. But.;it :is unproductive. .Then to thel supesllu. ous we must add-- I : :. Those who live on dividend without': voluntary productis: laibor. ... Those who sup...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914
Wi- m [.::- t "?l ? r , .--1. ... .....?,^ : Meeaics"Hali, Leongth - Monday, February 2. -Wilagtt's Elect :ric itres.i R1ETUTRN VISIT. Comnplete Change of Programme, in cluding another' : ?: i. Star Programme: 1~ Back to the Primitive (Thrilling Animal Picture). 2. A Brave Girl's Sacrifice (War Picture). 3. The Black Witch (Beautifully Colored Mystic Picture). And fell programme of Scenic, Drama tic, Comic and Cbwboy Films. NEW ILLUSTRATED SONGB AND OPERATIC-BALLADS BY Miss Ettie Wilmott (The Lady B?r??itone). : O?oPULAR PIOTURE PRICES. . FRED. BOA8E, Touring Manager. Shire: ofWVloorayl : : TEN DERS. TENDERS, addressed President, willb received at the.Shire&Halilup to 1 a.m; on, FRIDAY, 6th Februriy, forbtei following; contractsn vz : -· 3/14 Clearing, Grubbing anfd Scrub Ouittins~ Tarwin Lower. - 5/1-4Socub utting Inver loch Rtoad 84 Clearin g and Grubbing Roughea da and M Ewvin's Road, Lengah Solitlih 16/4-14McDonald OutlMet and t~wo Culverts, Mounit Ecoles N 19/14 fEarthw...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914
CRICKET. On gSturday last Tarwin Lower paid a visit to Waratah to try conclusions with the local team Scores : TAERWIN LOWER. Child, bf A. Dewar . .17 Secomb, run out .13 Friend, run out . - 23 Cashin, bJ. 3Dewar - 1 Roberts, c, b A. Dewar 4 Thomas, b Hilton .. &lt;10 Newberry, b. Burns - 2 Willoughby, c, b Brake ... -33 Hind, b Burns . 6 Lees stp b Brake ... .. 20 Black, not out 4 Sundries 6 139 WARATAH. Burns, c, b WiUoughby " 8 Smith, c, b Black (.. . Brak'e, b Willoughb~y ,; .- 6 A[. Dewarc, b Black ..10 Gladstone, b Black .. 0 J. Dewarb Black .. ..17 Barry,'b Black ,: .3 Hilton, b Black .. ..1 Boag, not 'out 0 Neill, b ~Friend ..0 ~'Suii~ries .. . 14 - 64
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914
Pioneer Saddlery. WI FIELD Desires to announce VV • that he has lurchased the :: SADDLERY BUSINESS carried on by M:a::] G. A. SAYERS during the past ':.14 years, and hopes for a continuance :-"? of the liberal support accorded to his .:: predecessor. . - The proprietor has been employed by l?,- i-'Mr Sayers during the past 12 months, :' :vwhich is a guarantee that he is a com ::-petent tradesman in all branches. All Saddlery requisites kept in stock Repairs a Specialty. ·H -orsehair bought in any quantity. H?.:. ighest price given. MOTHER'S FRIEND Pedic Pomadelfor the head. . Strikes Infesting Vermin Dead. One application destroys vermin,kills nits, heals sores, oures ringworm,and makes the hair grow thick, strong,and curly. Also forvermin on pigs, p3ul try, cattle, and horses, J. M. MOLLOY. Leongatha, and H. JAcoBs, Toora, sell Pedic, ls, 2s, 3s 6d, and packed with nit comb, 6d more. F. W. MORR)S, C;Garpenter and Builder. D ESiRES to annoulnce that he is now resident in Leongathra,...
DO FALSE CREEDS MAK CRIMINALS? [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914
D0 PALSE CREEDS MArIt CRIMIN ALS? -By PASTOR RUSSELL. T- "" x? If our Gospel be hid, it is hid - tohhem that are lost, in whom the god ol .: :. ti orld~d 'li blinded tle minds of then S widich believe not, lest the light of the glori ou s'gospel of Christ, who is' the image o S Gijd, should sinh unto-them" (I1. Cor. iv. .. * * 9 - - '. * , .?: . , , - .. . Sie said: -"I do-not :'? elarge our forefathers lvith ?? evil intent in the making of the creed. 1 cheerfully tadhi? that every creed odntains an- cle mient -of IDivine Trth MIy conten .tion lis that Satan, :theli great Advercary . of God, - substituted ;- Ilie 'creeds for the . iblh; and into the 'i: creeds, through hu : an wieakness, he in: jected a sufficiency of nonsense and doe trine of devils to render them unhealthfu for saints, and absolutely poisonous t( S others." Taking up his text, he declared that itt truthfulness is manifest on" every hand The word Gospel signilies the good Mes sage, that of the angels at Jesus' birt...
Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914
MAILS RECEIVED ; AND DES. PATCHED -F-ROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. To Melbourne&& SKorumburra- 7 a.m &: 8.45 p.m' -.A ll stations to ..-- ,.: :-.;:,: Port Albert .. 10.45 a.m. Leongatha South Mon .Wed., & Fri. 11.45 a.m. 'Mirboo Ngrth- : Tues. Thurs, Sat-. --"11 a.m. Maidan y Tues., Thurs, Sat. 11 a.m. McKinnon e R.O0 Tues :Thurs., Sat.-:: 11 a.m: Wheeltn's R.O. STues. Thurs., Sat. 11 a~m.~ Koo0ooman East :.-Tues. T-hurs." Sat. i- a.m. M\'ardan South' Tu a. Thurs, Sat. u 2 pjn. Wooieen R.0- - Tues., Thurs. Sat. 11 40 a.m. Francome 's R O. IMeehiy'an:8 ,?0. - U mil k;;?-,::i??:?.:;':?:'? rues mTurs Sat11., a. 40 a.m. Fibsh::Oreek- t?, Wiriitah: N.! ",?::, :.:-"?;·.~: uHogan s R ?- -·. ::-: Tues., Thurs., Sat. 11.40 a.m. Mount Ecoles- - Tues. & Saturday 12 30 p.m. Harper'sR R0 Tues. & Satuiday 12 30 p.m. Tax win to Tai win Lower, and Casbin's loose bag 'Tues. Thurs. Sat '.A-s2 noon Stony. Creek to Dollar, * -idge's ~R.O. Scott's RO. &a...
Meeniyan A.N.A. Branch. INAUGURAL SMOKE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914
sMee siyanA. .iBr anchill A branch 'f tb" usraia succeblssfully formeid at eeiyaikin, thle event was hMionoed bythe holding of a smoenight1 sfocial in thei Mechanics KEIaat wichithtlie Chfief:1Presiden ofthe A.N.A (Mr Phifllipsb), and Chief Secretary (Mr Wami wriight) and MrE Tudor, Mi H R: were present. Theihail asi icel decorated witi teies and:shrubsana ,to maKie it ,more typical of an ustralian lodge1 meeting, on a larg sapling in a corner ofthieiall swas a Kaola (native bear) 'whichviewel the convivial proceedings from a place of ivatagenwithethegreatest nonichalance. M.The.F table hadire ceived .the artstic s touch from a few ladies, iand thegood tlings thereon were"provided by .Mes Reeder. an yWelsford, 'which :was a guaraintee of theirquality. hThe 'residen t' of the- newly. form ed branlch'(Mr Wt?$ J iFarrell) ;pre: sided landil in meintioning the ob ject- for 'ýwhich -,they'-.- had. met together, extendeda siearty wel dcbme; to' allrespeciallythose fromtm adisa.itance :who...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914
TO THE EDITORI Su1R,--' TUnspotted " has becomie so." mixed " thathe :is now badly "brindled-" This may be due"to the obliquity of vision; since he claims absolute truthfulness and sobriety. It is certainly 'not owing .to his sense of humor, or even common sense. At .the out set he claimed that small:fislih:anid small baskets, repuited generally: throughout the district,were die, not to ".unspotted and unsports manlike tactics,",but to .vant of "skill ". in the !' art" of fishing as proven by (wA were led to sup pose) his own "skill" in such art: When enlightenment was asked for, based on his experienced "skill," the "'skill' " and .the "art" became a.. " ,childish pastime " accompanied by regrets that he had not been able to inu dulge " in the.same at a .:picnic. Unless " Unspotted-. "can. over come his dog :in t~he -manger feelings regarding "quantity ??aind quality" why continue ·? When he is surely aware that harping on his own importaniel is a sulb ject of rio. interest to anyo...
Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914
Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TA1AM NIA. LETTERS. - -. d. Within Commonwrealth and all places in Biitish Em . pire, per ,ij ounce ,.. 0..?, 1 Each additional ½o7. 0. 1 -POST CARDS. Within Commonwealth and P. :-" i::i go-::) ..?Ew. ·': O r-,i!:?::"-? all places in British Em-. .:. mpireo singletI easubject:tdm 1 Rely, achlhti alf 0z;-:.:.... i'or transrnissidn,= wholly' b;byi-:':: ?i.:. ·, .i,"'sea::pr:~o~ieiit:-an~d-P. "?~nd/:-.. :. To altherl other places; sn6t ingle . . Reply cards ..0 3 NEWSPAPERS. Within Commonwediti al;ith and : Yhor:·bodks• 'ijrint'ed~i in':uf-! •=: ~:'":· =- - New Zealand, f8oora every :. 0? newspaper, tip to 10oss. 03 Newspapers printed oudtside ttheaia, per: Commonwealth are tub]ect thereof ::: : ?ap zine rates of postager -: 1 United Kingdom-Not. ex ceeding 8sor, each news p-allpe thpe p0z?.?. . O 1. .Each additional s. .2.-.z hFo r transmission wholly : by :.ifor delivery in "the :Cd~~;?:}i.: sea- moiwelthpz.r partr ': ind • .....: -; -:M AGF?LZ...
Court of Petty Sessions. LEONGATHA, JANUARY 27TH. (Before Messrs Kewish and McDonald.) DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914
court of Petty Sessions. LEONGAT A, JkNUARY 27TH. ::(Before Messrs Kewish and McDonald.) DEBT CASES. McCartin & Co. v. E. Crespin Claim for £35 cattle sold and de livered .Winm. Squire, auctioneer in the firm of::McCartin & Co. at iorumburra, gave evidence as to delivery of the cattle. Order for amnunt and £2 15s costs.' - John: Gooley v.- N. R. Dike. Claini for:£8;, use and' hire of chattels :and: beasts, Mr Suther land for -complainant *Mr Little for defendant: :Join .::Gooley, ir:.esiding at Meeniyan, istated:: He- -was the ow ner of two -stallions, and re ceived-three-mares afromn defenid-. ant, who askedhimiidh what he wiouild deduct for the thriee, and he (complainant) said that he wouldreduce the amount by 15s. No guarantee was agreed unon or asked for. Two draught mares aiid a pony mare were sent. One proved in foal, for which he charged. £4 10s, arid £2 5s and £1 5s for the others that did not prove, in foal. The £2 10s re ceived was allowed in a set off in ...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914
T::::"iO -THE EDIT:OR.-=i 'SIj;,-Although "Unspotted " has hot. added anything, to our general knowledge of blackfishing, he has afforded amusement by his little display? of temper, and. can rest assured :that the Editor's share of the haul-will be sent l6ng in due course.-Yours, &c., KOOROOMAN..
MALICIOUS JOY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914
Tho "Bos~itonT~neit' el followiing? ; Old Peterbhy I rich and stingy:in the event of his dath liis n?ephew wvill inherit -his propirty Aifriend of the faniily said to tho old gentleman: "I hear yoiir ehdewjs1 gongt nilarry~ .On that Toccasion: yon ouliight to do so-methingto niake him hiappy..? I will' said ?t 'rbh-, I 11 pr tend that Iamdanina rouslyll Most ipeopleared -ionoly hecause *hey havey never dae to live The 1sn ally wk u enya rs oo at Ric
SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914
SPORT AND PASTIME. The tollowing lok ell in for the r.-ace? iat Saudoiwni Paik?§it6-o morrow :Hurdle. R-ace Lucy Birrl:: and Portldoi".k Maiden Plate --- Wyneth and Boytabi. Sandowni Plate --Apiiarist and Lord Tuck. Sindown Park Han- dicap-~Earl Godwin and Eishion; Sandownh Purse -Noble .:Bonnie and Lyhnceus.- Jumpers F"-lat. Domincian antd The Majestic Nut. ..The weights :for: the'big:. V.R C Auitumn evehtB were deciareld on Tuesday, and the" following look to have the b'est chances : New market- Hahdi cap (Gold,: Brelw, Gaptain White, -Mouintain- Prin cess,·. Athenic,.. Widgiew a, and: Sweet Lil. Aiistliralian' Cup Wallalo :::Sea:" Prince;, Harpist; Obi: .Bullaar"ira .ad: Sji??vai. more.
WHY MILK TESTS VARY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914
WHY MILK TESTS VARY. Professor J. A. Cdnover, of the 'Kan-=. eas i Experiment .Station, writes' of milk tests as follows: -At nearly evdery institute" attended' by ,Professor Cot trel and.myself, the question wavasask ed: ' What is the reason of our-milk tests being 2.6 per cent.-one month, and next, under exactly the same con ditions, if tests 4 per cent. or inorel" There are a great many things that affect the test, so that we cannot point to any one-thing as doing it. In the first place, the conditions are never "exactly" the same; the pasture may be better one month than another, the weather may be cooler or warmer, per haps you encourage the cow less with the milk stool, or perhaps the boy who brings them in does not get them so much excited. All these things and many more influence the per cent; of butter-fat. Kindness is sure to be re warded by an increase in both the pc cent. of butter-fat and also in the nillk yield; whelever you abuse the cow, either by a sharp word, the m...
CORRESPONDENCE. FISH AND FISHING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914
SIISH AND FISHING: TO THE EDITOR.: I SIR- , - iR ?ia recent issue -'oflithe' STR 'I 'oticed: thatthe Leon ; g Atha'nglers': -0lui havear '^.'ranged.to:hold';?? competition. Sdpei to the, general 'publi on SaturJ, yFebruary 14th .5.Beini a- mereh novice at :the gaimer#,will, S.you.: grant mne space toi sugget that the AtnglersCQlub should ari Srange :for a practical :demonst ra Stion :by an--expert, sucl as?.: .. .spotted .wh knows howto catch: 'quantity and- - qualit Ther.:e are 'may, like yself, . who would: appreciate-: practical exhibition r in. .hangling., which -.would iladd. greatly to, the -attrac S. ions of the .competition.--You"is I '.PRO BONO' PUBLICO. . .:- ..?Leongatha Jan; 29 194.--.:"
SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914
SMOKE DRIFT.: A paish adi a British airm an ech loqt hiii life ithin the last A;"n -oxygen cylinder on the s Mauretaniai burst, killing gthriee eligineersid In iFrance numerous foxes have perished in the' fields from the intense cold On Tuesdaya Nemn arket 516 prime merino wethers averaged 20s pier head. An smroplan'e makes a nioise like a chaffcutter at work when niaking a fiiglib ARORSt T: he Dredging Commission s ire~ port should bie -published ai the next day or two. ? Ei -.Thej Dutch propose to etpend £15,750,000 ini reclamatioorkwork on the Zuyder Zeel Increased -protectiod isi asked for. to assist in theproducition /of I Australian leather.:~ : '::::I tie.B t steamer Wiloannia -oni Tuesday 53: news settlers. were landed in this State.': i-; C- hinese Methoditsi in Victoria contributed £37 towards Foreign Missioinsdurin 1913. ::Intensie cold in France is bring ingibeai;.s and ?wdolve o??hof the forests into the open0se. . The ILondon Pressexpresss r eE greht a'orld.eas e :n-mt...