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METHOD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914

METHOD. Not long ago at a meeting the Welsh farmer was being generally reproved for his extravagance. The lecture seems to have betn taken to hear.? That is the convictionu, at any rate,- of a gentleman' who was motoring in South Wales the other day (says the "?West ern Mail"). While he was whiting in a village a farmer drove up, hitched his horse to a post, and carefully muzzled the animal with a feeding-bag.' The farmer then went 'round to the'back 3f his cart and took out of it a chicken with a piece of string tied to one leg.' With the string he fastened the chicken to the hitching-post, so that it could pick up the oats dropped from the horse's fiose-bag.. More than half the people who all hrough life suffer from the delusion that they are- too clever by: half had better settle down to soene good hum 1rum work, and the earlier in life-they learn this lesson the better.-Akthur Pendenys. -

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914

: =/{ Ii??TO THE-EDITOR,= ":: ?.: SIRi I regret that I have irri .tated :" Uhspotted" ion:askinrgfor -. informaiation re fislhirg. :If he is . not prepared-to supply: why boast of ~his accomplishmerits: in. thte "- art and skill" of anglirig? ' ei:· ie~ e lshould -not - i·speak :much, Sabout-oneself~i Youirs &ici 5 O sIN SEARCH OF KNOWLEDGE rr'.Leongatr a :28/1/14.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914

M.C.. ar..tin o Leongath.,, -. Sheep and Cattle Saesmen, .i ;Stock, Station, Land & FianoiLl: :' * . Agents. -: * .-..- --CATTLE SALESI 1914.' - Leon'ta. Kor'umbra. -Thurs 'Friday. January .,;22. : 2 16 30 . February 5 -19; 1327 March .. 5 19 : -.-13:7 m - p ' ril -. :. 2- 16" 30 2 : A4 - gi ' : May :.-. 14" 28-.. • : 8' 22 1S_, S ; June .. 25 . 19 s( • July - ... 9: 23 : 1..: b . August : 6. 20 ... 14 28 ; September 3. 17 . 211 . b .- October :. 1 15 29 . 9 23 - November :.;.12 26 6 20 December:...; 10 24- .. 4 18 , -Denotes First Sale. - Agents for Sun lire Office; Colonial SMutual Life; National Trustees, :xsecu-: -tars and Agency. Co. - Head office; Leongatha, Branch offce Korumburra. :." Loans Negotiated. Phone 28, Leongatha. OUR NEXT SALE ON TERURSDAY, 5TH FEB. 10 Shares Dimbalk Butter Factory, 10 Shares Leongatha Co-op: Society. Mathieson & Davis, Stock and Station Agents, Sheep .. and Cattle Salesmen/-;,: 5 - STi JAMES ,BUILDINGS,: 27Tl1 S.- WILLIAM STREET, :...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914

FIRE! FIRE! fectionery and Sch.'ool Books to hand, together with our usual supply of Newspapers ard Maga Tickets for EighltHours' and Druids' Art Unions. .-. •i .tc Stto ', .. ... ? : 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 EOR the Follo&wing Lines.:--TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, a~id all Iron 1 WVork in connection with Houses and Farms. Windmills supplied aiid erected. Dairy Utensils manufactured on the premises. Cycles new and second hand), Cash or Terms. Sundries kept in stock; good assortment. Repairs gf al descriptions promptly executed. Brazing: (Cast Iron and Other Metals) daone: Sewing Machines repaired. Satisfaction:guaranteed. . . HOT and COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERATINGI, and.> ; SEWARAGE CONNECTIONS LAID ON. Estimates Given. Certificated Melbourne and eropolitan Board of W...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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District News. INVERLOCH. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914

DistrictNews. IN ERLOCH. 'The ;annual aquac sports were .eld ion M:onday ast a?id were: great .'success.;-; .thl o attendanoe beingklarge. ' ionthaggi, joru burra:? tOtrjmi :Kongwakai .id Leongatha.wre re-llpresnh't-" ed Fdllowiring are tie-results:-i: ' WR purliec ee lis, F erlo? Longetwak'S.i - ate hutidred tyard un inwater NaJest dolliis.- ssi Ladies'ý'race-.-MisS' tep stis, 1, Miss N, Edward. S:,..:i..: : 7: Swimmesg race,wim 10ing yracrds RigCoall , MBliss D2Nelon 2. :Rid-Bys' swimming race--Fr.Soti R. Spurling 1, 1F Scott2l Longest 4dye meamer 1 Jar att . Little 2. Neatest dive-Bliss. Ladies'cht race--Miss N Stewaens.. 1, Miss N. Edwards 2S. . Ladies' swimming race Miss D.,Cole 1, Miss D. Nelson 2. Boys' swimming race-F Scott 1, K. Little 2. Yacht race-0C Newmani 1, G. H.-Beilby 2. A fire panic in a pioture theatre in Java resultedin the ..?i s of 75 lives. :M^ .*~j CAy^';^^ :^

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 January 1914

Most people realise in a general way: that to at leaist three States, Victoria, 'New .'South' Wales iand 3outh ~ Australia, wieat growing is i vitally important matter.- Corn paritively few,; however, :have :onpe: at -all- carefully.. intothe igures,' or know how* much .the .ost of' marketing- effects, and must effect, the area under culti vation.. :Accordinig to. the report ,f the Royal C:omniission which Jonsidered: the question, the:price if wheat h as during thei last ten years variedp from '2si9d to4s 2d per bushel ;-when the: latter. price is paid -;he 'farmer can afford to pay fodt bags and, for' out of date Smthods.i ' f :hadlin g, 'buti when ted lober price rules tihe'cbst of marketing:- iundhdte ?tterly out : of date methods ;Jis .:ruinous: -The. report of the'. Royal Conmiision says -that the costof bags is.from sixpence. to' sevenpence, that the cost of handling themlisia big item and :Ithat the usual method of weighing- themn is' quite -'iun satisfactory. -It adds, -'th...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA. Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 February 1914

MAIpS Rqa T.MgryE~ AN· DB PATIHED F.RO1QM LEOIWATHA Closl Ho To Melbournie - :Koumburra 7 a.m &845splni. "Allstations to - Port Albert 10,.. 1ii, Leongatha Sbuth-: :.... -: Mon;, Wed, & Fri 11:.45 a.m. M~irboo North-.-- : -Tues. Thuirs, Sat:. 11 a.mn Mardan; -, .:: : uTes, Thurs, Sat. 11 a.m MoKinnon's R.O. Tues., .Thurs. Sat. : 1 ::-:.laim heelooo matn Es RO." '. Tues, Thurs., Sat:. 11:;iil a.mr. Kooroomoan Eaist? Mardan so'uthlI -Tus .Thiir s.a 2 p.m. Wooi~een R 0. Te&s01'T TrSat1140. a.m. i Francombe sR 0 '.,', . Toes. Thurs Sa 11 40 a.m. Mouni Eco les Toe &Sturda . 23Qcoi Ta.i: iobT TarinrLoe -°'m'o:.?l "'u ::~'"~~ t':"':"??"'::: i:-' --!": nd-Cas"-" i lo o"sbag Toe Tr rs SatE W 12-noon SitonyCreek to oillr, adeWalkertoDumball k D eOd. TandMirboo . F:ish Creek ~to· Yanakiei',i Mon~tW~i~ebayi~i 1pm :iToes~ ThiursSt pm

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 February 1914

Pos t· ·,·,rual.:, nlqrm$Jppg. - AUSTRALIAt' & TASMANL A. I- LETTs .ER . e. d .Within Commoniwoi ealith and: . : all pla'es in fB'?ti"h .E-i pnre,wsper, up.+oiioun zi. O 1: -· Pa:i?'WS?'?rspri::-'i.·t · ?tia h Ebhdditi1~ozalg 0 1 Withinoiw Cmremon?diwealth andm all places in) B1ritish Em zinratele e:0fotagh . 0. . :1.+ To nalldtherplace-, ingle 1 Repl cardi 8 O 3 E NEW APl RS -,-y.0 Withirim Comimonwealt: bpan ..:. New Zealandi? for every newspaper, upo:i: o -o-s,- 0½j. ENewspapers printed outside the Commoniwealthi are eubject to maga zine rates of postage. United sKingdom. -ANota ex ceeding 80o. e .ach news-. . poapeot~r 0lio's?:ds: 1." Eah d -itioal 2Oz. " For transmisseion wiholly br.i; sea per Orient and Pan O. stedamerslo i, 160 . O 1 Other places not exoeedig E-aohi eadditio nal 2?0z.. or iart / ;BOOKS, ~ Within the Comminowealth,.: OPliotkd priiAstrin - Aus. etrah z per przie. tpar8>it Priinted outside Aust.ralia, per 4ozs., or pa rt thereof To Niew Zeaiand, per-,...

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S.G. Rifle Clubs Union. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 February 1914

of the Unioni was hield in the Leongathia Mecihanics Institute on Wednesdayeveniniglasitwhen there were present MesysrsA Hlarvey in the chair (Lecongah) AR McKnigt (Foster T W Ru ssell (Dumbalk) zer (fGle ATilvie), Holden (G/eillon dalie) Nelson (M9irb oc) The secretafy (Mr n 0O L Brumnley) repreisenited tYarramin anid Tooam, and Mr Harvey KorumiburraE The following programme was ddraw uip to :tak pace ont the Leongatha rangei during Eaister week:R: a :7 :r ::J iuni6r.Handicap,,j0 shontsat o?3 vards.:First prize £3, second £; iwo prizes' of 20s seaoh, 12 of 10s bach. Total £13S :: : District U: Tion; Handicap,:7 shbt' at- 300 and 500 yards First £3;, seconid '£2; five of'20s each 14oflOs each.--Total, £1 :Dsistrict UnioriTea ms Handicap, 10'shots atE 500 yar.ds.-:First £5, or four gdld medals; second'-£3; third £2.-Totall, £10 ;- r - U..;nion A.ggre;gate, -10. sWhts: at 600: yards,'.and "score. 6ff :-rifle-in inatch:2.-.- First ::£3/ 0ls .ssco'id £2M.two of 20s.eachd; 15 .oflOseach....

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DOUBTFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 February 1914

DOUBTFUL. Constable (to man who~ has been knocked downi :by :lpassing .Ixmotor oyc list) You ididni't see thei number but could you swear to the man? ' 3an I did; \but don't think' I ' 'card me.*

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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SPORT AND PASTIME. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 February 1914

~-jSPORT AND~;P ~ ~ r~·· PS iME.~ CICKET -"The iL;eon;~gatha Crick~~~et Cu ,L":~ad -@ ti ai~olt h-0. ?: . .............tc hvof 6 runds for .tr.asvne t ?r? for -the purpose; of paing th TalrwuinEleven--i The seond math Clf thsfcided to add still antherl rounid onl to the Weldnesday afternoon orn petitioin, which? will mfake total of 6 rounds for the season The second match of the fou rthi round will be played on the recre~ ation ground on. Wednesday, 4th February, the: -- opposihg -:teams being Lardner's and Neal's. They will be as follow.: -Neal, Scholes, Shaw (2), Cain, Brumley, Griggs, Cotter, Prout, Nickless, Hornm, and Cahill.-Lardnei', Broadbent, Gregory, Swan, Cole1 Mogg, Peel, Marshall, Tarraint,:Peairce, Dowe, Stewart. . Another important event is to take place in -the Fire Brigade Hall on Wednesday, February 18th; in:. the form of a social evening for crioketers only, this is for the purpose ofconisolidating the memiers Iand creatrin a friendly . feeling:amongst the en thus...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHO IS A DAIRYMAN? [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 February 1914

WHO IS A DAIRYMAN? -Ve read. and hear a wliole lot these days about dairymen and dairyring. These ar;e old tenms in thie English lan-' guage, but their- applicatibon is - om paratively recent. Twenty?five years or more ago our butter, our milk, ?and other dairy products came from farm-' ers, and the part that the cows played on a mixed farming basis was compar atively insignificant. There were fewI dairymen in the sense that there are to-day. But are all of those who spe eialise in cow farming dairymen in the. proper sense? What makes a dairy man-merely the fact he has cows? If so, then the man who owns a shop and tools of the trade is a carpenter. A brush and paint do not make an ar tist. It is in the skilful use of these things that makes the profession. And in the same sense cows do not make dairying. A dairyman is bne who, first of all, knows land, what is is: the land, and how to get the mdst out of it, and-most impoirtant of all-to get this out without impairing its fu ture us...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 February 1914

Pe C hurei f Englan The :an~nual'.i meeting'of :~'-:St~I Petiti·er s~ Curch was hl n~h a irish. Hall Leongathiar ' on Friday evening la the rector (the Rev H arvy)presidin ~ferrei eto ·theglbood ~work ' done b the" guardians and the ladies guildd uring the ipast ear In speaking upon loyalty to the chuirch, he commen upon the fact that there were a large um lher ofgpeoplei Ithe town and dis trict who belonged itothe Church of England whoseldomd or n eve theirutmost toinduce othiers to -follow their :good ??xamiple._ :, TIihe following report was read by ttei hon. secetary (Mr, R F-:. Bishop) Ini accordance wvithi the usual custo~i, the Rector and Guaiadiains i~eg to furinishhe-rewith- a :state mieint of the finanicesof the Chrichl foritlk :telve nixthis eined &31st December, 1913 9Ks corixjieid with the figuries for the pireceding yeai thie. receipts r show a ,slight depreciatiboini due to.; the:- fact mostlyal hat ; s oev ral the usual subscribers were uinarrears withr lteir...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INVENTOR OF COLD STORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 February 1914

INVENTOR OF COLD STORAGE.~ "1'M. Chlarles Tellier, th? inv~ientoi of cold cstnageo'o :(says thle Pari €correst pondelit of. the "Daily -Telegraph :'), 'h£as di?d?in his Small flat at Auteuil after several months of ,illness: ThI. aged inventor derived but little advn. tage from. his discoveries, aind; '· al though some nine months ago a great banquet was given in liis honiour:b members of the Cold Storage Cd'ogres and a public subscription forilis bon fit was opened, he died almost asipiorl as he had been living for, f:?he last. quarter'of a century. Even the £400O subscribed for him liy the publio in South America failed to reach him be fore-his death.- The moriey is now on its way from Argentina_ butit will arrive too late to be of any advantage to him'. "Charles Louis Telliei was born' ii Amiens on June 28; 1828, and at',the age of 20 he went.to Paris to oomplete his studies. He took to the-engineer ing profession at first and then to ohomistry; and soon became .absorbed in the s...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Quips and Quiddites of the Man in the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 February 1914

auips andl QUiddites of the - Mann inthe Street ^ - AThe>Railwgay Commissioners ipeartp'B1':under the impression ti!thVtericrf ian Railways ire ihembe8t'manage;d in:thie 6world becausethey;rmaniage ,them.-Ic costso tomo mu i lia for tihe educatiio;n fe th?iita.illipoppies oftihe':ipublic ;ervice when :such i e:''idlucation ,, ialls for trips tpEurope and m erica exteniding over somen nonths at :.first-class fare travelling apdedibles9.The wo6rsto.f these experimehts in. educaftiodi i:.tai th'e :pupils ..returan "hno .U'?-· ? i ?a - ,'.": . ^,: ,,-: - - -;.k . iclans siu Meissrs Fisher oid Wiatt~, come -- back unen lighte;ine? for t:he -simple ..reason that it:is given tljbut few. men tdo have a prpperly dev;eloped bump if observaton-, aod beynrid na series bf banquets: followed lby frothy speeches s:. .the result- -theieof, the moneiy expended on political triips niight be put to muchl better uses,:even if spent .on cleaning the railway: carriages on- the South. Gippsland line. I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 February 1914

Pioneer Saddlery. W FIELD Desires to, announce a that he has Iurchased the SADDLERY BUSINESS carried on by Ma 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 Mr Sayers during the past 12 months, which is a guarantee thathe is a com petent tradesman in all branches. All Saddlery requisites kept in sLock Repairs a Specialty. * Horsehair bought in any quantity. Highest price given. / MOTHER'S FRIEND Pedic Pomade for the head. Strikes Infesting .Vermin Dead. One application destroys vermin,kills nits, heals sores, tures ringworm,and makes the hair grow thick, slrong,and curly. Also forvermin on pigs, p3ul try, cattle, and horses, J. MI. MOLLOY, Leongatha, and IH. JAcoBS, Toora, sell Pedic, ls, 2s, 3s 6d, and packed with nit comb, 6d more. . - . , .. .. . . F. W. MORIRIS, Carpenter and Builder, DESIRES to announce that he is now resident in Leongatha, and hopes to merit a fair share...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 February 1914

S OBITUARY...- STheideath of Mr Robert Arnold Wilson,- son of Mr RobertWilson, if: Dumbalk, occurred at Ararat under pairifully sad circumstances n. Saturday morning, 24th JTan uary. Deceased, who was un harried, was 23 years of 23 years if age, and had been employed as Slerk at the Ararat railway sta tion for the past two years. The cause of his death was typhoid fever, which deceased had con iracted four weeks ago. For some timte .he made rapid progress to wards recovery, but suddenly he became worse, and succumbed as above stated on the -mdrning of the.24th proximo. When his de mise became known deep regFet was:expressed by his many friends in the town. . Deceased was a very popular- young man, es pecially amongst the railway em ployes. He was an enthusiastic member of the Ararat Rifle Club, and won many trophies in rifle matches, whilst his death will mean a considerable loss to the Australian Natives' Association. The funeral took place on the following Monday afternoon, when t...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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PLAYING SAFE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 February 1914

PLAYING SAFE. 'Doctor," said the caller, ?I'm t4he victim of insomnia. Can you cure me?" . - can," replied the physician. "But beTore I take the case I. want to ask yu oine question. Are you in business. for yourself, or do you work for' oth f<'in employed as a clerk at a gro cery," answered the patient. "Then you'll have to pay in ad. vance, said the doctor "I'm not doubting your honesty, bus after I get through with you the chances are you will sleep so soundly you'll lose your Job. Then you oan't pay me."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 February 1914

M'Cai? rtin& Co - Sheep and Cattle Salesmen~l, SStock, Station, Land &a Financial Agents. S CATTLE SALES, 1914. Leongatha. Koruml'ra.' Thursu Friday Feliruary ..5 19 .' 13 27 March 5 19 13 27 April ...2 16 2 30 .- .24-: May ... 14 '28 .-: 8 .'22 " : June .' 25 ..5 19 July ?...9 23 ... 3 17 31 August : !.'6 20 :.. 14 28 Septembe.. 3 17 ...11 25 October .. 1 15 29':: 9 23 November... 12 26" ... 6 20:L December ; 10 24- ... 4 ,18 Denotes First Sale. :. Agents for SSun .ire Office;- Colonial Mlutual Life; :National Trustees, Execu Stars and Agency Co. : :' : Headoffic?, Leongatha, Branch office Korumburra.. :: Loans Negotiated. Phone 28, Leonigatha. * OUR NEXT SALE ON TBHURSDAY,. 5TH FEB.I 10 Shares Dumbalk Butter Factory: - 10 Shares Leongatha Co-op. Society.' Mathieson & Davis Stock and Station Agents, Shieep i:and Cattle Salesmen. 5 ST. JAMES :BUILDINGSjS: 127-1 WILLIAM STREET, MELBOURNh E And al Sale;, Traralgon, Maffra,: Lec gatha, Mirboo North, • WODONGA &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 February 1914

F"IRE! I' I FIRE! Cr .:RAIG'S .NEWS AGENCY TEMPOi R PREMIAE MSES IN SNELL'S BUILDINGS, -~Two Doors Fromi Old Gorner. NEW Stoo k Stationery, Con fectionery and School Books. to hand, together with our" usual supply of Newspapers and Maga z:: ines. ..--. I.iTickets for Eight iHours' 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.) LTE R. H. SIMlION, PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, TIORt the Following 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 sedond hand), Cash or Terms.. Sundries kept in stock; good assortment. Repairs of al. •descriptions promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and Other Metals) done -'Swing Machines repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. HOT and COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERATING, and...

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