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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 October 1914
I FRRE! 4bleRA1 NEWS AGENC .A E E?, 1,,,,, ... " " N;. Two;Doors:From Old Corner, J:CW Stock Stationery, Con A:c'?eohtionery and·Schbol Books ~tohand, together; with our usual 'upply.afNewspapers and Maga .in'es. - Tickets for Eight 'Hours' and D)ruids'-Art Unions. Dou You Want Good Value: For Yo?r.Money? PRICES RIGHT. IF SO, CALL ON YT. H. COCHRAN, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE R. H. SIMON, SP?: JMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, lGOi the Following Lines:--TANKS, TROUGHS, and- BATHS, arid' all Iron ?fIU Woik in connectioi with Houses and Farms. Windmillsisupplied and 'tereeted. +Dairy Utensils manufactured on the premises. Cycles new and second •hand., ,Cashor;Terms. Sundries -kept in stock; good assortment. Repairs of al .descriptions rpromptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and Other Metals) done "Sewing :McTchmes repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. " .HOT and COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERATING, and S SEWARAKGE CONNECTIONS LA...
MARKETS. GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 October 1914
MARKETS....' 'GIPPSLAND CO-OPER ATIVE SSELLING- CO.'S REPORT.:: . Butter-;Choice8 t at' is,1-choice i11d to 11id; good to prime lid to_ 11jd, separatrs 10%d to. lld. Cheese-Prime; .nenw :loaf anid mediumn. sizes i6d,,:semi-matured 8d .to 9d,; matured l:14d to lld. .Egs -Ordiiary and private lines realised 9?d, specials 93d to lOd. Bacon*-Light sides selliiigat.10d to010½d mediumnweightsw i d, Heavies 8'dj middles lld jac tos 9dto9%d Whieat t4s9d Oats -3Ss"7d i.fd prime'i milling- 3s d feed. ;: Barley-j-English is, sell ing frho3s .6d t 5s, capie from 3s 4d :to 3s- 7d Maize-4s for prime b:'flat red Cohaff-To £65s, ordinary. godd lines:£5 .15s' Onioons£11 to £.110 s Potat6es £7: 10sifor Crtariis,i Snowflakes andiExcelsiors £7 to . 5s,-'
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 October 1914
TOWARDS the eind of next month Victoria has to elect a new: Legis lativeb Assembly; and if the:right men are to. be returned Liberalsi -must exert theniselveis betirmes: Those Liberals who fancy that they can .afford to take the State contest as a dress parade, irievit: ably ending in :'the triumphant return of Sir Alexander Peacock and- his ,supporters. cannot be too soon undeceivdd. There is no. reason to suppose that Labor will secure. a. majority in. the next Parliardient. There is'every reason to believe that it willincrease its strength.-- In the metropolitan area certain municipal issues, the taking over of the tramways, the legislation re the .Gas Company, ahdso on,will determinethousands of votes. A section of the Mel bourne electors are dissatisfied with what has been done;-quite unjustly they are blaming Sir Alexander Peacock and his col leagues, and the ."Age" is fan ning their indignation. It is well that country electors should bear that clearly in mind, for -Mr Elmsli...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 October 1914
FIRST-CLASS CONCERT WILL be held in the - Meeniyan Mechanics' Hall On Wednesday, November 4th, In aid of the Sloyd'Roor Building Fund. Admission, 2s and is. - SN. R. DIKE, . . bin. Secretary. DUMBALK PUBLIC HALL. A BALL W ILL be held in the above Hall on Friday, 13th November, '14 In aid of the Hall Funds. Good Music. :Refreshments. 2Tickets, 3s 6d.:: W. HORN,:President::.' H. A:. DICKSON-.Hon; Sec .i ~MOONL~l!IT MO i~ -"~O6Gji ·rMOONLIGH2: : Leongatha Methodist:: Church. GARDEN FETE and SALE OF GIFTS. To beheld at the residence of Mrs Phillip Bellingham, Jeffry-st., on Wednesday, November: 25, fro0",2to 10 jp.m. ::: Promenada Concert in the .Even S l-.ing. Refreshments,?c:'$~.- :: Proceeds ih'n aid of Sunday school Building Fund:.:' A. E. 1NELSON, Hon. Sec. REMNANTS OF LINOLEUMS & FLOOROLOTHS. MSPECIAL SALE AT N O0.S U H. OOLVIN 00 .'S Remnants of Lnoleum 6 feet wide. Remnants of Linobleum dit in wide. Remnants of Linoleum Jft. 9in. wide Remnants of Linoleum 3 feet wide All...
SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 October 1914
SMOKE DRIFT. and wounded in 9"days' fihting at Yser:. Gieece has aninounce her in tention to doccupy ti?oNerthern Epirus. n Estimates show a deficiency in our Wheat: supply$ of 1,1225 000 bushels. An outbreak of small-pox-has occurred at the railway camp at Canberra. The Austrian right wing in Poland has -been turnihd by t he Russians. Railway revenue shows an ap preciable falling-off as a result of the drought. • '- - :.., - Auotibneers at - Sydney wool sales refused to take bids from German firms. An Italian naval expedition has occupied Valona, to safeguard the neutrality of Albania.. The fifth son of the Kaiser is in a critical-state from heart trouble His recovery is doubtful. Fighting near Ostend has :been severe and continuous, but the Allies have gained ground. The. situation- in . the niorth of --France aind near - the Belgian coast continues satisfactory' . Upon coal supplies rest the a nation's defence, its manufac tures, lighting, railways, &c. The consumption of...
WOOLSALES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 October 1914
WOOLSALES. Messrs Goldsbrough Mort and Company.held their opening -wool sale of the season on October27th, submitting.-a catalogue of 2,060 bales, mainly composed of cross bred:.wools grown in theRiverina and Northern districts of -this state. The opening prices:were Fully maintained, 'any change being in .favor? of the seller, es pecially in crossbred skirtings, when - free or fairly. so. .:Home trade took the great bulk of the wool sold, Japan operating fairly freely, securinig somenice larcels. For Albury :crossbred* fourteen penice, was obtained. . The Parliaimentar oiy omittee recommends that aR Royal Cooii mission beappointed to investigate the question of vaccination. There are few cases of- septic poisoning amongs.i.the. British wounded .most - -flesh:- wounds healing by , first intention.".. I SSince ist July live stock traffic on the railways shows an increase of £44,174. Goods traffic decreased biy' £43.240., ,DrDought results. r ; The Country Rdadds -Board is seeking tb ...
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 October 1914
MARKETS. - Adamson, Strettle & Co. PLy. Ltd, report, having held a good sale at Meeniyan- on Monday week last,; when they yarded 130 head of cattle, 450 sheep and 25 pigs; for springing heifers the de mand Was slack, and prices low, rariging from £3 10's to £4 159, heifers in milk from £2 18s to £3 10s; backward heifersto £3 15s. Backward cows-to £5 7s 6d; fleshy cows from £4 2s 6d to £5 17s 6d, fat bulloeks to £12; store cows to £2 15s, steers £2 10s, Store Pigsf 25s 6d.to 33s, suckers 14s to 25s-6d, fat sheep at14s and 22s, store weaners at 8s 6d, potatoes 6s 3d per bag, also a fat lamb donated by Mrs T. Love, Dumbalk, to the Belguim relief fund was sold 8 times and realised over £15, and a cow donated by Mr Carlson, of Koonwarra; made £2 10s'. We expect a heavy yarding of sheep and catde from.Donald for our next sale.
District News. KOONWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 October 1914
District News. KOONWARRA. Opportunity. was talken of the. ;eturn: fof a- couple ofdays of three eKoonwarra niembers-of the second :-Expeditionary : Force on Fr?iday.:last,~tb .give them a fare- - wel??social;: 'Those- who have: voluniteered for7 the front are:- Messrs: 'Jde McIlwaine, Jack Sperling and Frank Buckingham. The chair was occupied by Mr E. W. Johnson. The following took part in the programme:-Piano forte sblo, Miss L. Holt; songs by Mr S. R.- Rowan, Miss Jessie Coote,, Miss Sarah McIlwaine, Messrs Alf. Hitchener, E. W. Johnison and Hemmingsley. Miss Holt acted as accompaniste. Patriotic speeches were made by the. chairman-aniid Messrs J. E. Taylor,l Lilley and W.: S. Rowan. On behalf-of his brothers- volun teers Mr Joe. McIlwaine respond ed in suitable terms; RuleBritania, the National Anthem, and Auld Lang, Syne were sung, and an en joyable evening brought to a olOsEi with ;the . handing . round of supper. Filor the third week in October,: railway pabsenger traffic show...
FEDERAL POLITICS. October 19th. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 October 1914
FEDERAL POLITICS. October 19th. *My date almanac says' for this Monday that people who are always talking, about their .souls should- be sure that they have _souls to talk 'about, and I am inclined to apply. the- aphorism to the member for Bourke and the .faithful four who followed him id refusing help to the Belgians, because somewhere or other in the past there was a kingly speculator on the Congo; also Aus tralians wanted the money them solves. It is a little difficult to fol low, but what appeals to Australians most- is that the Belgians put up a desperate fight against fearful odds, "for the ashes of their fathers and the temples of their Gods," while the Anstoys and the Blackeys of Austra lia asaed the futile question: "What nave they done for us?" And Aus tralia with a minimum of hesitation -has voted the gallant people a paltry £100,000, probaly not-as much as changes hands at the Melbourne and - Caultield -Cup events. Yet, Mr. Anstoy divided the Representatives on the point...
CORRESPONDENCE. MISUSE OF WATER. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 October 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. MISUSE OF WATER. :.TO THE EDITOR.- . 813,--l-etter appWeaed in your ssile of the 23rd instant in which veile?d inference was made that th lieoIengatha Bowling Club was using water in defiance of the Water Trust regulations. The position is that the club is not a ratepayer in thee same sense that the shire is not a ratepayer, but is granted permission to water the green when required during the season for a certain sum by " the written authority of the Trust" embodied in a special resolution. It is obvious that the only man ner in which water could reason ably be used is by means of a spray, and an inspection o"f the grass on the green will show that insuffioient water is being used, a~ the grass is becoming brown and dry in parts. The green keeper has been instructed to wsater by band and exercise the greatest care.--Yours, &c., JOHN LARDNER, : S President.. S R. J. KEWISH, :: - Secretary.
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 October 1914
I'ENN.S. An enjoyable: tennis match between representatives of Leon gatha ian'd Koruimburra took place obn 'the~ couit if. thielatter on Wed-. nesday"last, the results being.: is follow : Boniid a~nd L:Iardnier (L),' b~eat Green an Little (K.), 3-6, 6-5, 6-T2. - B?"onid &-ndl:I.; Sh~w:!(Ii.),b?iedt Nicholls 'and Mollan'd (IK.), 5-6, 6-2, 6-1. Miss D.Shaw and Miss C. ILittle (L.). beat Miss Nelson and Miss McCowan (K.), 6-0, 6-4. Miss E. Shaw and Miss Bond (L.), beat Miss A'Beckett and Mrs Blake (K.), 3-6, 6-4, 6-3. Lardner and Miss C. Little (L.), lost to Green and Miss A'Beckett (K.), 1-6. Totalu.-Leongatha 4 rubbers, 3 sets 60 games. Korumburra, 4:sets, 45 gaies. Lepngatha won by:4'rubbers,-4 sets, 15 games. S.Ameeting of committee of the Leohgatha T.Tnnis Club was held olin 'Tuesday evening last, whenl MrF M. M.-Purbrick. was 'elected vice-presidei~t; in lieiu of Mr N ?B. Fraser,' whodhaks left the district.: Mr M, Hogan .was -appointed to fill.a: vacanc~.i6n the ,committ...
THE WATER SUPPLY OF LEONGATHA. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 October 1914
.THE WATER SUPPLY OF . LEONGATHA. STO THE EDITOR. SIR,-Is it hot tilme that! the ratepayers took' a-proper "iterest in their water supply.; We have had meetings, .about it, talked about it, and are not- much :more forward. We are- now again talktng as a result of the notice from the Trust that we are-prac tically not to us ithe water for the purpose it is mainly used namely slushing and garden pur poses. What is: the good of the supply? We hardly use itin the colder months. In the hot'nonths, when .we. want to use it for the chief purposes forwhat it is use able, we are told we cannot do so. Why this notice at this present time? The reservoir is reported full; the creeks and.springs. going into it are at the'n6rmaLcoddition for this timer of: ~the year,- anid water is going "'to waste.; The beauty aiifd, prosperity ofi atbwn' can- be. gained by; the garden growth of that.town, and those of us who have been trying to pro mote this end are now threatened with a serious drawback.. I ha...
SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 October 1914
SPORT-AND PASTIME. THE TURF. . ;The -V.R.O. Spring campaign *will.conmmence at-Flemington to morrowv, when -lovers- of: racing will ;be well 'catered for. Chief interest will centered :in the race. for the Derby, but the Melbourne Stakes-runining is certain to at tract a lot of atteiition, as all the. candidates. that are" mostly. ldis cuised in .connection with .the &elbburrie Cup will probably sport silk. Uncle Sam. may not be a :starter if the going is hard,. but if there is rain '.between 'this and : Siturday- his conndetioins may take the risk of givingi: him a chance of- diistinguishidg lim self in the Stakes. -Woorak .ind Mountain Knigbt. are the only horses: that :are ' eriously. con sidered in- connection with the Blue Riband. -Mountain Knight defeated ,Woorak -in the A.J.C. Derby, -but it is claimed for the Traquair colt that if he had been.lI allowed to go at his top in the I early stages of the race he iay 1 have won: Woorak put up a brilliant performance in - th...
Leongatha Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 October 1914
: . •' ' : Leongatha Telephone? Exchange. Following are the numbers and names of subscribers : 1 i iLShire of Woorayl Officeds. 2. Butter Factory;and manager's residence. 8. Co operative Society's Stores' SW. G. Wal~l~ storekeeiier. S:. Peck & Sons, auctioneers. 6.:3J. M. Molloy, ohemist ?7. P. Johnson, butcher. :8 Dr Howvden, lly-sician. I9. Nurse Morris, private hospital 1i0. Lardnr'' Co.. ii'onmongers. 11..Colvin & Co., drapers. 1i2.??A. E. Edney, storekeeper 13. Rossiter & Co., STAR Office. :14. Pearce: & Jarratt, butchers. 1i5. S. Maddern,Commercial Hotel 16. 'Neal- Bros., storekeepers. 17. R. Bair, Otago Hotel. 18.? . E Ianders, agent. - 1l9. ?urse Good, private hospital. I20. Rev, P. J. Coyne, Presbytery. 21. "J. W. Rumpf, private residence 22. 7. McFarline, coicbtlbuilder. 23:E. BMcNamara, baker. 24. H. Kelly, undertaker. 25. Jno. Lardner,private residence 26. Dr Pern, physician. 27. BE. A. Cole, auction mart .. 28. McCartin& Co., auct...
TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 October 1914
TO THE EDITOR SiR,-What are we payipg water rates for.? This- question has been on almost every Leongatha resi dent's lips during thepast week, and no one seems able to give an answer.- Sincethe scheme has been in operation it- has become-mani fest to consumers that the supply is suitable only for gardens arid cleansing purpbses as well as fire extinction. For some seven or eight months in the year the gar dens do not require this water, and just when the first spell of warm weather arrives, and the ratepayers have planted their vegetables--early in October in fact--consumers?,are threatened with an action at law if they use a hose. Surely it is time something was done to remedy this nonsensical, though costly, state of affairs. The facts, I take it, are that a few hundreds of people agree to bring into being a scheme togive them water for all purposes, includ ing the irrigation of the cabbage plot in their back yards. They pro vide the necessary funds for this purpose. Control is g...
St. Leons Circus. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 October 1914
St. Leons Circus. This evening (Friday) and to morrow night (Saturday) St. Leon's. great circus will perform in Leongathh. The "Standard" (Yarram) states:-On Thursday night the tent, a very capacious one, was simply packed, and the audience was delighted with the acrobatic feats of Honey, Cherry and Chudge (the dummy, but whose abilities to keep on the back of good horses was ably demonstrated), the marvellous w.v in which Senorita Phil lipina drove four horses, and the manner in which 6ood old " Gus " performed the clown- business. Aerobatism is .a great feature of the performance. The chef d'ovre of the evening, however, was Senor Phillipina's agility in lighting upon a bleautiful horse, tumbling, jumping up and down, and generally revealing to a large audience what a nimble member or tne tair sex can accompusn on good horses. The high jumping by celebrated performers, es-. pecially a bay horse and creamy pony, was delightful. On Friday evening. another excellent per formance was ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 October 1914
· STONY CREEK,.. i lAS been appointed Agent iFor ?LIVERPOOL, LONDONi AND G(* LOBE INSURANOE, 0O. i'iFire and Accident Poiicies ieseled Mitchell's Machinery Agry or *;* TURNER BROS. CYCLES. uorees and Vehicles for lire., i??? ,?o ? =X. ? :.:? Maudsley-·j H e? Tl?. Reg. Teacher of Piano.r : AT liberty for Dances, Piotures Smoke Nights, and Social of all kinds. Yougg Street, Leongatha. DENTISTRY. MeGOWAN and DUE,i (Recorded by the Dental Board of Vic; toria). All dlasse Tif Dentistry. Painless extraotions, 216 Hours 9 a.m. to6 p.m , Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 9 p.n Craig's:; Buildings, Bair Street, L2bzig6t$aha;Y adP 326 Malvei o oad, Prarain. "MR., , E. S. CALLANAN M ]ember ot • l'he Australian College of Dentistry and Melbourne DentalHospital. McCARTIN-ST., ;-,'. . iJEONGATHA. DENTiST. lMav b'e consulted daily' (except as under)i-' Meeniyan, Tuesdiy. October 27. Foster, Wednesday, October 28.': Fish Creek, Tuesday, November 3rd. S .- ,W. S utlerland,.., Barrister and Solicitor LEONGATHA. C...
CRICKET MEETING IRREGULARITIES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 October 1914
CRICKET MEETING IR REGULARITIES. - TO THE EDITOR. In reading Mr Mesley's repil to "-Not King": it is noticed that he admits bhis nmistake, but makes no offer to rectify isaime .at~: the next meeting of the cricket clib, as any other man would do, but he goes on :tb saroasrm abodut the ' facile pen,' which let me: -add that this . facile :pen,;" -as he terms it, will certainly iflow with the trutih, sothat:the.pihlblic miay learn at all: times obf :such actiona as admnitted by this gentlem'ian. ,Yours, &c., NOT KNG
SCRIPTURE STUDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 October 1914
:o: L ,:01, • 1Ei SPECIALCALL OF THE GOSPEL. B PASTOR RUSSELL. :. Tc"t: "If any mian will come after MIe, lit lI?hn denii himself itake .up his, cross, and follow .11e."- 31atthew xv., 24. .Gisod puriosed :frod i lbefoe .t'iie fo0ndation lot thie world, said the Pastor, to establish a. Kingdoin for the blessing of all mankind. in His infinite wisdom-thle Almighty had - foreseen the entrance of sin and its penlalty odf death. He also knew of His own great cplan w'iereby He would set aside this curse Sot death, and 'bring .in a blessing to the "whole human faniily.- :* I ;This Kingdom the 1'lstor explained, is .to be different from any other' in that its • monarelh will:be not only3 a King, but also .at'Priest. Fori this reason, he declared, SOhrist is said to be a Priest after the Order dof Melchizedek. who was a priest upon his "elhrone.- Ohrist's ,anointing wit,, the Holy u8pirit it Jordan was to represent .his in lduetidonlinto the place of 'favor, where in due timd,he;uwould:hlie...