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Leongatha Terrier Club. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 October 1914

Leongatha Terrier C?lub. The opening meeting of:.the Leongatha Terrier Club was held on the Recreation Reserve oval on Wednesday afternoon, and was successful from every point of view. The coursing. on the whole was_ exceptionally good, some: fairly long courses being run. One featiure of.. the after noon was the strength of the rabbits, which, contrary to :the genieral opinion, ran well, arid it is safe to say that had the enclosure not been wire-netted the terriers would have been outclassed. The arrangements in. connection with the meeting were carried out well, notwithstanding that the-officials. were mostly novices at the game, anid they were cohgratulated on the manner -in which the events were run off. The duties of judge were carried out by.:Mr F. Hartley, and the position proved an -unenviable. one, as his de cisions at timesdid not seem to meet with the.: approval of a' cer tain section of the. crowd, but.it is safe to say that sesveral-of those present who were: so ready ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 October 1914

Miartin & Co, SeIe Leongatha. Sheepand Cattle Salesmen, Stock, Station, Land & Financial Agents. CATTLE SALES, 1914. S Leongatha. Korumb'ra. . Thurs -Friday. October . 1: 15 29" •9 23:: November .. 12 26 ... 6 20 . December ...10 .24 ... 4 18" .Denotes First Sale. Agents for Sun fire Office; Colonial Mutual Life; National.Trustees, Execu Stars and Agency Co. Head office, Leongatha, Branch'office Korumburra. Loans Negotiated. Phoie 28, Leongatha. OUR NEXT SALE ON TRURSDAY, 12TH;NOV. Mathieson & Davis, Stock and Station Agents, Sheep and Cattle Salesmen 5 ST. JAMES BUILDINGS, 127-11 WILLIAM STREET, MELBOURNI And at Sale, Traralgon, Maffra, Lec" gatha, Mirboo North, WODONGA & ALBURY (N.S.W.1 LEONGATHA CATTLE. Thursday, November 5th LEONGATHA PIG SALE. S Tuesday, Nov.. 5. F.J.Little Proprietary Limited, Stock and Station Agent HAD OFFICE---KORUMBURR A. "DEG to thank their numerous clients LIfor the generous support afforded *the Firm in the past, and to i...

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

F IRE! .SNEL: SYU LDTG S , cRAme S; VEs AGENCY I.-.--.---:--Ž -1 TEr~piiji:z · 1 lt PEM ~SES· ~IN Tw6 Ddors From Old Corner; . NEW Stock :Stationery, Con ;: :fetior?iieryand Scliool Books to hand, togethier withi oiir usual supply of Newspapers and Maga zin?s. Tickets for Eight Hours' and "- Druids'. Art Unions. -Do You Want Good Value For Your Money ? *.PRICES RIGHT. IF SO, CALL ON . T. H. OOOHRAN, Yeaiwlith~i Robison Bios., Engineers, BOILER: MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE -R. H. SIMON, PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, U'Ot the Following Lines:-h~LTNKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and all Iron Y J - JWdrk in - connection with Houses and Farms. Windmills supplied and erected. -Dairy Utensils manufactured on the premises. Cycles new andlsecond hand), iCashor Terms. Sundries kept in stock; good assortment. Repairs:of'al descriptions promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and Other Metals) done SeviingTMa'chiies repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. HO'T and COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, ...

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Caledonian Society Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 October 1914

Caledonian Society Concert. Although the talent at the con certheld on Wednesday.evening in the Leongatha Hall surpassed anyw previous combination .of artists u~nder: the auspices of the Caledonian Society, the hll a's: not tas wellfilled ase:bon former oc: casions ivheri :the annual eveht has been hield. There were: various reasons for a smaller attehdance than previously, the chief of which was the heavy call upon the public of late, and the present serious -outlook caused by the war and drought, also the an nouncement of a circus for two days at the end of the week. It had been decided by the com mittee of the Society to devote the profits of the concert to the Lord Mayor'g and Belgium Patriotic Funds, but the expenses will allow very little toebe passed to this deserving object. Th'e. pro gramme opened with the National Anthem by the- full ~company and the audience. A bagpipe selection by Pipe-Major Fraser followed, preparatory to which the Chief of the-Society (Mr WinWm. Watson...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 30 October 1914

The Minister for Education has authorised the erection of a new State school at Ruby. Afine site comprising three acres in a comn manding position was purchased earlier in the year. The Hon. J. E. Mackey states that the Minis ter for Education has authorised the carrying out at the Nerrena East State school of the neces sary works of 'painting< and fencing, &c. District residents who in a spirit of patriotism intended to visit Leongatha South to participate.in the concert arranged to be: held there in aid of the war funds, are notifiel that owing to St. Leon's circus playing in Leongatha on their date, Friday (this) evenirfg, the concert has been postponed until Friday next, 6th November. The programme is one of.the best yet arranged there, aid justifies the decision to hold it over for a full house. A salvage sale of stock'damaged by fire will open at the premises of Messrs J. Hall & Co., on Saturday (to-morrow) and continue for three weeks. £2500 worth -...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 November 1914

MoNE SAVING cOUGH-@MIXTURiL SPLENDID HOME-MADE' *REMEDYe' Io.. SAVED ON EVERY PINT. :The cheapest andl. most .:eective remedy f6r couglis, colds, throat, '.and chest complaints, is made in.your own home.. It is no trouble to make, and every pint mieans an actual saving of at least so/- for yourself.; The reason is quite simple. Al cough mixtures contain a small pro portion 'of concentrated medicinal in gredients, and a large percentage of water and sweetening. If you buy the medicinal ingredients only adding the water -and sweetening yourself, you' save all the money you would other wise pay f6:: water, bottles;, corks, wrappers;.' and mixing - - Buy 'a bottle of Hean's Essence from your chemist or store, take home and into a large bottle on -which paste., he label you will find. in Hean's Es-., sence packet. ' The first-sip of this' mixture gives' immediate relief. It clears the nasal.; passages instantly; loosens the phlegm; eases the, throat and. bron -hial tubes in a way that wi...

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MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 November 1914

MELBOURNE PIG MA1RKET. SAdamson, Strettle & Co. report : Porkers-Prime heavy 38s to 42s, S medium and good 32s to 37s, small and light 22s to 27s. Baconers Prime heavy 55s to 62s, choice ? :farmers' lots 70s to 76., with a few : pens of. extra good quality 80s to 85s, 'small and light 43s to 48s. Choppers-Best £5 15s to £6 7s 6d;, prime and weighty £4 5s to £5 10s, otherg 45s to 55s.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 November 1914

-SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. - 'The Melbourne Cup, which will ?be run at Flemington to-morrow, Spresents a very open appearance. The -running on -.Saturday en hanced. the prospects of .St. GOarwyne and Carlita. The ?f-rmer scored an unexpected win iin the Melbourne Stakes after a great battle with Aleconn'er. He is well in in the Cup as far as weight is concerned,=and-he looks iacertainty tor a place. Ulva's Isle was not produced in the iStakds, but he showed there was nothing wrong with him by the nixanner in which he sprinted on tfhetrack on Saturday morning. The .winner . looks like coming 4fromUincle Sam,..Ulva's Isle, St. Carwyne,. Sylvannmore, Aalrifer, ]Posinatus and St. Spasa, and in aflacing them will-name " Ulva's isle ... ... I KSt. Carwyne ... ... 2 Uncle Sainm ..: ... 3 r&nd if one of the lightly weighted division scores it may, be KINGSBURGH. . ' RAILWAY"HANDICAP: S Moving.Picture ... 1 Royal Laddie ... 2 Great Shot ... ... 3 HURDLE RACE.. Sir Prim ' ... ... 1...

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MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. Next Date, Thurs., Nov. 5 [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 November 1914

MARKET TRAIN' tOSTjiJR TO LEONGATHAJ.'r': SNext Date. Thurs., Nov. 5 Up A.M. Foster (dep)- ... 9 .Hoddle Range ... 9.19 -;s-Fish Creek ... 9.26 Boys * - ... .9.34 UBuffalo ... . 9.40 StonyiCreek ... 9.49 feeniyan - ... 9.54 arwin . 10. •Koonwarra - :, : . I0.8. .Leongatha:-(arr.)... 10.30

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GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 November 1914

GIWPSLANDi CO-OPERATIVE . SELLIKNG CO.'S .REPORT Butter-Choice 11½d to 113d, good .to :prime' ld to. tlid, separatorSilO0!d to lid, dairy lld. SCheese--Prime - inew-: Iaf anad imedium sizes 6d, semi-matured 8d to 9d; matured firm at 104d to lld, Eggs-Ordinary lines selling at 9d, specials to 90d, duck on.both Sdays, 9% to 10d. Baco&i--Light sides 10d to 10d, medium weights 9½d, heavies 8½d, middles lid, jackets 9d to 9Yd. SWheat-4s 9d. Oats-Prime mil ling 3s 7d, feed 3s 6d. Maize S4sifor-:prime fiat red. Chaff-Very .choice £6 2s 6d, ordinary good< lines; at £5 15s to £5 17s 6d. Onions--Prime samples at.£10.i.5s to £11. Potatoes-£8 15s for carmans, snowflakes and. -ex celeiors.

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THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 November 1914

THE GUN. .Blpatriotic shoot was held by the Leongatha Gun Clubon Saturday afternoon in very wet weather, which had a lot to do with some bad shooting. Sixteen shooters toed the mark, of which seven be longed· to the -Mardan Clubhwho gave-a good account of them selyes,cMessrs Cooper and Potter both shooting well.. The club wa's favored by the appearance of Donald McIntosh, Melbourne's crack shot. F. Morris, who was shooting splendidly, scored 13 straight kills with the.first.barrel, tied with Donald McIntosh, who also grassed 13 birds, one of which'was on the second barrel. S The trophy (a. silver teapot), could not be decided -as Mr McIntosh had ?to leave early to 'catch ..the train. -The proceeds, which amounted to ~£4, are to. be donated .to the State schools' patriotic account. Following are the scores i-Donald McIntosh 13, F. Morris 13, Cooper 10, Potter 10, 0Roiughead 9, Conway 9, Field 9,. Aberdeen ,8, T.: Coulter 8, E. J~ohnson 6, Lobb: 6, WariHner 5 Swtsotn5 Hafain 5 J Coull...

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Woorayl Shire Council. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30TH. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 November 1914

Wooral Shire Counil.f FRIDAY, COCOBER 30TH. H SPresen O-?rs;McDonald-(presi dent), Black Coulter Donild, Henderson, Hal Ingls, and '1oinson An apology from- Cr Mummery was received. CORRESPONDENCE-. D ei?artment~ of Public Work?,s re arrears due onri ver frontage to allotment ·29B, Ne?irrena.At-' Samein; stating. that: all stocks of wirinettinig: ohn -hand had- been exhausted, and owing to -con ditions arising trough the .war the Department cannot .enter tain any further orders from -,the council until fully four: months has elapse d.--Receivedl , Department of Lands and Sur vey, stating that it had beeni de cided to invite -tenders'_ fori the right to depasture Ihe reserve of 151 acres adjoining allotment 91 in the parish o-of Dumrbalk.'No objection ;,provided proper fence is put up. Same, stating that the proposed new road in the parish of.Tarwivn had been; ..gazetted, as ?a .'public highway in lieu of existing road in the same parish described in "Gazette;". of 14th instant.-- Re...

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District News. MEENIYAN [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 November 1914

District e New . MEENIYAN Mr J. E. Mackey, M.L.A., gave a very interesting address on the Workmen's Compensation Actl under the auspices of the local branch.of the A.N.A.. There was a -arg&gathbring of -gentle men present, including yisitors from Dumbalk, .Nerrena and Buffalo. The chair was occupied by. the Shire p-presideint (Mr.A. McDonald). Mr Mackey was listened to with :ra @t?tttentiofn, and he answered a .great number of questions, and made several matters in connection with the Act very clear. A unanimous vote of thanks to Mr Mackey for his kindness in visiting Meeniyan and explaining the working of the Act was carried on the motion of Cr Donald and Mr G. Griffen. J.P., of Buffalo. A Ch~urch. of England Con firmation Service -was:-hIeld at M`eeniyan on Wednesday nightby his Lordship the Bishdp obt Gipps land, assisted by the"Rev.J. H. Blundell. A--large number at tended the sdrvice, and the Bishop gave an interesting. address ex plaining . the Church's autl~,rity for ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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The Thistles Act. DEPUTATION TO THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 November 1914

The Thistles Act. DEPUTATION TO THE SCOUNCIL. As.a diversity of opinion exists regarding the constant cutting of the shore .thistle as a means of eradication; the matter was venti lated at the: monthly meeting of the Woorayl Shire Council on Friday last. The deputation was from Mount Eccles, and included Messrs W. and R. Risely, B. S. Anriderson, C. Harrison, P. Heintz, R.-E. Rutherford, W. G. Brown, S. Chrisholm, J. Denham, C. Marlks and A. Griggs. In in troducing the settlers, Cr Hall re marked that if the. shore thistle were let alone it would eradicate itself, so.a request was to bemade. by' the deputation-.that it be not. made compulsory to cut rthe thistle,. which would-give more time. .to the .poisoning of rabbits.: -Mr_?W. Riseley said that- he -had had a lot of-experience with shore thistles. During :the -past four years he had-cut'shore thistles on his property, and when they got the better of'him withi the hoe he took> to the slasher. Where they were left: to seed ther...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 November 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. SIR, The waterr atepayeis "thanks are: duetto yo?dr-i wo cor-t "respondents- of Friday.: l.sLt for bringing .the unsatisfarctory state of the :watei" supply: befoi;e .the public withaif suggestio n-a's. td a remedy. I: feel certain that.a petition to :the Governor-in-: Council is: ll tiia?:is?nei6cessary without the delay:: of a: imeeting, and there -will be no diffiticiltf<in getting the required numbertim o· sign, as the people :are sl?iplyi;~e coming desperate on th maitter. An n.elected Trust is :at o~nice ire quired consi~ting. of men who take a deep .interest iin this im portant matter, and thlen,- -with proper officials, there shotld be no difficulty in sectiring an abuiidant water 'supply "fdir the town, wvitti details published idekly:atl least in the warm .weath~r as to con sumption, amount stored,- intake, &c. The people must have water; -natdii'e 'has .-provided 'it, in ýabun daence in. the' iurroundiig; hills, and we hav...

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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 November 1914

SMOKE DRIFT. British troops are now within four miles of Ostend. The Germans call the Gurkhas `" black ~levils of English."',, SSeventy one German ships are rofugingirn Portuiguese ports. - Prince Louis of Battenberg has' resigned his position of First Sea Lord. Three men burned to death in a bush fire in South Australia last week. New Zealand is trying to piur chase 250000 bushels of Canadian w h-at. England is spending £5,000,000 to £6,000,000 per week in fighting Germany. Sixteen cases of small-pox were discovered in Sydney in one day last week. All the Austro-German army corps beyond the Vistula are in full retreat. Several steamers in the Black Sea have been sunk by mines laid by the Goeben.. ..... S!A-N.S.OW. Justic :has been re moved from the commission of the n?aeA for dislovaltv. SThe American commissionersa report that 3,000,000 people in Belgium are starving. An Australian-made. eroplane underwent satisfactory trials in Melbourne last week. In N.S.W. cases of small-pox ar...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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TARWIN LOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 November 1914

..TARWINS LOWER " . I::it was. a red letter day at Lower Tarwih on Wednesday,?.Octdber 7th,. when we tried too. do our share- towards th? V?ar Fi;nd?n-'i auction sale of gifts .wwas c'.o? ducted by Mr E. Coleof .!iLeon gatha,: .who. not only gave bhis services, but. bought some of: the produce, and. hlanded ,it backito be re sold. Thisiseeied to be the order of the day with :manyi and gave a good result.- As in the case of Mr Murray Blicky:: who 0ga?ve £15, anid witlh ipgs donated !his contribution was :raised t?tio £40 Mr H B. Vale made a most effi cient clerk to Mr Cole, and the secretary and treasurer; Mr Hay Macdowell, was delighted to add tbis great success to the many he has engineered in Lower Tarwin: The concert made a good finale to a successful day. The people who so kindly gave their servi.es in collecting will b (dlieht?lel - to know that the suoi. -if- £210. be sides a greatdeal if cl itliiingi w/ill be :handed:l;in to the iund. :iThe money.will bie distrlt iiN' is s:.f...

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Dandenong Co-operative Bacon Factory. DOOMED TO FAILURE IF NOT SUPPORTED BY FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 November 1914

Dandenong Co-operative· ::. -::Bacon Factory. DOOMED TO FAILURE IF NOT SUPPORTED BY FARMERS. After waiting nearly .hilf-an? hour at8 the.Leongatha hall on -. Tliursday:last beyond theleadver tised 'tifie for ameeting convened by Mr A. M. Black. a :director of the Gippsland Co-operativo Badon C. lhalf-a-dozebn shbareholders- be siades the convener and:two: Press regporters, attended. This lack of .interest on the part of the farmers throitighouit Gippsland will be the means of clbosing the 'factbor;, which will mean a great :loss to breeders of pigs,for when the pro prietary companies again get con trol of the market,: not half the .preseit price paid Wiill be given for .pigs It 'is only since the Gippsainid company started that the farmer has received a fair value for his baconer, yet he does not realise that failure on the part of the fadctory tcl supply the demand for the manu faciured articlewill result in clos ing the doors. The -reason of dis loyalty on the part of the share ho...

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STONY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 November 1914

STONY CREEK. A largely attended meeting wias held at Stony Creek on Octpber 28th for the purpose of drawing up a prcgramme for the anti?l -races to be held; oni January 20th. :Mr. H. Pearson presided. It was de cfded to give £100 in stakes, and rAn the races under the auspices of the Stony Greek Recreation Reserve Triustees; ,ainy profitastb obe devoted to improvements to the couise. The following programme was drawn up:*--Hurdle race, 2 miles, £20; 13.2 a.u. pony race, 4 furlongs, £10; 14.1 to 13.2 pony race, 4½ furlongs, £10; Stony Creek Cup, 1 mile, £25; Bracelet,- - furlongs, £15 Flying Handicap, 5 furlongs, £20; Hack Race. The office-beareis appointed werc--President, Mr. R Inglis;? vice-presidents, Messrs B. Brady, Outhwaite, and F. Healy; secretary and treasurer Mr. W. Helms ; stewards, MessrsH Pearson, J. E. Lees,. .W; Helms.Geo .Fry , Ji. Quinn B. Brady and R--Inglis. A committ e of t eight was soapyi pointed, to carry, out nle~es~7ary..d~e-' tails- :·-i. _

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

REMlNANTS OF LINOLEUlVI & FLOORO0LOTHS. SPECIAli SALE AT JE IH. LAO.LVIIV ce CO.'S, J. H. OOLVIN OO.'S, Remnants of Lnoleum 6 feet wide. Remnant of Linoleum itt 6in. wide. Remnants of Linoleum Jft. 9n?widn Remnants of i.nolem feet w.de All at special prices to clea.". PIGS. PIGS.:: A TRUCK will leave Leongatha Railway Station on TUES DAY, .10th November, for" the Melbourne -Market, consigned to Ca?ipbhell' &. Sons, of- Kirk's Baiaar, Melbourne. - Already 'a number. of pigs are promisedl. A representative:. will bdin attendance totrrhck pigs.' Noticeiof Disstolution of Partnrership. THE Partnershili hitherto existing between Arithur Thomas. Jarratt an!d Wilfred Johnson, trading as Jarratt and Johnson, of Ruby, in Victoria, as Butchers and Bakers, has been dissolved by mutual consent as from the 31st day of October.1914. All debts owing to the said partnership may be -paid to' the said Arthur Thomas -Jarratt or Wilfred Johnson, whose receipts will be'a suffi- dient dis...

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