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REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 October 1914
REPLY. I diiina' kin this "wee. Scdt,??'· ? An-ye e'sts? may bie true Bit, there's twa sides tae-a sto-?;.r As ye, uiae doot, wil allo While some brew lads ha've volunter d hForehnbUingi~ at the frot :. i They're no tlihe only yusyeike, Whaia'he tee hear thebrudn t Thee're loeee o ue are raither aul, Ane'oimoie are faui r ow er stoot A wheen o us ha e tailin sen, Ai' couldna' see taee shoot ??-..; " A?l: some o us are ishorto braith?le? An' sone9 ite halt an lamti, An' somne d lke:e ll tIk' 11 my aillij, .Tle dee in bed at hiame.: :. -? YIiet I dlet us juidge or brither in As wie'd be judged oor sel' What risason prompts tieir div'try act'i: * There'snan e o us can tel. Let each,;an a just play the pairt :That happens tie oor, ahare ::; At:Ha ine;fl afield, Wi'· biah n an' ir Lai:-r A"n:' un'e man can dadeimaliri. A~·`'': · TtM eNEiILAG h
THE KAISER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 October 1914
THE KAISER The figure standidg ouitfrom il oothers in Efirope tb-day .is- Wiilliaim of Hohenzollerb, :Ein-" E : peroi of ,Giermany- a minrii who has held the peace of Europe in:: thi palm of his hand for :the-laSst tenh years. He: icame in to .the.." w orldl`wiCith ljh bighitest prospectS.:. ie :was :the ??el~jst s;on of -adn eldest~i daughtei?, his rimotheri being the eldest: child of the late Queen Victoria Thi u liirdI' thisr;elation shiphe li~hiclaimined, Aince he was' eight years of age, tnat he is the rightful 'eir: to, the throne of Britain.:: 'AUitorities claim that hiis position rests upon0 a solid founidationi, and there can be no dobiubt that' liEs assistant war-lords have'incited: .his: ambition in this ditilection : to: th6e. oveir-balancing pointinl ?hich he is poised to daiy; As:i: boy, tio, his insatiable hatred: for :Britain was very miarkeod. His inmother tried again and &again to induce hiln to go to England for a 1 h61iday, and enter into the family life ...
Government Agricultural Classes. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 October 1914
Yoernmenit Aricul tural Classes Half a dozeiin men and the 'enior -High Sch?oal?sc bliars at tenided the open ii?ng ledoture of:tlhe overnmen- t:SAgricult?rfl Class~iti; i;under thei auspices of:tithe Loti-i gath Agricilt-rir? mlSbciety.at the, High Schol ofn Tuesdafiy after noon lat The u classes were as - ranged b:yefli e' columittcee for:the instructionl of fliarmers upoin up to-date miethioids of treaitimn thle land, ind it was disiappointir:g to see such a poor attenedance. The lecturer, tMr iTemple n mith r in his iinrtroductory remarks, spoke of ithe expenise incurred by-the Agricultural Departmniejt in &airry inig: out thelectures, anid con sidered itP onlyrirhikit thiat farmers should shiow ai initerest in- the classes ~ yieing iresent. Unless. there was an averageattendance of 30tlhesociety would notiparticipate ?, :b ,?. \r-c. : uu-? ? uu lu.?' ?-:- "'*- ? "?i?? president of: the Agricultiiral Sooiety: (Mrr A. E.- Nelson) .pre; sided;and introduced the lecturer, w...
Jersey Cattle Breeders' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 October 1914
Jersey Cattle Breeders'. S Association.; _. A meeting of members, of the Soith . Gippsland Jersey Cattle Breeders' Association.was'held in the Leongatha Mechanics'. Insti tute lodge-room yesterday after noon, Mr. F. F. Hulls presiding. Mr Gorrie, editor of. the "Comr monwealth- Stud. .Book,' was present. A letter- .was.. read from'the Diretfor of Agriculture, stating that the .'Comrmoriwealth: Herd: Book '! .could not be irecdgnti.sed; till published..: +:-- ; : lause 3A in the rules in refer:i ence :to number b of. couincil, was rescindied-on the motion of MMessrs Gostelow and .Rowe., :;-:'; A- notice.:of inmtion byi: MeRsrs S. Gostelowand H. Ghifalers, .that the-- council ,;e- administered; Sby 1ember inlieu 6 as The fo 3 lowing e com mittee wereadded IMessrs K Chalner s Gook. Beisterfeldt and R. Watson "i*r. : -Mr Mesley;ieefitioned the dairy parade . t; the High ..School .on .;October.: itli- whebn :: several Sbreeders: had rsignified-- their; in :- tentioii-of.:takiug :;partf.:...
CLASSES ABANDONED. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 October 1914
.CLASSES ABANDONED. Mi' Temple Smith curtailed his remarks bn th~e opening day of the classesin-the hope that there would be a larger attendance at the second lecture, when lantern vieWs would be used to give a better idea of the subject uinder consideration .. "Principles .of. Manuiring and Valueof Artificial Manures" was to receive attention from this field officer of :the Agricultural .Department.: Mr. :A.. Mesley ha'd specially prepared a room at the High School, by darkening the windows, in order that lantern slides could be used to::make :.the lecture mere effec tive: After waiting :till .-2 p.m. an .hour after. the advertised time -Mr Teniple ::Smith decided to abandon the classes, ;for outside two High .School employees,' the prinicipal,:the agricultural society sebretary and a Press iepresenta tive, only two0 were :present,. be-. sides :the ? senior scholars: of: the school, to gain information from an expert who has: had 30 years practical experience on the land, as well a...
SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 October 1914
. .: tSMOKE DRIFT" " nrow' aOOOl-: for public ? works,:i - Grassmere factory has onatedi 5601bs fbiutterfor war purposes , Forthe past'im onthist sithie Rail ways- have .eared a -surplus of £17,756.:1 ; SGeneralalla say pheis ntia candidate 'for 'the: 'Presid;ency of * Mexico. At .Broad meadows camp over * night leave ;wll o1longer be granted Military operations-at the seat of war are being greatly. hamr pered by-fogs.i The first:week's business of the Panama Canal was disappointing -only £30,000. - Servia compiains -that: of, the bullets, uded by "Austria, 20 per cent. are explosive. ;::: Railway working expenses now total £1,673,369.; pensions: anid gratuities; £112,855. Mr .Elnslie condemns the Spencer-ststtatioin.buildings as-a disgrace to Victoria.. The; constable at Broadford- is to be supplied.- witbh a bicycleinr stead of.with- a horse. \; Mrijshr declares there is no better .currency inthie world t'an Commonwealti notes.;,.::: The gross-revenue of the Rail-; waysfor the yea...
Coming Auction Sales. MESSRS McCARTIN & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 October 1914
::Co'iimin1g iA.uctjion Sals £uesdy, Otobe l :t Ho.rse sale iniLeongathfa yards, inicoi juictiori witih Messrs Ca~ipbell &- Sonsl. Fuill , attendanic off i Melbourne aind export buyeirs will be present., Tiuirsdayf October 22ndil Sale Iof razing and fattedning lauid at Mirbob Noith i by' autbhoiitiof fitthie e Ucectois of .:the ?vill of. thi lati~ I~*;~'i?!:,?Snaa i~tn i'-Ot~di :. Thi~~- gaf?: oftj contains 640 acre, ichocolte soil: with 8-roomed house MESSRS F 3 LTTLE PTY LTDfl oinday, October5th. Saleof dair-y'heid at flerrdria, on account if Mr'i. Cgarfraen tolihe ipropeirty 6 miles froin9Leo~ghtlha,. com prisin 26b cows,: slpringing and in fiilll m 1k.i Also Jorsey bull, pigs, iorses,: !jn ker:; ,Oart, .separatbr, dairy utensils, etc. MESSRS. SWEENEY BROs. & CONNOR. .!.iTuesday and Wednesday, Ocuober 6th and 7th.-Sale of. 300 dairy cows, on account of MIr H. G. Bod man, without reserve, on the pro perity, Wonwron, 4 miles from Yarram. The cows are principally Jer...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 October 1914
M'Cartin & Co Leongatha. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, Stock, Station, Land & Financial: Agents. : CATTLE SALES, 1914. Leongatha: Ko rumb' ra. --Thurs .. Friday. October:. 1 15 29 9 : 23-. November. .. 12 26" 6 -20 December .._*1 24': * ..: 4 18 *Denotes First Sal . Agents fdr Sun ire Office; Colonial Mutual life; National Trustees, Execu tars:and?:Agency. Co. '": Head office, Leongatha.. Branch office Korunibtirra;. -. . . - LoansNegotiated- Phone 28,Leorigatha. - :OUR NEXT SALE-" 0N TIHU?SDAY 15TH OCT. * IHorse Sale. LEONGATHA. : Tuesday, October 13th, 1914. M' cARTIN. & CO (in conjunction with CAMPBELL & SONS, of Kirk's Bazaar, Melbournei will hold a Sale of Horses,'at their Yards, Leon Sgaitha, on -Tuesday, October 13th, 1914. Commencing at 10 a.m. : .-,Entries Invited :Full attendance of Melbourne and Export Buyers. McCARTIN & CO., Leongatha. CAMPBELL & SONS, . Kirk's Bazaar, Melbourne, Executors' Sale. CHOICEST DAIRYING AND FATTENIN...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 October 1914
FIRE GRAIG'S NEWS AGE NCY Two -Doors r:om Old Corner, S EW- Stook Stationeriy, Con fectionery and School-Books to hand, together with our usual supply of Newspapers and Maga zines. . :Tickets for Eiglit :Hours'. and Druids'"Art Unions. Do You Want Good Value For Your'Money ? PRICES RIGHT. I . . F SO, CALL ON :T. TH. COCHRAN, -Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE R. H. SIMON, PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA," STORthe Following Lines:--TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and 'all Iron - Work in connection-with Houses and Farms. Windmills supplied and erected. 'Dairy Utensilsjnanufactured on the premises. Cycles new and second hand), Cash or Terms. Sundries kept in 'tock; good: assortment. :Repairs of al descriptions promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and Other Metals) done Sewing Machines repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. SHOT and COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM REFRIGERATING, aid SEWARAGE CONNECTIONS LAID ON. Estimates Given. Certificated Melbour...
ORIGINAL POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 October 1914
ORIGINAL POETRY. Wheni Australia uniurls hier iroud colors O'er.her laddies by laiid and by sea, They'll make. the old Kaiser to treinble, And bring his-vain hosts to their knees.. All you lads that are willing and able, - Enlist and get ready to march; Andadd to our bold British:[Army, A dauntless ''Australian -Black = Watch." And when you come back with your laurels, -After quelling the '! Germanic" host, Well add to your proud decorations, : An Australian Victoiria Cross. Should any of you then be missing; :, At the time of citllingtheroll, Our hearts and our purses we'll open, : :'With- the sorrowing friends to condole, -(Lines Written by a Wild Dog Creek -Laureate.) .
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 October 1914
THE iCokl Ministry issued a 'pro clamiation prohibitingi the export of grain to> any country save Great.Britain, unlesq's the written consent of the Minister of Cus toms was.. first obtained The Fisher Ministry ':issued -a further proclamation,0- forbidding .the ,.ex port of grain :-eveni 'to, Great Britai n'..withou t: the- corsen t of the Minister. In '. 'Nei South Wales Labor fixed ' the O'rice6ofi wheat at. 4s 2d,- iiýn-Victoria .a Liberal [Govern'me'nt hias fixed it 4s 9d. Thus each party .admits fully and frankly :that thle well beirig ofithe Commonwealth and of the Empire must be preserved, evenr though theIliiberty usually allowed to the citizen .to:," do as he pleases 'with his own " is seriously .:curtailed; -: In. :time. of war any citizen may be:called oni to defend his country at the cost of -his .life, "an a'sfsuredly, tliit being, so, it -.would -be- absurd: to allow other citizens (to sacrifice the country "and enhance their profits. Yet the -patriotic .pro duceri...
INVERLOCH. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 October 1914
INVERLOCH &nbsp; &nbsp; The patriotic, concert held here &nbsp; &nbsp; on Wednesday last was the most successful function that has ever taken place in the hall. Such a deserving object as that of &nbsp; asisisting the patriotic funds was responisible for such an amount of enthusiasm being shown. The &nbsp; &nbsp; hall was profusely decorated with flags and the residents of the town who worked so loyally for the object in view are to be con gratulated upon their efforts. The sum of £30 was raised, which will give an idea of the gathering assembled. The secretarial duties wore most creditably carried out by Mr R. H. Edwards, who. was ably assisted by Mrs Edwards and a number of other ladies. The programme was a most excellent one, the cream of talent from Wontbaggi and Korumburra taking part. The night being fine, there was a large attendance of visitors from the surrounding townships to assist such a de serving cause. The Prime ...
Leongatha Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 October 1914
*iLeongatha Teilephone Exchange. Following are the.numbers and namies of.sdibscribers : 1 Shirie of Woorayl Office. 2; Butter Factory, andlmanager's .,residence. 8. Co-operativre Society's Store. . W. G. Walker, storekeeper. . - Peck & Sons, auctioneers. 6. J. M. Molloy, chemist .7 P. Johnson, butcher. 8. Dr Howden, physician. 9. Nurse Morris,, private:hospital 10. Lardner & Co., ironmongers. l11. Colvin '? Co., drapers. 12. A E. Edney, storekeeper 13. Rossiter& Co., STAR Office. 14: Pearce & Jarratt, butchers S15. S; Maddern,Commercial Hotel 16. Neal.Bros., storekeepers. 17.: R. Bair, Otago'Hotel. ,' 18. E. Manders, agentt 19. Nurse Good, private hospital. 20. Rev. P. J, Coyne, Presbytery. : i*:: 21. J: Wb.Rumpf,:priviate residence 22. J. McFarlane, coac6builder. : : 23. E. TcNamara, baker.. 24. .H. Kelly, undertaker. i :25. Jno. Lardner;private residence :. 26. Dr Pern, physician. : :27.iE. A. Cole:auction mart. S28.;McCartin & Co., auctione...
Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 October 1914
P~·-. ostal- ~Informai~ti~on . AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA.i LETTrrERS. P[#l:C~Ross'' d : . W, ilhi Cioini ?mOinwealth aul i :. all pla'es i British Em i pire,.,per jounoe 0. 1 E .- re, each hafdditioni :oz . : 0- 1 .-:;::T? · il:;; h-r Iplacesi,q singl-:-; ,i ·::t-14t .-V? R~iil~ cards O .f: : ". -0:: i! ".Nd;~5:'?,r}?Zand,;'--l;."eryor :I. :.:. • ? :! :?Vspaper? pjrinted: odteid6:t'ho S ithiCom onw olth are aubjoatto nd all places ini Bitish Em To :'Uniit Kinoth plaom-Not ei- 1 NEW5PAPJ5RS i ceein Cgo8mon., ealth ned wt-e Zaland, for every n: ? paper, up to 0os. 0- - -!·-LEaoh-additional 2oz. ... 0?. For~trbiihmiiuirion ·.whblly bj, Nw sea per Oriintend P.anoutside the Commonwealth are subject to maga ine. srateamers, 16ostage. -United' Kingdom-Not ex Scether ploz.ae, noteeding :news p: aprozs. ... ,Eachadditional 2oz. *. 00 ' : '- : BOOK?.. :" .. For trhin tiseCmmon wholly byh, sea peor boks printed and P. andu O:. steamli, pers, ?6sor prt ' 1 ?:Printisd? outside.' ?'Auitralia, ...
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 October 1914
Af;ELBOURN E PIG 1VIMARKET Adamilson Strettle & Co .report: 1250 y3arded : Stores SuckersO-0 to :ib slips 13s to 18s, snall stores ?81s to 20s. Porkers-Prime light 32s t-:o 38, p.[rime heavy :40s: to 48ss- a few ' extra: choice to 52s. Baconers Prime :hBeavy :75s to 80s, priiime medium 65s t6 70s p·rime :light 57s to 62sinfeijior? fro~m0 "2 o-ud pens lof d~e toigay quaity mde90 t lsis prime weighty £4.610 ;to £5 10s rough and- staggy tfom 60s
MARKETS. GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 October 1914
~lP[ SLAN C OPERATIVE SE[JING 00 'S REPORtT cho.f::ice 1liii4d ioo-?"i;6:to:: pi ine lO i! to lid dairies and sepirrators 10d to Od. OheesePrime inew dloaf indmeditu 6d to 6kd e semi mia utffred .8d to 8 2d, iatuiird 9d tolOd, E gs.Phivate lots selling at 91il duckl egg(s94J9 Bacon Goodidemaand, light sides'lO dc to Od imedium tweighCS tsd9 heavies 8'd miiddlesllid jackets 9d:.to 9J.d . Wheat 4s9d, :Oait's-. 3 ::1d for irime .niilling feed 2s 1id to ':3s M..Maize Primei flait ired 3s 'iOj d. occbasioall? 3s lid: i~aff Choice oatelinit £5 .1:i7s6d to( £6, medium do wn to'0£5?1O0s. OnhibOns £11 : :four prime? lines. Podtitoes Prie Cearmans £5:55s to' £5 )14, Sinsovflakes £E4 -15s to £5·· · :··
MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. Next Date, Thurs., Oct. 15 [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 October 1914
MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. :Next Date, Thurs., Octi. IB5 . Up A.M. Foster (dep.) .. 9 Hoddle Range ..: 9.19 Fish Creek , 9.26 Boys. .. 9.34 Buffalo ... 9.40, Stony Creek - .. 9.49 Meeniyan. :..- 9.54 Tarwin - ... :10 Koonwarra - ..: - . 10.8. Leongatha (arr.) ... : 10.30 . An.iiinlediate start: is to . be made with the construdtion of the aviation school at Altona Bay £10.000. - . Daring 1914-15 :the Railway: Department intends to build 74 new locomotives, at an outlay of £251;877.
Coming Auction Sales. MESSRS McCARTIN & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 October 1914
Coming. Aucfion: Sales -: MESSRS MOCARTIN & CO. Tuesday dOctoberl13th H~orse sale in Leongatha yards; in con junction with Messrs Campbell & Sons. Full attendance of Melbburne and export buyers will be present. Thursday, - October 22nd.--Sale of grazing and fattening land at Mirboo North, by authority of the execttors of the will of the late Daniel McCartin. The property contairis 640 acres;, chocolate soil, with 8-roomed house. MESSRS. iSWEENEY BRos. & CONNOR. Tuesday and Wednesday, Oclober 6th and 7th.-Sale of 300" dairy cows, on accouiit of Mr H. G. Bod man, without reserve, on tlie:pro perty, Wonwron, '4 miles from Yarram. The cows are principally Jerseys and Ayrshires. Also 200 pigs,; 10 horses, dairy plants, &c. MESSRS JOSEPH CLARKE & CO. .Friday, October 9thf.'At Kor umburra sale yards, at 12- noon, township allotments. at Inverloch; and 4-roomed cottage.
SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 October 1914
SsPORT ADPA AS T1 THE TURF... The: followiiig .ook elý in for the races at Geelong to-morrow:- Trial .Handicap --- Majella and Clinch.' -Breakwater 'Welter Dewberry ?end Clumrettus. 'Juven ile Stakes-Boyne Water and Gyrtiong. City .Handicap-,Jem lah ahd Coolagunyah. St. Albans 'Plate-Ipoh .and Bal Blair. St. Albans Purse - Lundoyne and. Quarry Park. ; Woorak was made an odds on favorite for -the A.J.O. Derby at Randwick on Saturday, and he tried t) win all the way,. but Mountain Knight (who pricd was 7 to 1), started to overhaul: the favorite at the distance, ý'and, finishing with a fast run, defeated the Traquair colt by three-quar ters of a length, with' Giru in third position ' The :Epsom- Handicap, which was -decided at Randwick on Saturday,once again proved disas trous to backers of the favorites, the result'beiing a victory for the 16 to 1 chance Portrush, who hails from Newcastle, and is in the same stable as :Posinatus." The' placed horses were Garlin. and top-weight Gigaiid...
SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 October 1914
:iSMOjKE DIFT The; ed sMIst Aij ra pattiotc fund now totals £15 085 Some 450 imi mrants saild ~d??for Queensland on. 15ti? Seip te'mbei:r: First-class tobacco ?f bf c:diga quality is worth up 1/6 pe lb The :populltioti of :NSW -?. ::s 430,000 greatter :lthai~ that of Vic toria. s.: · ·: The Berlirinnewspapers arei pre paring the pepple: fr ?hoi e tidings ofdisaster: :. : ?-. r : . :.: The water supply:at' Cline ?a'nid other townships in thebtate :is about exhausted. ? I Tn 1897 there iwer'e: 233 tobac'ok farmers in Yictoriai Last :yeiar they;numbered 54 Great Britain ?? il not :interfere with food-stuffs shlipped :froni America to Holland::::::: :::: Boring for water near Allandale has resulted in a flow of 9000 gals: per day being struck. Manufacturers. cbmplain hofthe, unevenness of .the :"quality~ 'of colonial tobacco leaf. The Japanese have lafidedd marines and occupied : Labshau,: capturing eight guns.??;:, ; . i The population .of the l orthern Territory is 3664, and o::f ;the...