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District News. MIRBOO SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 September 1914
District News. MIRBOO SOUTH. Tie local Mechanics' Institute hi?ida narrow esdape from being biirnt down afew nights back. It - has the Glory light installed, and itseems that the jets were not iroperly closed when the: light was last turnied out. It was iecessary the other night to light one lamp,. and the one unlit iropped a large quantity of ben sine on the floor. The smell of it escaping :caused a :gentleman to go into the ante-room to investi gate, and, having a light in his hand, the escape as he neared it suddenly:.burst into flame. The blaze soon climbed up the wall to the roof. The call of "Fire" caused help to be quickly in at tendance, and the fire, after great exertion, was at length smothered out. Itwould.-be well for those who use this building to see that all matters in connection with its lighting are properly attended to; otherwise a fire will be the result.
GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 September 1914
GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE - SETLLING CO.'S REPORT. :Bitter cbioiesfig33I to is, choice 11d to rIId, good to prime :.i10d -t6 11d, separators 10id to0oi0d. Cheese--Matured l0d tb 10i/d, 'emi-matured 8,,d to&9d, medium sizes 6/d to 63d. Eggs-Ordinary and private lots 9/d aiid occasionally higher, duck eggs 10d. Bacon-Light sides 10d, to :10d, niedium weights:9%d, heavies 8ld middles lld, jackets 9d, hams 10i d. Oats-At 3slid, feed 2s lis to3s. Maize-Prime Flat Red 3s 10d occasionally 3s i0d. Chaff-Prime oaten is. now bringing £5 12s 6d to £5 15s, mediumn £5 :5s to £5 IOs. Potatoes -Prime Carinans- at£5 to £5 lOs, Snowflakes £4 to £4 5s with medium and;inferior down to £2, Onions-f£10 5s.
MEENIYAN [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 September 1914
MEENIYAN At a meeting of the trastees of the Recreation Reserve held on Saturday .evening, there wore pre sent-Mr A. McDonald, in the chair, Messrs Hanley, Mc Kitterick, Cordes, Reeder, Farrell, and the secretary, Mr Adams. It was: decidedl to sow a portion of the reserve down in grass, and call tenders for tlhe fencing at once... -
MARKETS. MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 September 1914
MARKETS. VIELBOURNE:PIG MBARKET. Adamson, Strettle & Co. report: 1950 yarded. Stores--Frices about equal to last week for best sorts. Porkers-Prime heavy 43s to 47s, a: few extra choice to 53s, prime medium 36s to 39s, prime light 80s to 35s. Baconers.-Prime heavy 74s to 82s, a few pens of extra choice quality to 87s 6d, prime medium 68s to 72s, prime light 60s to' 65s, half fat and in ferior from 54s. Backfaitters Extra heavy sows £6 10s to £8, odd ones to £9, prime weighty £4 15s to £5 15s, rough and staggy s;orts froin 65s. -
SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 September 1914
SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. The following look well in for the races at Mentone to-morrow: -Maiden Plate - Clinch and Golden Charm. First Division Ipoh and Yarrien. Steeplechase - Chatterboy and Eulbertie. Second Division - Alleyn and Trepid. Third Division-Clinch and Union Arms. Show Handi cap-Greek Fire and Jemlah. The Rosehill Guineas on Satur day resulted in a victory for Carlita, who started favorite. The other placed horses were Bimeter and Imshi. The Ascot Thousand will be run on Thursday, and the placings may be Carenot ... ... 1 Rejoice ... ... 2 Fustanelle ...... 3
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 September 1914
M'Cartin &8Co Leongatha. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, Stock, Station, Land & Financial I Agents. CATTLE SALES, 1914. Leongatha. Korumb'ra. Thurs Friday.' September ... 3- 17 .. 11 25 October ... 1* 15 29' 9 23 November ... 12 26- ... 6 20. ... :December ...:10 24' ... 4 18. - .Denotes First Sale. A gents for Sun, 1ire Office; Coloonial Mutual Life; National Trustees, Execu tara and Agency Co. Head office, Leongatha. Branch office SKorumburra.' Loans Negotiated. Phone 8, Leongatha. OTR NEXT SALE S ON THURSDAY. 1sT OCT. Clearing Sale. LEONGATHA YARDS. Thursday, October Ist, 1914 At 1 p.m. M cCARTIN &- CO. have been in a structed by Mai W. BAWDEN, 'JUNOR, Leongatba, to Sell by Auction in their Yards on above date- 20 Milking Cows, Ayrshire and Jersey Cross, on second and third calf; in full profit, and are highly .recommended;'the pick of South Gippsland. They are for sale only owing to Mr Bawden having let a portion of his property. TEBaMs-£25 or over approved Pr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 September 1914
FIRE! FIRE! CRAIG'S'NEWS AGENCY; .TEMPORARY PREMISES IN 1SNEL1'S BUILDINGS,.. : Two Doors From Old Corner, - . · ' . -. ? . . i % , ?/ .? . NEWh StookSttionerY Co 'i~l:~".~e:.adSi~:oneyanBii t Bok to hand, together with our usual supply of lNewspapers. and Maga - zines. Tickets for Eight Hours' and D)iruids' Ar~t Unions. Do You Want Good Value For Your Money? PRICES RIGHT. IF SO, CALL ON T. H. C0OICRAN, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE .. H. SIMON, PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, -?OR the Followinig Lines :--TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and all Iron J Work in connection with Houses and 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 MIachines repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. HOT and COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGER...
South Gippsland Shire Council. FOSTER. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 September 1914
South Gippsland Shire Counczil. -FOSTE1:. 1 CORltESPONDENCE.- J Fron Johin Gaw,; olrior, ait ng· to k.nv?w if anythingi ~ had een done to :road through Miss eishman's : property. -Being at ended to". ' : -:G Buckland, J. A.Youl and A. i! Fidge, McCartin's road;: asking ounoil to oppose selling and let ;iug of road ::from G. Buckland's o; Turton's- ?Creek, through A: B'idge's bloclk. Receieed. : Geo. M. Jones, Dollar, asking that deviation from; J. -iBrooks' rate ::to connect 'McCartin' i road be contiinued.-Received.:. :' . B A. Crou~chDollar; askingifor ettlement' of :dmpensation ifor and for road p~urposes: --Or Sardner to attenid._: . W. E: Steele, Mardan, forward ing terms for: deviationi. ,Cr Jones to' attend. :: : -: : SJ C:c W. Hall; "Fish ; Creek; -sking for cbmpletion of :trapns for of .allotment. 70, parish ::of Dumbalk.-Cr Keane to attend. J.-: McCutcheon,i Mirboo road, wianting. to know if council had settled matters in connectioi with fencing- and. Miss :Leishman:- Bein...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 September 1914
THE utter failure of.the -Kaiser's plans is the supreme triumph of Democracy, of enlightened Liberal opinion applied to the goveriiment of peoples scattered about every .quarter ofthe globe. The Kaiser, who is merely the figure head of the military. caste . which has shocked the civilised world by its extraordinary-- display of brutal ity and shortsightedness, utterly failed to grasp the genius of a free people. Because his subjects have been disciplined to discuss great issues with. bated breath, and to cower in the presence of overbearing military tyrants, .he fancied that an .Empire whose subjects 'enjoyed freedom of speech, and who bore themselves as men though general or 'ad miral hectored them, must lie at his mercy. Great' Britain dare not strike, he reasoned, for both it and the Greater Britain'over seas were'torn by internal dis sensions. No doubt there -was much-to encourage the delusion. Ulstermen were running guns, and Home Rulers were preparing for civil strife.. :In So...
Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 September 1914
: Postal Informaition. AUSTRALIA & TASMA.NIA.: LETTERS. s.d& Within Commonwealth and all places in British Eni pire, per ~ ounce ... 0o: 1 Each additional Koz ... 0 1 POBT CARDS. Within Commnonwealth and .all places in British Em pire, single, each ... Reply, each half .. ... 1 To all other places, single:: l? Reply cards 0.;~ 3 NEWSPAPERS. Within Commonwealth and New Zealand, for every newspaper, up to 1os0s.. 01, Newspapers printed outside the Commonwealth are subject to miga; zinc rates of:postage. ... : -,::. United Kirigdbm-.Not eii-" ceeding 8oz., each news paper. 0 ... :, .:.; 0 2I 1 Each additional 2oz. ... :O~ For transmission Wholly lby sea per Orient and P. and O. steamers, 16o ... 0 1? Other places, not exceeding 40zs. ... .... ... O 1 Each additional 2oz0..., 0 BOOKS. Within the Commonwealth, or books printed in Aus 'tralia, per 8ozs. or part .- 0 Printed outside "Australia, per 4ozs., or part.thereof 0 To New Zealand, per 4ozs.s 0 1 To all other places,...
Leongatha Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 September 1914
Leongatha Telephone Exchangeange Fiollowis;ng are the numbers -and names of subscribers :-- - 1. Shire of Woorayl OfficePs 2. Butter Factory, aid manager residence. :: 3. C-operative Society's Store. ',W. G. Walker, storekeeper.. 8. Peck&; Sons, auctioneers. 6. J.M. M.olloy, chemist 7. P. J6hnson, butoher.: : 8. Dr Howden, physician. 9. Nurse Morris, private hospital 10. Lardner & Co., ironmongers. 11. Colvin & Co., .drapers. 12. A..E.E Edney, storekeeper 13. Rossiter & Co.; STAR Offie? 14. Pearce & Jarratt, butchers! 15. S. Maddern,Commeroial Hotel .16. Neal Bros., storekeepers. : 17. R. Bair, Otago Hotel. 18. E. Manders, agent. 19. Nurse Good, private hospital. 20. Rev. P. J. Coyne, Presbytery. 21; J. W. Rumnpf, private'residenhe 22. J. McFarlane, coachbuilder • 23. E. McNamara, baker. 24. H. Kelly, undertaker. 25. Jno. Lardner,privateresidenoe 26. Dr Pern, physician. 27. E. A, Cole, auction mart. 28. McCartin &Co., auctioneers. 29. ...
Coming Auction Sales. MESSRS McCARTIN & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 September 1914
Coming Auction Saies. MESSRS -McOCARTIN &. Co. Thursday,: October :lst.--At Leongatha sale yards; corn mencing at 1 p.m,; 20 milking Cows, in full profitAyrshire and Jersey cross. on account of Mr W. Bawden, junr.-. Tuesday, October 13tb.Horse sale in Leongatha yards,in con junction With Messrs Campbell & Sons. --Full.- attendance of Melbourne and:: export buyers will bepresent. MASSRS J. MI. PECK ? :.SON. Tuesday, September 29th. Clearing sale at Strezlecki, six miles from Korumburra,- oni ao count of- Mr G. E. Hill. The list includes 30 newly calved cows, 30 springers, 30 springing heifers, 10 backwvard springers, .20 heifers, Ayrshire bull._ Also horses and MESSS F.J LITTLE PTY; LD Monday,: October 5th .--S?li' of dairy hard at Nerrena, on account of Mr A. Cairfrae, on the prope'rty 6 miles from Leongathia com prising 26 cows, springing and in full :hilk Also- JTersey bull, pigs, horses; i:jinker, cart, separator, dairy utensilsetokI 1MESSRS AD dMSoNl STRETLE ::.C...
I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 September 1914
The ordinary Leongatha Tent meeting :was held on " o nday last, and wvas well attendlid The G.R, Bra. D.Phillips haiving been passed o toib the camp i? -Bro:id me adows, the 1D.R., tool -ho? celhair. Bro.:?Trongill was i.caiivelp : on clearance fromi Norf:ik (El,? id), and: one fnew memitr;i was i·· itiated -.The gei:: erou i fi frof the District Officers: to kle'p all members .who ?go'. wit t h?Exi peditionary: Force good on the books till theiri return .was well received, :as was the suggs tion to give Bro. Phillips sonmething to rememberioeongatha witli if he goes to the frboht The iabtidn of thiose:in. aiithority over ih camp in allowing intoxicants tobhe pur-. chased on. ,th-e ground after the rules lid down, and .appareitly in direct oppositioni to the wishes of Lord Kitchener; caused sdme adverse ociticism. The Kobroo man. sU b-ten t:reports a substantial indcreise in memibership. Temper aance Sunday next NovEimber :.is going to be oie to be remeimbered if the suggestions mad...
HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY. GOOD COUGH MIXTURE RECIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 September 1914
HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY. .GOod COUGH: MIXTURI RECIPE. • " .By a Qualified;Chemist. : l --plendid medicine that is"good for coughs, influenza, colds, and .sore :thioats, can" now be made Quite easily S at.: home.. -There. is no boiling;'_cr. bother, or fuss of any kind. Get one bottle of Heant's Essence from-your i: chemist and mix. with sugar;,treacle. and. water,. as per simple diiections. .-This will give you a .pint, or .about -eight eighteenpenny bottles of warni-' -.ng, soothing, stiimulating, curing ...cough and cold medicine. S- -It"tle's 'hbild' 6f a coigh 'or :cold,: ::--'comforts sore -throats, :removes .'phlegmin, 'and reduces feverishrieis in i way:that :meahns business from the first S: dose. :- -- . You c'an feel this mixture do you :;good all the way down. For influenza,. ::asthma, whooping and other coughs; it proves a boon wherever used. It has a good tonic effect; helps-the appe *.tite; and is very slightly laxative. Making this mixture at home brings the cost of an eigh...
THE PASSOVER LAMB WAS TYPICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 September 1914
THE PASsOvjPR? LAIMB WAV. DY PASTOR RUSSELL. - T·?' "ihrist our Passovtr ils sacrihticed . for us; therefore letUis keep the feast~" I. Cor v. 7, S: He" said:- i r thirltyitr'ecenturies tod 'liolitsl lpoe, :Je dvish :-and - Ohristian," hIave with' mo're or k s understandizig ,cls brated the Passover, but while imany have reedgnised the form; few have perceived its re?l. imorit. I'Those vis. see there me-a nmsig of tlhe Passbti f have great ~c aihe for joy, for gratitude to w~i?ats God, and for confidence ini tlhe Bibl . To understand the Passover means to understand thelytire plan of Jelhovahl God in respect to uliiinimty " St. *Paul reminds ui t hat God's first intimation respecting Ilis glorious purpo~sc of "nierey towards our race were given to A~iraham. After God hladtested his lfaith and-"obedience, He called Abrahanm Hi:s friend, and revealed to- him iii part thingis to' come. The es'ence:of the Divine meis sage ?was, "I will bless all tlhe faihilies of the earth through thy s...
SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 September 1914
.SPORTAND PASTIME.?, S THE TURF. . ,. -Races w-ill be held at Moonee Valley: to-morrow, and the follow ing selections may be, near .the iark fortie differeiti evenrts: SCORINTHIAN HANDICAP.' .: Eulbertie ::..: .- 1' :Flavadore- .. 2. M:- Maidland ..: .. 3. . HURDLE RACE. . '.Calabasli ... 1 ""La Ahiiie' 2 : -Buckramn ..-. . 3 NARRE WARREN HANDICAP. - -Ipoh ..; . . . :. 1 Lipola ... ... ' .. 2 -Raheen ... ... 3 S TEEPLECHASE. Moonbarra ... ... Ludwig ..:.: ' .Sapper ., ... 3 RUPERTSWOOD HANDICAP. Meritus .. ...-' 1 Greek Fire ... ..: 2 De G'ama . .. 3 S- HUNT, CLUB CUoP. Swedish Lad.... ... 1 Kyarra . ... 2. ::Sam Langford .:... .3 BERWICK HANDICAP. Honorine ... .. .-1 . Yeneda .. .. 2 Peck o' Maut... ... 3 Thel Hawkesbury Guineas will be run in Sydney to-morrow, and several. prominernt Derby. candi dates will probably be given a gallop.- The race is run -over a distance of a mile, and the places .may :be filled by; ;.-- S*Imshi Rayello :; Bimeter' ..? ' .': . th Rathlea and Silvr 'L...
Camp Fire Philosophy OFF THE BEATEN TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 September 1914
oamp Fire IPhilosophy (By an A-cient Angler) The desire to get away from- the -beaten track of every day affairs, and far from the ?adding crowd of the usual lioliday) resorts, for rea sons:, varying with the individual, such" as away from 'the :inatchmak ing mamimas,". the 'Tin Gods" and "Gandy Joss`es"' of society, "the cigarette suicking Johnnies whose :hats," the "gigglinig Jennies whose vacant "laugh. betrays the empty mind" to no reason at all were the primary causes of a. party, com p' rising some very eligible, and sev eral very ancient, cronies and kin S"dred spirits, including -a -handsome ;?'young bachelor medico from-Collins etreet, a crotchety editor, of a Syd ' iey daily newspaper, a bald-headed barrister-minus his wig-a heavy. weight head manager of an Austra :. lasian bank, a city auctioneer, a Bro ,ken Hill broker, a gay young Scotch man, two big boys, and my eccentric .elif, selecting Doughboy Island as .?.'?the spot" for a prolonged holiday. -We had all, at some. ...
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 September 1914
:_Leongatha dogs were muchi to the fore at- the 6Wonthaggi-Daly ston Coursing Club's meeting held recently; Mr-i JTas -Maddern was represented. by;. Rugby 'and Dal nover in 'theb. Maidment Culp, for 16 all-aged ldogs 'at 1£2 -2s each, the. firste prize leinhg.al£lO :10s cup and £21. Both Leongatha dogs performed well, Rugby es pecially, -as- :he ran into thefinal, and-divided the stake with :Avon Maid:-' Dalnover, who recently wonrat Ky?ietoi,- was :beaten i by A.von 'Maid. in the second ties. Mr Maddern,- who is; a great en thuisiast of coursing, is: to be con gratulated on possessing two good dogs- ' hucti 'a Rugbyi ad'Iafl' nover, .'and- niay' he:'giain --mainy more successes :in the :coursing world. - A meeting of the ,cotriittee of the Fox Terrier, Coursing :Ciub was held at Bair's-Hotel on Tues day- evening, -:Mr Sol. 'Maddern being in the cidhair:/: 'The 'cbhief business , as: .the receivintg of tenders for .wire netting-the oval. Two tenders .were received, 'bit after a litt...
Federal Politics. Monday, 21st September. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 25 September 1914
Fe deral Politicse t·(Froii Our Co rresp oindent.) _Monaay, 21st September. h·he nefiiw Ministfry will be a sur prisd'e aiid a disappointment to many, for it is by lio means as striong as the last Labor administration. The first point which will strike the aver age elector is'that preference to un ionists, nominally at least the cause of the recent double dissolution, has been jettisoned by the Labor party. How else can?" e interpret the fact that King O'Malloy, the author .of the administrative policy, which Mr. Fisher as Prime Minister tried to water down with the phrase. "other things being equal,": has been un ceremobniously left out, and only a few days afterhe had publicly stated that hlie was a candidate for a seat in the Ministry.- Then again Mr. Josiah Thomas, who as Minister for External Affairs notified thAe. man who was accepted to go:'to the Northern -Territory . in; .cbiiection with isurveying work thit if'~not a member of a recognised -uiini6n he must join one. forthw...