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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 November 1914
1 IMCartin &Co, Leongatha. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, / Stock, Station, Land : i Finacial Agents. CATTLE SALES, 1914. SLeongatha. Korumb'ra. Oc r .- Thurs Friday -October :.. 1 15 29 9 23 November ... 12 26- 6 ,--620 ' December'- ?.. 10 24 ... 418 S -Denotes First Sale. : Agents for Sun l~ire Offic ;Colonial SMutualLife; National Trustees, Execu Stars and Agency Co;:' Head office, Leongatha, Branch office Korum bnrra... SLoans Negotiated. Phone 28;, Leongathba. - OUTR NEXT SALE ON TaURSDAY. 12TH NOV. 12 choice 3yr old heifers on the point of calving; gobd quality and well grown. 9 3yr old' Steers, forward conditiozi. - And other cattle. MathieSon & D?avis, Stock and Station Agents, Sheep . and Cattle Salesmen 5 ST. JAMIES BUILDINGS, 127-1U WILLIAM STREET, MELBOURNIE Andat Sale, Traralgon, Maffra, Lec gatha, Mirboo North, WODONGA & ALBURY (N.S;W.' .LEONGATHA CATTLE. Thursday, November: 5th LEONGATHA PIG SALE. Tuesday, Nov. 3. F;J.Little Proprietary S Limited, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 November 1914
FIRE ?! I CR;AIG'S NEWS AGENCY TEMPORARY: PREMIS ES IN SLSNELL'S: BUILDINGS, : Two: D o:. T.?ii?D6°ors FromOld;Ooner,:., NEW Stook Stationery, Con . feotionery and School Books to hand, together with our usual supply of Newspapers and Maga zines. Tickets for Eight Hours' and Dr. 3.iuids Art Unions... co: ? mmno ,alth ; -·, Carriage :: and SHOEING FQRGE, :. .LEONGATHA. ." . 3. H.. CAMPBELL, P, Proprietor. Thie iLarge~st Manufacturer inthe District Th-sort ,yo.o want:is '-th?,B est S and that is my sort. Vehicles of all descoriptions made on the premises. No i. slumming. i Every article finished off with care:and elegance. My work has been in the district for years, and speaks for itseif. Blacksmithing executed inall its branches., *Do You Want Good Value For YourS Money?: :. : P - -PRICES RIGHT;. IF SO, CALL ON T. H. COCHRAN, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MEAK-ERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) SLTE R. H. IMON, "'PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, [OR the Following Line...
COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. THE COUNCIL APPROVES OF MORE POWER BEING GIVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 November 1914
COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. THE- .C.OUiCIL .APPiROVES OF MORE POWER BEING GIVEN. The President of the Woorayl Shire Council (Cr Aelbx, McDonald) at last Friday's meeting reported upon the conference attended by him recently in -Melbifurn 'id re lation to the giving of more power to the Country RoadsBoard.. SOr Donald .said 'that ?-people in the baok country should receivce more consideration. The Board had only been in .existence for a year, and he opposed giving it imore power thani at present till the roads in the: outlying districts had been pushed-forward. Or Hall contendedt;hatit would uo u toTotu.e interest, oi tne bacic country to give the Board more power. It would be too auto cratic; an" institution.-- Requests would'be dealt with by a secre tary in Melbourne who had' no sympathy with country require ments. Councils mightas well go out of existence ifEthe Board-were given morespower. The Council was quite .competent to look after the by-roads. - -., :_ . - ; . The President stated...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 November 1914
Sport and Pastime will be seen on the fourth page. At a meeting of directors of the Leongatha Butter Factory Com pany, held on October 29th, the following resolution re the Cream Grading Bill was carried unani mously :- "This company 'has given further and fullest con sideration to the Cream Grading Bill, and requests the Minister of Agriculture to submit the..Bill to Parliament in its entirety. as drafted, and that' other than making provision for differentia tion of:payment: for cream ac cording to quality,: there is no alternative." At the recent examinations in music held in Leongatha by the Universities of Melbourne, Ade laide, Tasmania, Queensland and Western Australia, the 'following candidates from. the .Convent School of the Sisters of St. Joseph were successful -- Practical Passed--Grade V: Hannah Cot ter,'May Summers, Mary :Mar oney.- Grade VI: Mary. Ryan, Mary Hanley. SThe Bert Bailey Dramatic Com pany will: visit Leongatha with their successful Australian drama '' On Ou...
SCRIPTURE STUDIES, [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 November 1914
SCRIPTURE STUDIES, :-0o IVINE LOVE AND MEROY BY PASTOR RUSSEILL. Text: "And in ,this mountain shall the Lord of Hosts make unto all people a feast of fat things" (Iha. xxvy., 6). Throughout the Scriptures the word "mountain" is used as the symbdl for a kingdom. Earthly governments are repre sented as -mountains and hills, while the Lord's government is represented as being established "in the top of the mountains." It is this mountain, or Kingdom of God, wshich is referred to in our text. It has not yet been established in the earth, and " hence its blessed work has not yet been realised. We still properly pray: "Thy will be done on earth, as it is done in heaven." True, a beginning has been made. For more than eighteen centuries since the iHoly Spirit was bestowed at Pentecost -the church has been in process of selection; and 'tbhe church is sometimes called the Skingdom because its members, when glori ied, will .constitute the kingdom class the Bride-who will share with the Hca ve...
THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 November 1914
THE DAY. By HENRY CHAPPELL '(Thie authoi of this magnificent poemisays the "Daily Expressisa Henry: Chappel, a rallway porter at Bath Mr Chappel is knoun iito his comrades as the "Bath Railway Poet." A poemn such as this ?Ifts lim to the rank 'of a national 'poet.) - You boasted the Day; and you toasted the Day, .- " ---And now the Day has come Blasphemer, braggarts, and coward all .::: Little you reck of the numbing ball : - The blasting shell- or the w"hite arm s" fail As they speed poor humins homel. You spied for the Day, you lied for the Day, And woke the Day's red spleon Monster, who asked God's aid Divine, Then strewed His seas with the ghastly mine, - - Not all the waters of the Rh?me; Can:ash thy foul handsclean. -:-. : You dreamed for the Day, you-schemed for the Da3. Watch ow the Day will go. . Slayer of :age and youth and prime -' (Dcfenceless slain for. never i crime) Thou art' steeped in blood as a hog in slime, SFalse friend and cowardly, foe. "'":. ",. ii S ,.Youe ha...
PRIVATE COAL LEASES. THE MINISTER OF MINES AT INVERLOCH. SATISFACTORY INTERVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 November 1914
PRIVATE C? OAL LEASES. THE MINISTER OF MINES'T^ INVERILi;OCH.; ;: SATISFAOTORY INTERVIEW (By our Special Rep6rter. On.i Friday:. ilast Mr ,Drysdale Brow~ i (Minister '.of Mines), accom panied- by Mr. -J * E. Mackey, M. P., visited Inverloch,. for the purpose of hearing the views of residents upon the question of the issue of coal min ing leases to private companies. 'At the present time the Crown holds the sole right, and has,: reserved 10,000 acres for the purposes of a State mine at Wonthaggi,..'and, up to the present, applications for pri vate leases have been made without success. When Wonthaggi first came into public notice owing to the decision of the State Government to test the coal measures in that local ity, upwards of 150 private leases were applied for and duly advertised. The evident reluctance, however, to take any steps ,that might result in the establishing: o serious competi tors to the proposed State mine re sulted in exasperating delays, and t'e great :bulk of the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 November 1914
GRAZING LANDS. rJENDERS will be received on or before Monday, 23rd No vember, 1914, for the right to graze on the undermentioned land from the 1st November, 1914, to 30th September, 1915. The fee for above period and fee for licence must accompany each tender. Tender forms and full particulars may be obtained at the local Land Office. Lot 13 (Block 8868).-280 acres, Parish of Meeniyan, being the unused portion of the township of Buffalo, west of the railway line, formerly -ield by C. J. Moore. I. S. W. LAWSON, Commis sioner of Crown Lands and Sur vey, CHURCH OF~ ENG-LAND, SLEONGATHA. A Strawberry Fete And SALE OF WORK (left over froni the.-Sale of Gifts) will be held in the Churdh Grounds on Tuesday, 24th November, at 2.30 and 7.30 p.m. CONCERT AND LANTERN LECTURE on "Japan," 8 p.m. Admission --Afternoon, Free; Evening, 6d. A PUBLIC MEETING. A PUBLIc MEETING will be Sheld in the Mechanics' Hall, Meeniyan, on November 10th, at 8 p.m., to arrange for holding the Annual R.C. Demonstrat...
CORRESPONDENCE. THE WATER SUPPLY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 November 1914
.. CORRESPONDENCE. THE WATER SUPPLY. TO THE EDITOR. SIR,n-Since my letter appeared last week, I have bad numerous ratepayers to.see me.urging the signing of a petition to the Gov ernor-in-Council to get the Trust put on an elective basis. I am making arrangements to that end, and by next week will havethe petition ready for signature, aid will also have full information as to riode of prodedure. The townis people are up in armsagainst the old system and its methods, ahd there will be no difficulty in getting things put on a proper basis.-Yours, etc., JOHN M. MOLLOY.
District News. TARWIN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 November 1914
D " -istrict ' Ne s. .very enjoyable evening was spent -at the residence of Mr R. Day. on :Wednesday last, the occrision being a send-off to Mr RoyBentley, who has volunteered for the front and is going with the Ammunition column. The even ing closed by all wishing him a speedy and safe return. Mr Bentley has been with Mr Day since quite a lad, and will be missed ,hefe. Mr Ewin Ross, tookla -fl'ing trip home on Saturday night, and left again yesterday, he has had four. days sick leave, having had a poisoned hand. ? He i-:ii goiing to.the front with the Infantry. He will no dboubt he' home .again before he [sails.': . . -
SPORT AND PASTIME TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 November 1914
SPO~RT AD PASTIME"~ TENNIS. On: Saturdayi aft:ernoon 7th in~ stant, the official opening dayjof the -:,Longathia Club for :tie seas?i? a matchi will be played con the ·ourts, with the Korumburra Cliutb.ib It Tis expected that there ill be- a large assemblage. of hembers andl their friends. In tendinrig members are cordially in vited to be present. The lady ni~mibers of thee club will pro vide afternioon tea. The team liose?d torepresent the Leongatha Club is as follows:-M-isses Bond D. Shaw; C Little, and E. Shaw. Messrs. Boid, Brumley, Lardner, and McPhierson.
MEENIYAN [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 November 1914
'MEENIYAN SAt the:-Presbyteriah Manse on Wednesday :.afternoon ioocasion was taken of the meeting of -the Federal. Committee and Ladies' Guild to::i?~ik a preseritation to Mrs McLaurii oh behalf of thOe adherents:: of the Presbyterian Church. Mrs McLaurin has been closely identified with tbe: work of the Church for some years, and will be greatly missed. Mr Mar shall,; on behalf of the church peoplp:lresented her With a haiid some : silver cake dish. IMrs McLaurin thanked the dommittee and ladlies for ,their valuable gift. Mrs McLaurin will-be greatly missed fromin :our: ~midst, having been a splendid worl~r for every thing. .. . _. .
SOUTH GIPPSLAND RACING ASSOCIATION FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 November 1914
SOUTJ GIPPSLAN'iD'RANOING SASSOCIATION-:FIXTUTRES. The following date were al otted-for theocoming seasonn:- : Stni. Creek,' Wednesday; January O20th. - - - KCorninburi;ra,: Wednesdiay,. -J-anuary 27th.: - -- . Foster, Wednesday,Feiruary Itli. . Leongatla;,FridayFebruary 12th. :, Korumburra,- Wediesdavy, Marih 24th Association, Friday, March 26th.: - :'
South Gippsland Shire Council. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 November 1914
South Gippsland Shire Council. CORRESPONDENCE. "W. E.? Steele, Mardan, writing about terms submitted at previous meeting for deviatio,.-Cr Jones to attend. - W. J. Chapman,:Fish Creek; agreeing to make reduction of £2 per acre on previous terms.-Cr Keane to attend. Couintry Roads Board supplying amounts available for expenditure as maintenance on each of the main roads· mentioned:--Falls road, £50 Foster-Boblara-.road, £200; Sto~iy Creek-Dollar road, £100; Toora-Ginyahl;, £150. :I .MOTIONS. Ors iHall and -Jones-That Maddockand Jamieson be notified without: prejudice that council is prepared to settleroad deviaitiori through Miss Leishman's pro perty in accordance with terms contained in theirletter of 29th April. last, and as notified by council on 29th April, but cannot recognise *any liability for law costs " incurred- by r:-Miss Leish man. Crsq Keane and Synan--That Mr Barton be asked for his terms for deviation throughi allot. 29 at Buffalo. . Crs Keane and Synan-That teniders b...
LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 November 1914
LADIES':: COUMN. By ' Podargus" Seveirl ladies (including one who signs :herself "The Bell Bird) have written .to the Editor complaining that ."T~he.man in the Street". stud iously negledts all things pertaining to. dress and .fashion and other sub jects of speciaJ interest to ladies. Well, liere goes! Skirts have never been sd'varied nor so ugly. If the slim.-audaicious things in flaring flau~nting- dresses could only "see themselves as ithers see them" they would have but a poor opinion of themselves. . "The Hunian .Form Divine"'. is ugly endugh at any time, and not to be compared for beauty of proportion, outline and color with many of- the so-called lower animals. What- with the elevation or depreS sion of the waist line with every change of fashion;, with, or. without the-disfigturement of "'stalidaway. cbl lars " "peg-top skirts," tunic ditto, boleros, and '!spiral -drapery'! : the whole, including the wearers thereof, become about as "ugly as sin,': and certainly more-unnatur...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 November 1914
olfe's Schnapps" the .World's Nightc-ap. Buy Whole Bottles. HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY. GOOD COUGH MIXTURE RECIPE. By a Qualified Chemist..: iA splendid medicine that is good for coughs, influenza, cblds, and sore throats can now be made quite easily at home. There is no boiling, tr botliher, or fuss of any kind. Get one bottle of Hean's Essence from your chemist and .mix with sugar, treacie and water, as per simple directions.; This will give you a .pint, or about eight eighteenpenny bottles of warm ing, soothing, stiniulating, curing cough and cold medicide. . It takes hold of a cough. or cold, I comforts sore throats, removes phlegm, and reduces feverishness in a. way that means business from the first dose. . . You can feel this mixturc do you good all the way down. For influenza,; asthma, whooping aiid other coughs; it proves a boon wherever used.- . It has a good tonic effect; helps the appe: tite; and is very slightly laxative. Making this mixture at honme brings the cost of an-eighte...
On Our Selection. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 November 1914
On QOur- Selection. - With:- the .:arrival .if the Bert Bailey Company iori M.=onday evening. we: salif have iin our mridst an: orgarisation -.that' has achieived success' and pjijularity second tbo none during the period of-their career with Steele Rudd's well known and popular ~omody drama, .On Our Selection." 'With this play the Beirt Bailey Company less than two years ago jumped to. immediate fame, and wherever they have -appeared the same phenomenal success which marked the first season has attended them unfailingiy. Nothing more humor ous and entertaining has ieen writterin than the series of " Selectioi "'stories contribi?uted to Aistralia by Mr Steele Riudd,and though the .-writings -icheived much fame and popularity it :was hot until the workwas seeni in its dramatisation that the full possibilitieR off his :-writings were appreciated. Steele Rudd told us of:: the ~ u~dd ud family- :and .their associates :and 'of the himdorouis in cideits which happened at"Shingle Hut. The ...
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 November 1914
THE TURF. .Backers had anothier disastrous day: at Flemingt-on on Cup day (Tuesday) ,wben even more out siders were returined as winbers tha.n, on tie th atirday.l) In, the Cup the favorite aind other shiort-. priced hobrses were defeated, and outsiders got hom;ie.: Kingsburgh winning in 3 minutes 26 seconds, which 'is- a record. for:the race. Sir Ai-.Airynton .was- second and Moonbria .third; The:- favoirrite, St'. Carwyne, was fourth, Ulva's Isle ?fifth,: and- Uncle Sam:sixth: 78 traiin journeys were adiiad.frmo the city to Flemifington -Y i-Only .one, favorite indie .six raceston Cup daywais successful ,-nameiy,-- KSwedishi Ladjwlotio started at,:"7? to- 4 ii nthe Cup Steeplechiase: -.
Leongatha Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 November 1914
SLeongatha Telephones Exchange. Following, are the numbers and names of subscribers :- 1. Shire of Woorayl Offices. 2. Butter Factory, and manager's residence.: . ' 3. Co-operabive Society's Store. 4 W.G. Walker, storekeeper. 5. Peck & ;Sons, auctioneers. 6. J. M. Molloy, chemist 7. P. Johnson; butcher.-. 8. DrHowden, physician.I 9. Nurse Morris, priyate hospital 10. Lardner & Co., ironmongers. 11. Cdlvin & Co., drapers.: 12. A. E. Edney, storekeeper 13. Rossiter & Co., STAR Office. 14. Pearce & Jarratt, butchers 15. S. Maddern,Cominercial Potel 16. Neal Bros., storekeepers. 17. R.' Bair, Otago Hotel. 18. E. Manders, agent. 19. Nurse Good, private hospital. 20. Rev. P. J. Coyne, Presbytery. 21. J. W: Rumpf, private residence 22. J. McFarlane,. coactbuilder. 23. E. McNamara, baker. 24. H. Kelly, undertaker. 25. Jnb. Lardner,privatereuidenoe 26. Dr Pern, physician. 27. E. A. Cole, auction mart. 28. McCartin & Co., auctioneers. 29. R. J. ...