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District News. MEENIYAN [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 September 1914
District News.. MEENIYAN :._ i:: A: stokei night to wind up the football --season: :and make ::the; presentation of the mIeddils .lwn .. s held on Friday-:evening. There was a, good crowd present, including visitors .from 'Stonyri Creek. The chair was occupied by Mr. W-. J. Farrell, .and a very enjoyable evening ,,was` spent. Musical litems were rendered ,by Messrs McHiutchinson: (S.tony Creek), Smith, Allen; Baxter Dike, Gribbin,' Craven, Worth ington and H[are, and Messrs Mec Whinney and Hanily acted as accompanists.- ,.The, .chairman made the following presentations on behalf of the club:=--Mr A: Ross, best all round player and most improved player, won both Messrs Hewett's and' Adams' med Mr R., Kidd' was pre sent 2 h Mr :Farrell's medal for 'ing -iproved 'football durinn = the season; and the medal presented by. Mr J. Allen for most- successful goal-kicker was won by Mr S.. Banks: Each of the.recipients responded. -The' followi'ig toasts were honored during. the evening ::- "-T...
Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 September 1914
: lb Jp iryice.: "MAILS RECEIVEDi AND DES. PA; j J FgROkM, LEONGATHA Closing Hour. To Melbourne &. prnibiirra : :7: a.m & 8.45 p.m.. All stations to ort A~lbert? ..:0.45 a.m. Leongatha South S :Mon., Wed., & Fri. 11.45 a.m. Mirliooo North -?Tues Tjurs., Sat. 11 a.m. :&lt; Mardan Tues., Thurs., Sat. 11 a.m. ? McKinnon's R.O. : Tues., Thurs., Sat. . 1 a.m Wheelan's R.O.- Tues., Thurs., Sat. 11 a.m. Koorooman East : Tues., Thurs., Sat., 11 a.m. Mardan South Tues., Thurs., Sat. -. 2 p.m. .Wooreen R.O. Tues., Thurs., Sat. 11.40 a.m. Francome's R.O.- 'Tues.,;Thurs., Sat. 11.40 a.m. Hogan's R.O. Tues., Thurs., Sat. 11.40 a.m. Mount Eccles Tues. & Saturday. 12.30 p.m. Harper's R.O.-- Tues. & Saturday 12.30 p.m. Tarwin to Tarwin Lower, and Cashin's loose bag Tues., Thurs., Sat. 12 noon * Stony Creek to. Dollar, Fidge's' R.O., Scott's R:O. & Mirboo Sth.- Mon,, Wed. & Fri. 12.30 p.m. Meeniyan to Dumbalk, Nerrena East, Woorayl, Dod...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 September 1914
GOLF. A -:.mixed; foursormes :-(sweep stake) was played on the local links" on Wednesday afternoon, and resulted in a' win for-Mr Gregory and Miss Campbell with a: net score of 46. One stick conipetitibons (sweep stake) for men and ladies, will be played- on Wednesday after noon.
MARKETS. MELBOURNE PIG MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 September 1914
MARKETS. `MELBOURNE PIG MARKET Adamson, Strettle & Co. report. Stores-Suckers 10s to 12s, slips 13s to 16s, small stores 18s to 21s. Porkers-Small and light 25s to 27s, prime light 30s to 35s, prime heavy 40s to 48s, a few choice lots higher. Baconers-Small and light 50s to 55s, heavy 65s to 72s, choice farmers' lots 75s to 80s, a few extra to 84s. Backfatters Prime heavy £7 to £8, good £4 10s to £5 10s, medium sizes 70s to 80s, rough from 50s. Sir Ian Hamilton tells of an Indian hill man escaping up a hill side, at whom 300 rifles were fired without him being hit. So many officers in the Federal• service have volunteered for the war that the leave of all those.on holidays has been oancelled, ...... . .... ?. -:
NO JINGO. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 September 1914
NO. JINGO:. No I;ain't'.wot's called a Jingo,' an'.I - ain't a-seekin'"gore:. Don t you make-no isort o' erroralbouit that; Bhit I ?olds my own opinion on the ques "tion of this'war: Don't you make no :ort o': rror? about that, For tliei Missus reads itie papers? an' I. -: listen to the new; ; an' -sittin .irin our Vlt'oc:.oure;-:.we'ex;. changes our viewsa, But -we're -loyal British subjec's, i'an tliere's just on'e side to choose: Ina .Dboi't ,ou make no sort o errdr abouit that .. ..._ Kaiser Willie's been a:ivavin'.-s mnail d fist in.the air-. : : ;;I Don't you-make no sort o" errorabjout that, An' asplayi,' of .a game wvot ain't ex= actly on the square,? Don't you make no sort o' error about :that.: ': E says," :Me ani! Gaowd's a-goih' for to terrorise teli*rid,". An' .'e thought 'e :'eld tivo bowers an' the Joker in 'is 'and,-. Quite forgettin' it wivas bluff 'e played, :. -n un k n in, t I o'( wh mlrn l\ Don't youi make no sort o' error about that. The Old Lion was a-wworryin...
Leongatha Ambulance Classes. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 September 1914
Leongatha Ambulance Classes. For the past three -months a ladies .-and gents ". :class;. I have been iristructed by Dr. Pern aid Dr. Howden. respectively; in; a course of lectures and practical work- on Home: Nursing," in furthering the knowledge for the rendering of aid to the sick and-in jured. The 'result of sicdh' in structioni and the attention given to same;, was -severely :tested on7 September' 10th and .lth, whdn 1both- classes- were 'subjeotid' tsba verby- critical examination =in' theory :and practical. wo'rk of treatment in home :nursing, infectuous diseases,, ventilation, disinfectants, &c. The _exam ination papers were. very com prehensive, and embodied all the principal subjects of, the course. The candidates who were suc cessful in gaining the required65 points to secure a pass, and-over, are as follows:-Misses A: Allison 69, M. Griffiths 79, E; Harris 72, G. Kilpatrick 71, A. Morris : 69, E.. Russell 67, M. Salmon 74,. K. Symonds 85, D, Shaw 71. The gentlemen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 September 1914
M'Cartin & Co0 Leongatha. . Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, Stock, Station, Land & Financial : Agents. - CATTLE SALES, 1914. : Leongatha. Korumb'ra'.', , Thurs - Friday September .: 3 17 . 11 25 October -.. 1* 15 299 / 9 23 November .; 12 26 6 20 December :. 10 24 ... 4 18 *Denotes First Sale. . * Agents for Sun ~ire Office; Colonial :Mutual Life; National Trustees, Execu itars and Agency Co. Head office, Leongatha. Branch office Korumburra. - - ' -" •Loans Negotiated. Phone 28, Leongatba. . OT NEXT SALE ON THURSDAY, 1ST OCT. 71 Bullocks,: 2½ and 3yrs old, good sorts and good colors 25 Steers, 3yrs old 30 2" and 3yrs old Bullocks 35 2yr-old Steera 130 2-tooth Crossbred Hoggets in the wool 350.Ewes, with lambs at foot Clearing Sale. LEONGATHA YARDS. ' Thursday, October Ist, 1914 At 1 p.m.. 1M cCARTIN & CO. have been in .1L structed by MR W. BAWDEN, a JoNsIoR, Leongatha, to Sell by Auction in their Yards on above date 20 Milking Cows, Ayrshire and Jersey Cross, on s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 September 1914
FIRE.! I FREAý CRAIG'S NEWS :AGENCY; TEMPORARY PREMISES. IN t-SNELL'S BUILDINGS --, Two: Doors. From OldOornier;', - fectionery and School Books: to hand, together, with ourusidal supply of Newspapers and Maga: zines. - Tickets:for Eight Hours' and •Druids' 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, F OR the Following Lines :-TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and- all Iron L;- Work in connection with Houses and Farms. Windmills supplied and erectedi. 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 Machines repaired.' Satisfaction guaranteed. " HOT and COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERATING, and SEWARAGE CONNECTIONS LAID ON. E...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 September 1914
Last Friday's ieeting, of the Woorayl Shire Council beingth-e last before the end of the finan cial year, the secretary (Mr Geb. F. Michael) made.reference to the position at the bank, where, after payment :of the accounts passed, there was a'debit balance of upwards of £4000.' This, he remarked, was within the. limit, but there iwould be little revenue received before the end of Decem ber, and a. certain amount would be required for works in progress and general expenses. A A.sugges tion from a .councillor was made that the services of daymien' be dispensed .with,. but rCr DDonald remarked that su-ch a cou rseiwas not advisable,; for the - coundcil should not be; the means of in creasing the rannlks of the un em ployed- if it could ..bel:avoided. This received the approval of his colleaguesi, -and it: was agreed to find workfo fr all in the employ of the council. : The reading of the engineer's report at each monthly meeting of the Woorayl Shire Council has been little short of. :a...
KOONWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 September 1914
KOONWARRA. The Koonwarra Mutual Im provement Society held a mock banquet and dance on Tuesday evening last, when there was a good attendance.' The toasts for the banquet were as follow "The King," proposed by. Mr Coote, responded to by Mr J. McIlwaine;- "The Allies," pro posed by Mr Rowan,-responded to by Mr E. Johnson; " The Federal Parliament," proposed by Mr A. Hitchner, responded to by Mr N. Coote; "The State Parliament," proposed by Mr. E. Ahlstedt,rre sponded to by Mr J. Dunne ; "The Shire Council," proposed by Mr F. Buckingham, responded to. by Mr J. Mcllwaine; " The Ladies," by Mr J. Mcllwaine, responded to by Mr H. Prosser; " Agricultural Interests," by Mr Johnson, re sponded to by-Mr R. Armstrong; "The Chairman " (Mr W: Coote), proposed by Mr J. Taylor, re sponded to by the chairman. Mr J, McIlwaine spoke on the benefit of having a Mutual Impoovement Society in the district, and was supported by Mr E. Johnson, after which the non-dancers adjourned, while the others enjoyed...
WEDDING. BEDWELL—HAMANN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 September 1914
WEDDING. &nbsp; BEDWELL—HAMANN. On the 9th inst., Mr Percy H. Bedwell, grazier, of Dubbo &nbsp; (N.S.W.), was married to Miss Hamann, daughter of Mr C. B. &nbsp; Hamann, of "Melinda," Ruby, at &nbsp; St. Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne. Owing to a recent bereavement in the bride's family, the invita- tions were confined to the near relatives of both parties. And althouigh such was the case, quite a number of friends of the bride came to witness the ceremony. A choral service, prettily ren- dered by the choir boys, enhanced the impressiveness of the pro- ceedings. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a beautiful gown of ivory Oriental satin, draped skirt, over which fell a honiton lace tunic, bodice of lace. The court train was ornamented with tulle and true lovers knots' blossoms and pearls. An effective finish was an embroidered veil grace- fully arranged over a wreath of orange blossoms. The two brides- maids, Misses Hamann, s...
Woorayl Shire Council. LEONGATHA, SEPTEMBER 25TH. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 September 1914
Woorayl Shire Council. LEONGATHA, SEPTEMBER 25TH. Present-Or hMcicifoald' (presi dent), Donald, Coulter, Hender- son; Hall and Inglis. &nbsp; CORRESPONDENCE, From Department of Public Works, asking if the statement made by Mrs M. A. Dobson re &nbsp; water frontage in parish of Ner- rena is satisfactory to the coun- cil, she having objected to pay the rent as there is a private road through her property?--Secretary &nbsp; to attend. &nbsp; Department of Lands and Sur- vey, stating that allotment 9A, parish: of Waratah, is held by Mrs Francis Ellen Boag, under permit dated December 1st, 1912. -Received. State Accident Insurance Office, re Workers' Compensation Act. -- Secretary to attend. Victorian Railway Commis- sioners, stating that, as promised at a deputation, a footbridge would be provided at the side of the overhead bridge, the council to form and maintain the ap- proaches thereto. --See motion. Same, re paying cost of asphalting in Bair street, ...
Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 October 1914
MAILS ý'RECEiVED' AND 0DES PATCHED F M LEONGATH Closing Hour., To Mellourne &' I.!-;iii Korumbiirra 7 :&'?84S m. All stations to ' - Port Albert ". 0 a.m Leongatha Sooith-:' ': . olon ,Wed &, Fri 1- 45 am.m : irboo North - -;-' :: i Tues. Thuirs;, Sa t.. S.Tues. wThiiis . Sat. . " Ia.m McKiiinn9's R.O.-- STues .iThiui:s., Sat 1A if n. \Wheelan's R.O.- - Tues., Tlhurs, Sat il. ': .i. Kooroonman East- . STues., ThurIs. Sat., 1'a.- .'lm M'lardan .South- T' us., Thurs:, Sat . P2 p.m Woorecn R.O.- ' Tues., Thurs., Sat. "11.40 a.m Francome's R.O.- -Tucs.,-Thurs.., Sat. -:140 a.m' Hogan's R:0.- &lt; Tues., Thurs, Sat.. 11.40 a.a.: Mount Eccles .Tuets & Saturday 12.30 p.nm. Harper's I.O.- . . Tues. & Saturday 12.30 p.mI 1n'irwin to Tarwin Lower, : 91nd Cashin's looze bag'- Tues., Thurs., Sat 12 noon Stony Creek to Dollar, -: Fidge's R.O., Scott's R O. & Mirboo Sth.- - , Mon., Wed. & Fri. 12.30 p.m. Moceniyan to Dumbalk, Nrerena...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 October 1914
(ii ii _.:· J. PALMER, LARDNER'S TIMBER YARDS, " LEONGATHA, - : T'ESIRES to annonuce that he has settled in this town, and is pre -:- .pare'to undertake all classes of Car pentering Work in any palt of the district; Gates, Wheelbarrows, &e., S"ade;. Estimates given for all classes of work. Contracts carried out in a thorough tradeamanlike manner. Saws I sharpened and set. Wolfe's Schnapps" the World's Nightcap. Buy Whole Bottles. A COUGH MIXTURE RECIPE WORTh - HAVING.. - BIG MONEY-SAVER. By a Qualified Chemist..: . If fourteenpence were lyi ngon .the footpath what would you d6-leave it there or put it in your pocket? Every. time you pay eighteenpence for a bottle of faioily cdugh remedy you really pay :foutteenpence more than you now need to. That's a fact thousands of thrifty .people are proving every' day. You can prove it straight away 'by trying this Hean's Essence' ecipe. SInto a jug pour fusi'-tablespoonfuls of sugar, two of vinegar, and a large breakfastcupful of wate...
SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 October 1914
-SPORT AND PAsTIME5:~~~·: THE TURF. morrow nwill cre at more than ornary interest, as besides the October Stakes i n which several Cuphoirses are engaged the two year olds] wilb given their first public uting as firi as Victoria is concernem th Malin byrnong Trial Stkeki Several promisi n g youngstiersares a .ikely to ispor snlk someofbwhom are showing a fine turn ofspeed on the tracks, and, as is usual inr this clais of race ati the cornh iencemientu ou -- ame-, season;--:- the winner, takes. a lot of ipickingig fThiei October, Stakes. should ,pro vide a: splendid racea? a such bril liaant performers. as Uncle Sam,' Aleconner, Sylvainmore and Anna Carlbvna -will: probably,: be iin cluded in , t:e: field . The follow. ing selectionis may -bena near ..th mark: -HURDLE RACE. Mountain Heather ..: 1 : . The- Vet : ** . . ,: :. . : :. . W- idden .. STAND HANDICAP-. ' Meritus 1 .. . .;.. 1 SGladwyn 2. ... -&lt;SheriffMuir.. . 3 ;MARIBYRNONG TRIAL STAKES.; ,Pretty Bobby... .:... ;1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 October 1914
RMNANTS OF LINOLEUlYI & FLOOROLOTHS SPECIAL SALE AT / I; H: OOLVIN & COO.'S,. I H. OOLV/N OO.'S, &j&lt;Renats of Linoleum 6 feet wide5 Reiiii~nt~ of L~oer~t6 wde. Remnants of Linoleum 3ff, 9in. wide Remnants of Linoleum 3 feet wide Al t special prices to clear -&lt;- : Iti has cost- the Uniled States £500 :per day: for .12 riiontlhs to 1o90k after 5000 fugitive Mexican .soldiers and-their. folloivers. : ;'The Federal Governmehrin t has de6id'ed to go ahead .-with the Ciniobiiobealth ekhibiti'iat tli: PanamaExhibiition ".' : 6;( i; F FooTBALLs i FooALLs:l The ??wvinter. is ~at hand and our new stock of :Foot balls are openedout. .We havi a :.large variety; at Ss, 3s 6d, 4s; 5s; 6s Gd; 7? 6d, 10s Gd, 15s 6d, with finest quality bilad ders, Phonographs, Gramophones, Ac cordeons, Concertinas,. - and- Monuth Organs in great variety at G. 'FoRD'S, Tobacconist and Fancy Goods Deale, Leongatha. Leongatha .Tennis Clu'b: qOll ANNUAL MEETING.of emi .Lber...
SCRIPTURE STUDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 October 1914
SCRIPTURE STUDIES, A. CROWN OF GLORY. J y 1A-tSbTOR RU4SELL. , .ll'u shiat also be a crown of glory i3n tlihe had of the:I?rd, and a royal diadem i?, l biaind f ti. God." (Isaiah lvii.). (cod h'm, proivided a- savi tion for the oi in. i lhe next Age. But the call of this oep.e" l Age is somethlii:g unique-separate -??frol;ni:;1i?'sh1:atiton of mankinl. Dauring tihis A ge God has been gatheririg out of the ,. world solie of those lwho have a hearing of faith and a response of :heart. In our text he declares that this class shall be a royal ,diadem not: oi Gods. head, as if an added '-iglory, but in His hand, representative of -pIower. In his Power Jehovah will show 'forth the Church;-and thus iHe.will show orb His own praises, in that He will re W veal featur?. of ]lis glorious eharacter whSich have never before been exhibited. , The permisslon of evil has given oppor ~unity for God to develop ilis great Pl' n -for the eradication" of evil. 'IIe could easily have ??v .prevented Satan...
D' YE KEN ? [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 October 1914
§ D' YE KEN? SThere's a??vee young Scot : Ye a' kexveel, - . He'stspic', an' span and braw, '-; Buit he canna' leave the hliaine ties". So wiiina' gang:t' war. ::: He wrastled wi' hisisel'. tlihe nicht:: :::: Vliether t':gang or flee, -; An' gaed tae Ruby in the :morn,: The auld folkfor'sae see. "OCh I Mither, Mither dear, he cried, I:?'m feelinig sad and sore, .::Oh Imak' -.me promise, Mither dear,: Thar I'll no gang to the-war.:' ;'He dinna" lo tlie Gerinans, He thinks' tlhem.bally swine;. :.Bit is caref! just ?o0' :think." it, 5When hlii uip at thie "Turn Verein. :So here's to the foaming lager. : An' theoFrankfurt crisp an' braw ::My,th:em's the kiind o' Germans: S-.On whicli:he'll:?vage thie iar ! 9 Js. wALtsHa