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Inverloch Proposed Water Supply. PIPE SCHEME FROM KONGWAK RESERVOIR, WONTHAGGI. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 November 1914

Inverlo~ch Proposed Water SI, pply. - - - -' ? . ..- -.:.+ " i . PIPE SCHEME= FROM KONG .WAK. RESERVOe R, WON THAGGI. The difficulty of obtaining water at Inverloch in +the summer months inducedu the residehts to 'approach' the State fRiversi and WaterSupply Com mission through the Hon; J. E. Mackey with the ob ject of obtaining a permanent ser vice from the reservoir that servedl Wonthaggi.: The .following re idort has been forwarded to rus by the Member for Gippsland :West from;lMr Wm. -Cattanach, Conm missioner of Water Supply, Mel bourne:i- :+ "- ' With reference :to+ inquiiry of Mr E. Halford, per the Hen. J. E. Mackey, M.P., as to the prospect and likely cost ;of a~iservice-: for Inverloch from the Ko?gwSiak rel servoir, the followitig is furnishedi -Iniverich, on :Andersor's Inlet; in the census of 1911 had a popu lation-:of 193. Drawing fr?m the 12-inch main from' tie rfeservoir to Wonthaggi, the 'si'ortest:. pipe line to Iniverloch would be7 miles, along the Dalyston ~ind) ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 November 1914

T'iE Premier's speech at Ureswick should rally the Liberal forces, which the excitement caused by thiedeclaration of war disorganised. Unhappily there is little reason to predict an immediate end of the struggle, but as a community we are in a saner mood than we were, have 'le d that, :though great balIgf g6.,progress and our ivilisation is at stake, the day's work must be done that the "billy may boil" and the children may be fed. To electors realising the new conditions brought about 'by war and drought, Sir Alexander Pea cock made rousing appeal. - Never was it so vitally important as now that the very most should be made of our national resources, and as Parliament must play a big part in the making or marring of Victoria, all that oesk to the A.nrin'rn of satisfactory representation concerns us closely. Thus the Redistribution of Seats, so far from being an ab stract issue about which clever lads may talk- in debating societies, is a practical issue, the determination of which ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 November 1914

CRICKET. A miatch took place.on the Leon gatha recreation reserve on Satur day, !ast-between -Korumburra and - a, 16cal :team. The visitors went first to the wickets and put up 199, which left insufficient time to com. plete the game. When stumps were drawn Leongatha .had lostfive?i: wickets for 45 rins., Following arei the scores:- XORiUMIIURA. H.Kelly, C and b Nye .,' , 7 Broughton, c Bond, b Nye . 2 V. Parry; Sutherland, b .Cotter ... 3 L. Parry, b M, Shaw ., .. 53 Wood,.b M. Shaw . 23 Milliard, by Nye in .; 9 J. P. Rowan, not out . . 30 McKinnon, b Nye . 16 ~MInerney, a. M. ?iha . ' 0 GCillan, et. Shaw, i Grant 34 Casbolt, b Grant 1 Hehir, b Grant" .- -.0 Sundries. ... 21 199 Analysis.--Nye 4 for 50, Sutherland 0.:: for 4,. Cotter L for 20, Grant 31.fore86;, Skerry 0 for 8,NB0~eIfdr 2,:M S1i w 3I:-h for 52, - ? LEONiGATHA. R .deC. Shaw, b V. PaIrry 5:..?? MIcPherson, b Broughton .. 7: dM. Shaw, a Kelly, v Parry --... 10-- J Dick, b Broughton ... ...- 3 H. Neal, not out .. 16: A....

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 November 1914

THE GUN. The next sweepstake shoot-of the Leongatha Gun Club will take .place on Saturday next, when a trophy donated by'Mr F. W. ~Morris will be competed for, for .best average for past six months. In a triophy shoot recentlyat Leongatha, a tid took place be tween- that well known pigeon shot, Donald McIntosh, and F. W. Morris. There was not time to .shoot off before departure of the train, but a letter has since been received from Mr McIntosh stating that he was willing that the trophy should be awarded to Mr Morris. Members of the Leongatha Gun Club had an enjoyable trip to Lower Tarwin on Saturday, when they were well looked after and treated most hospitably. As many. as sixteen shooters toed the mark, and some good shootipg was done. Morris and Argyle both shot splendidly. The first event was a match between Tarwin Lower and Leongatha, the former winning with 26 points' to 19. F. Morris gainedfirstindividualplace,withW. Jex nn?tTe. sTe dond sweep was won by Argylewith 5 kills o...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Within the Law." [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 November 1914

* · '"Within the Law." . 0c. Williamson's famous drama: '-Withi .the Law,'": which is to :be staged ait the Leongatba Hall •to-morrow "evening, is assured a hbearty welcome from the many playgoers iin Leongatha. So 'much has been said and written in praise of this new play as to create more than ordinary interest . amongst. .our theatre goers.: This famous drama holds the record number of: perform ances both for Sy'dney-and Mel bourne, while. on[ the tour of the principal centres 'of population throughout Australiait play ed to capacity houses -for. 18 months witliout a break. The story deals with a police injustice to an innocent girl and the means she adopted to get even both with sodiety :.and '.her. - employer. - Ag.es;,'" she says toa notorious blackmailer she is harbiouring, '' the richest men in this coun?try have .made their fortunies not be cause of the law but in spite0of the law." She:explains"that they made up their :mind' w.hat they wanted and theni engagied: clever law...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MIRBOO SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 November 1914

MIrBlE~~oiso- SO H . Thejheat up till November 13th has? been intense, but rain is now falling slowly and is badly needed; a: few: settlers having to .cart water. .. A lot of starving cattle are now in and around these parts. Messrs T. Mummery and J.' Mckinnon have a good lot on their b!oks, and Mr C. A. Watt has about 30 head of starving horses on his prop'erty.: Shearing is in full swing. A good many sheep have beehshorn in the district,.but there are a lot more to bedone. ; What is to be done with the wool, no one knows. .. The bush fire that raged in Gunj;ah Gunyah a few, weeks ago, burnt.down the Gunyah Hall and also. a few houses and a quantity of grass was destroyed. :

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 November 1914

: SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. The annual meeting of the Leongatha Racing Club will be held in the Mechanics' Lodge Room this'evening at 8 o'clock, and, judging by the interest that : is being taken by lovers of racing, it is anticipated that there will be'. a large attendance. Durihg the past week-or two the new course has been visited by .several gen tlemen interested.in the sport, and they have been greatly surprised at the amount of.work done and the excellent 'track that. his been. formed. There is plenty of. room for galloping, and. .owners of horses will have no reason to complairi of:tie'going, which pro mises. 'to be perfect.- The --two most -proininent features are the long stretch:at the back and the fine runi': hdme 'in the straight, which are admiited to be equal to anything outside of Melbourne. The track, which has been laid out by Mr A. Simmons, reflects . great credit on the abilities of that gentleman, for he has mnade what was ?nothing but scrub a couple of years ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"OWED" TO THE FLIES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 November 1914

"OWED" TO THE FLIES. In the wake of sultry summer Come the pesty little flies: lMay the Powers of Darkness take 'em, Dash, and bust, and drat their eyes. You will find 'em in the sugar, You will find 'em in the Jam, Causing many rude expressions- Words that rhyme with Mary's lamb. You may smash 'em, you may bash 'em, You may dislocate their spines, Assault 'em with a hanimer, And hang 'em up in lines; Yet there's always one reflection, Which could drive a man insane- That despite our greatest efforts . They'll come next year again. SKOOROOMAN. 3.11.14. With the great expansion of fruit- growing, Sthepparton folk begin to dream of a town com. prising 10,000 souls. The Allies have warned Colom bia and Ecuador to keep neutral in the presence of German ships in the-.Pacific. Anglersidesire measurement to -be -eslitituted for the present staxidard of -wrneight of fish.that may be caught.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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MELBOURNE PIG MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 November 1914

MELBOURNE PIG MARKET Adamson, Strettle and Co, report: Stores-Best 28s to 33s, seconds from 19s, slips from 9s. Porkers -Primne heavy 36s to 40s, extra to 44s, prime medium 30s to 34s, prime light from 26s. Bacon pigs -Prime heavy 72s1 to 76s, a few extra choice to 4 guineas, prime medium 67s to 70s, prime light 62s to 66s, half fat and inferior from 40s. Backfatters--Extra .heavy sows £5 15s to £7, prime weighty sorts £4 10s to £5 7s 6d, rough and inferior from 50s.

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MARKETS. GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 November 1914

MARKETS. GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE {-?3--?:,SELLING CO.-: ?iBuGtter-Choicest selling at 1iiVd,: choice- at l1d, good to prime 10d to lid, separators 10d to 10d, dairies 9d to 10d. Cheese-6d for prime new loaf and medium sizes, semi-matured 8d :to 9d, matured 10Od to lid. Eggs-private lines is 2d. Bacon -Light sides 10d to 10 d, medium weights 9½d, heavies 8%d, middles lid, jackets 9d to to 9½d, hams 11d to ls id. Wheat 4s 9d. Oats-Prime milling 3s 7d, feed 3s 6d. Maize-Prime flat red 4s ld. Chaff-£6 5s to £6 10s, medium to £5 15s. Onions -Brown Spanish £12. Potatoes -Snowflakes and excelsiors down to £7, medium 'and inferior to £4

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DUMBALK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 November 1914

DUMBALK. .At the Dumbalk Public Hall on thle 9th instant a- farewell [social was- tendered -.to . Sisteir-:i Back house, whbo'is leaving; -the'Buish Nursing A~ssociation, and :taking a positlon at Tooria. Apleasant evening was spent .by the large liumber present. Mr H.: Pearson presented the guest with a travel ling bag,- a gift from the .resi dents, and Mr Quick responded on behalf of Sister Backhouse. MrrPearson referred to the year's work in the districtso ably car ried out by the nurse. and said that 'she had made a 'host of friends, and her departure was very much regretted. Vocalicems were given by Mrs Cantwell and Miss'Phelan, a violin solo by. Mr Downe, and the iimusic for the dance was kindly provided by Messrs Quick, McWhinney: and Kelso.

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District News. MEENIYAN [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 November 1914

S District News. MEENIYAN :·The Meeniyan R.C. Race Club has~i decided to hold a picnic meeting this year instead of the usual race meeting, and there was a very large attendance at the meeting held on Tuesday eveniog last for that purpose. Trophies to the amount of £26 were pro mised in the room, and it was decided that the meeting be held on the 13th January. The fol lowing office-bearers were ap pointed:-President, Rev. Fathar Coyne; vice-presidents, Messrs T. Hanily and McGrath; judge, Mr W. B. Hughes; treasurer, Mr J, Hanily; secretary, Mr P. Griffin; starter, Mr B. McKitterick; stew ards, Messrs J. Lees, W. Castiin, H. Pearson, F..Reeder, F. Healy, W. B. Hughes, H. Dickson, Con. Moore, and W. J. Farrell. .It was decided to make the members' tickets 5s. The meeting pRro mises,to be a very successful one, and alarge committee has been appointed to carry out thet ar rangements in connection with it.

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MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 November 1914

M: ,:::: ARKET-TRAIN? :, .FOSTER TO LEONGATHA ? Next-Date, Tburs., Nov. 26 Ioster (dep) 9 Hoddle Range . 919 Fish Creek . 9.26 Boys '984 Buffalo .' 9.40 Stony Creek: 9i: .49 i. Meeolyan 954a TaZ in 10 Koonwarra .. 10.8 Leongaths (arr.) . 10.80

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SCRIPTURE STUDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 November 1914

SCRIPTUIE STUDIES, :0o: -.0.-" ~i'~!)~;~~~ .S VED SO AS BY FIrE1 " Y PASTOR IIRUSSE&L. " Text: "Saved'so as by fire." I. Cor. iii., 25. Some of my Catholic friends declare, he said, that I am more Catholic than Pro testaa. but I have never acknosledged abis. Many. both Catholies and Protest a.nts, tell us that we should receive the Sessago of Oouncils-the creeds which they iformulated-as of equal inspiration with th.,eh Bible, because, they say, these Councils .were composed of bishops of the Church, sad, under the law of Apostolic Succession, these bishops had authority, and Divine i-nspiration equal to the original twelve iApotleu. Hence the theory says that, if -ny conflit exists between the. Bible and the creedb the latter should have the great .. weight in our minds, as being a later :production. .From this I dissen't,,and am glad to note 'that I am in better accord with the views ;of the present-PoPe, whose recent proch .ination urges upon all Catholics loyalty to .the...

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CRICKET. BOND'S TEAM V. BRUMLEY'S TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 November 1914

BOND',TE AMYi.€- BRUMLE1 S TEAMi, A nmatchl between .thi'e above: named teamsi took place on the Lebogatha oval. o We?onesdiay, when tbe. sores wee se gfillowP BoND s TEAM. J. Band, c 113 M. Shaw, a .&r She 1;8 Sutherland Mi?n?o ,.-. Mesey,; :cb Giregory: 38_ Beck, ?ot Out . . . Sundrie~~~ Analysis.? Munro 1 for 62; Nye 0: for: G Sch;oll1es 1"for 29, Grgory i2 fiorEdney.f 0 for. 15, Coiter is? tfr r?d' f Gregory , c.b - rant Scholes, b Hfinefs 1.. A. E. Edney, runr out 1 SunHdrie 1, Six wicket for . 102 Analysis Sutherla d 0 for 21 Shaw 0 for.lo Griant 2'for 20, 4esley 0 ,for 1$?,Hines 23 for ,, kerry 1 fo ..r 4..

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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 November 1914

SPORT AND PASTIME., N :li 6; following looký well in for i the races a Epson to morrow: First Divisioii Handi id i-Liioja and SGreat Shot.`SecoindDivision Quarry i Park, 'and. Dewbeiry. Anniversary .aindicap - Great Shot a.and 'Hainbu-rgBell. Stee6ple qchase.pMater a,94 and, Chatter ioy. Third Divisio .? Un.oniFi rms and Rati ; umpersn Flat Socotra.and Besseimer., ,.) u.: n:•; ..":/ ' : " '-??? ..? -?

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MARDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 November 1914

Althoiuh the n'ight was rather warinmfdor dancing ona-theA4th in stant, the: dnnial ball- tfnder' the auspices of the Mardan RiflelOlub wa's --ttended ..by '-about,. .40 couples, and -the dance proved to be' the best of the;season nmany- com-ing- a lonig-.- disi tance. Thel suipper- w?':a well catered for by --thMardnF ladies, assisted bytMr E F Mc'Namara, of Leoriga'Aitha Tie 'niusic, pro vidd by Messrs How lland Law son, iwas all that could b- desired. Messrs G.tH-ughiesand !E. Peart as M.0's. kept the'i dancers :going till the early hourstof the morh ing, and -all-' whoattendede thor ougihly .en joyed them selves.

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District News. MEENIYAN [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 November 1914

District News. 'MEENIYAN - - A very pleasant little funtion took place at the Meeniyan -Hotel on Monday afternoon last;,w, hen over a parting ,glass Mir ,Ewan Ross,.who is leaving for the:front with the -Second: Epeditibonary Force, was made:a .small present. Mr V-. J~. Farrelll :L behialf o'f the boys of the village, made the presentation; and: coiplimented .the recipient. upon the stand he had" taken. Mr :Ross was liked by -l1, and.they: were very proud of him in volunteering for the front,-and they hoped that when the war was over they would all be present to welcome him They all felt sure that he would uphold the honor of. Australial and the British Empire, arid that he would play the game. On behalf of- the boys he handed an: envelope to Mr-Ross, and: wished him God speed and a safe retuir:. The toast, which was drunk with three times three, was supported by Cr A. McDonald, shire president, and Mr F. Healy, and. cheers :we?e given for Mr Ross anl?his motler. Mr Ross suitabi :rd...

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Leongatha Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 November 1914

Leongatha Racing Club. The annual meeting of the g Leongatha Racing Club was held on Tuesday evening last, when there were present-Messrs Thos. Riggall (vice-president, in the chair), E. S. Callanan, A. Sim iions, D. Spencer, R. J. V. Foote, S. Maddern, R. de C. Shaw, L. S. Smith, J. O'Toole, J. T. Lardner, A. C. Rair, Kewish, Rossiter, Robt. Smith, K. Aberdeen, A. Jarratt, E. F. McNamara, and the secretary (Mr L. H. Lunn). After reading and corifirming the minutes of the last general meeting, the following statement in connection with the new course was presented: Receipts.-To 58 debentures at £5, £290; Savings Bank deposit, £55 9s ; one life membership, £5. Debit balance, 30/9/14, £151 4s 2d. Total, £501 13s 2d. Cash on hand, debenture interest, £3. Expenditure.-By purchase of course, £233 l1s lid; work on course, £219 12s 9d; pipes, wire, grass seed, &c., £35 10s 6d; in terest on debentures, £5; petty cash and debenture stamps, £2; interest, bank charges arid ex change, £...

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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 November 1914

'SMOKE DRIFT . The body of Iod I erbt is to be ititerredin Sti.Piul'sCati:hedral •in London." The Rissianis besieging Przeii syl are:engaged in destioying the fortifications. 'The Germans claim thiat thei Russian advance near Soldani lias been repulsed." ? SOn the 8th inst tihe enemy. lost 1"2,000 killed in front: of one British section. SSir John French has 'recom-. mended 428 non coms and privates? .:for commissions. : ':In Britain i4,500 aliens have been :interned, and 28,000 o.thers are still at large " "The Prinfe of Wales, who is-a lieutenant in the Grenadiers, has' .gonetothe front. . Britain is lendingn£30,250,000 to Canada, South Africa, Australia, Sand New Zealand. The Germans.lost nearly 100,000 killed in four days' fighting at Ypres, in Belgium. - The United Statesis inquiring into alleged violations of neu tirality by Ecuador. Australian telephone and tele graphrates areconsiderably lower than American rates. .. Another.F'Angl'oIndidih contin genit, of important dimensi...

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