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UNIQUE CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 November 1914
UNIQUE CELEBRATION. A dnique 'yet pictuiesque spec tacle, says the "Shepparton Adver tiser,"' was witnessed by a , few citizens at forentoon on Friday last,; -when' a:': number' of",( Mos lems engaged in' business: local ly or hawking. goods in the 'dis trict; assembled .on 'some low-lying ground after taking .the' fist- turn ing to the left past the second ,bidge from Shepparton. It was a quiet spot, away from human gaze, with scarcely. a voice .to be heard save that of a few birds: which broke forth with joyous note in their flight from tree to tree. ;The day -was sultry, but in that sylvan retreat cooF zephyrs wafted past; and :some dis tance away you could see smoke curling upwards from the cooking places of those individuals ?who lead a nomadic- life, or prefer existence in humble hut or tent away from the rest of mankind and the. "madling crowd," The town. was unaware. that in: that hour was being cele bration a festival in commemoration of an event centuries upon. centuries o...
Meeniyan Court of Petty Sessions. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23RD. (Before Messrs Kewish and McDonald, J's.P.) DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 November 1914
Meenlyan :Court bf Petty SesSio ns.?: MoNDiAY, :NO VEMBER:2R;~ 23RD (BefSorie :M~essrs Kewishj~t; and ~Mc Doniald J'aF) - DEBT CASES. R-.eeder and WBeusfoCrd? v+. Geraid Lgan?..£6 14s Id, :goodsEsold ane delivered. Orer foF anmount: aind 2i6s :cosltsi: payalble at 2i .:6d: per wteedk d and'Ye ford vT. T. Sherry. £2 Os 5d, go-ds sold and Odelivr Or radei or amount aiind]i c 16s costs. Same v. W.7 Leighton jr. £3 10s 4d goodsi sold ad delivered. Order for amount aiind 15. costs. Same v. Cravei Ch'ad wick.-£36 is 10d goods soldai nd: delivered; Order.for amioio;i:t and £2 7s costs. Crutohfield v;':.Mildowney, jr. Claim for £3 lOs10 Od; gbboods sold and dbliVred. Order for amount and -lOs costs;i". :: " :: umi?Unber of otiher Oases were adjourned _.__. ,__ •:_ -
Poowong and Jeetho Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 November 1914
Poowng and Jeethio Shirie Couincil. -Crs" 1:-itigeriald -'and i: Moller: That the engineer be instructed to make a- rr?urher'-survey?. at-the north-west:. corner -of .McNaugh ton's on .the Fairban k: deviation, aid to 0get it- ready :as soon as possible: .OCrs :- Fitzgei ald and M.:oller: That tenders be called, returnable at next ineetin g; for ten chains of metalling :for McIntosh 'and Witherdenis -iroad," near Tack'?s; the stone': to . :be : got from -Dunn's paddock .Ors;Scott and McGrath MiThat Eng ieeri Beckettsr esignation b5e acceidted -:and-ithat he-be :re: lieved bfbhisdu tes.at onc r' - Oris H ror leyand Adkins That applications or an engineer to thae shireatasalaryofale £450 per annumb1s? called eturnable lts dai fortighi ? the genitlemanI aI ponited do ttie r:igh toii ffinder takethe Conile itry Roads Board work at a percentageito be paid by t?? i BoaBrd on all new works Cris F itzgeralld and .McCabet Meisair ABeckett?eatnd Mickle all 'lans, fild otes, papers, docti: -me...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 November 1914
Leongatha. i:Woorayl Private Hospital C-orner of Peart and Bellingham Streets LEONGATHA - ,ITHE MISSES MORRIS (Oertificated Nurses). -URGICAL, Medical and Midwifery casees received. ' z . ·ril -. : · HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY. GOOD COUGIH MIXTURE RECIPE. By a Qialified Chemist. iA splendid medicine that is good for coughs, influenza, colds, and sore throats can now be made Quite easilyi at home. There is no boiling, rt bother, or fuss of any kind. Get one bottle of Hean's Essence from your chemist and mix with sugar, treacie arid water, as per simple directions. This will give you a pint, or about eight eighteenpenny bottles of warm ing, soothing, stimula'ting, curing cough and cold medicine. .It takes hold of a cough or cold, comforts sore throats, removes phlegm, and reduces feverishness in a way that means business from. the first dose. You can feel this mixture do you good all the-way down. For influenza, asthma, whooping and other coughs, it proves a boon wherever used. It has a good t...
SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 November 1914
i' :: SPORT :AND "PA"STIME. -:· :THELTURF.. The two principal races 1 at Epsom .:on (Saturday the Anni versary .lHandicap and .Steeple chase weree wonby Hamburg Belle and Chatterboy, biotihf bding mnientioned .-in this colunin on 'Friday as probable winners. The starting prices being 9 to 2 and 7 to2. The Bendigo ::Jockey- Club's Cup meeting .will commence to morrow, when the principal event to be decided. will be the Bendigo Cup. Several first-class performers are engaged, and the race pro mises to be interesting. Atora, Traquette, Mintstone, Uncle Matt, Wallachia, Winnipeg, and De fence read well handicapped, and the placings.-may be Uncle Matt ... ... 1 STiraquette: ... .... 2 Wallachia 3 HURDLE RACE. Persian Light .... 1 Powerful ... . 2 SBill Brandon......... 3' EPSOM PLATE. Precious ...... 1 --Four Flush ... .. 2 ., Kilspludie: ..; ...- 3 ENCOURAGE STAKES., Rosarnna or One _ ... :-1I Pretty Bobby... ... 2 Mousqueterie...... 3 PRESIDENT'S PLATE; . Recaller,: .... : 1 Miss Footb...
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 November 1914
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET Adamson, Strettle and Co, report: Stores-Best 22s to 338, seconds from 19s, slips from 9s. Porkers -Prime heavy 38s to 43s, extra to 47s, prime medium 33s to 37s, prime light from 29s. Baconers -Prime heavy 47s to 78s, a few extra choice to 86s prime medium 68s to 71s, prime light 63s to 66s, half fat and inferior from 42s. Backfatters-Extra heavy. sows £5 15s to £6 15s, prime weighty £4 7s 8d to £5 5s, rough' and staggy from 45s.
GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE BACON CO. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 November 1914
GIPPSLAND OO-OPERATLI d SBACON CO. Kinily· give space to the followv Ting letter which appetred in the '.Gippaland Standard," 4th Novem b?er, 1914: . .Sir,-I appreciate the efforts made by you to rouse shareholders by ur g?gl them to wake up to the inter '-estSa .of ther own company. I lieg -apaee; however, to give a short re ;isume of my statements to the meet ,ing, as there are some inaccuracies Iln your report, -which. leid them -Selves to m.rsunderstanding. You place the credit of our company on a much lower plane than I did, when you suggest the auctioneers' well kInown formula to describe it. I informed the meeting that the two Sthirds advance which our conmpany shad been paying to suppliers must now cease. The advance had been made possible by an advance against stocks from the Gippsland and . Northern Selling Co., and this ad vance was to be withdrawn at an early date. To show that the GIDpaland and Northern Co. did not w'wthdraw it, owing to the deprecia 'tion of our securi...
THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 November 1914
- $HE GUN. ...Theforthigli y: shodt under the auspices of : thb.Leo ngath a-Gun Club:took place oxfSatu?h?y, o nily? a ,vei?ys.'thalli: attehdanaice beifig present .The: .first sweepstake ahd a trophy presented by Mr Mc?Farlane was won by FliMorris, with- Warriner second place. The secondi sweep also was won" by Morris, with· J. Maddern second. A:K patriolio:.rabbit shoot Will take place next Saturday. All rabibits are to be serit;to Belgium
MARKETS. GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 November 1914
MARKETS. SELLING CO. Butter-1%id for, choicest iid: forc choice, good to prime 10fd to lld, separatorsi1l0d. to lOd dairies 9dto 9½d ::.bOheese Medium site, selling'foir53d;d loaf 6d, semi-matured 8'd to 9d, matured 10d to -10.i4d. :Eggs-. ODrdinary lines 8d, private 9d, duck eggs 9d to 9½d. Bacon Light sides 10d to :10'd, medium weights 9_/d, heavies 8d;, middles lid, jaokets Sd to 9½, hams lld to is ld. Wheat-5s 6d. Oats-prime milling 3s 7d,feed 3s 6d. Maize-Prime flat red at 4s 1.d. Chaff--£6 10s t5 £6 15s, medium down to £6. Onions- Brown Spanish £12. Potatoes-. Snowflakes and excelsiors ar'e iquioted up to £5, medium and in fe'rior down to £2.
MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 November 1914
MARKET TRAIN F?OSTER TO LEONGAAHA. Next Date, Tlhurs., Nov. 26 Foster (dep.). ,.9 Hoddle Raige , 9.19 Fish Creek .. 9.26. - Boys· .. 9.34 Buffalo . 9.40 SStonyh Creek --,.l.: -9.49: M?eeniyan .. 9.54 Tarwin :-- 10 ,Koonwarra ... - 10.8 Leongatha (aifr) .. 1 10.30 -OCnaIsTMAs is at hand, and we have opened-up our latest London Xmas and New Year's Cards. Calendars- Diaries, Pocket Bodks, Wallets, Silver-mounted, Cigar.and Cigarette Cases, and.various dainty presents for the Xmas .seasoh. VWe have a large stock of Silver-mounted Pipes, Lowe & Co.; Barling -Pipes, and all the best linies in Tobaconists'- Goods at GE(3aE FOnD's, McCartin- street.,
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 November 1914
CRICKET. Bond's _andi: Lardner's :teams meet on the Lebngatha oval on Wednesdayw hen the team of the latter will comprise - Lardner, Drydeni, Nelson, Richards;,Vivasb, Dow, Griigg, -Tarranit,-O'Carroll, Cain, :Liddell. .-Emergencies - Edney and Warfe:.:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 November 1914
M cartin & Co, Leongatha. : [Sheep and Cattle Salesmetf i, S Stock, station;, Land &i Financiai Agents. - - -CATTLE SALES, 1914.::::"", Leongatha Koruxmb ra. " . -Thurs G.:?Friday.. -O ctob'er .. 1 15 29 ri-:9 23--? November ... 12 26" ... :6 2011 December ...10 24" ....:4 18 : Denotes First Sale: - .: Agents for Sun -ire Office;.; Colonial Muitual Life;- Nationsal Trustees, Exeou -.tars and Agency Co.: - - SHead office, Leongatha- Branch office Korumburra. Loans Negotiated. Phone 28, Leongatha. ?OUR NEXT SALE :: ON THURSDAY, 26TH~NOv: 25 3 and 4yr :old Shortl;orn Bullocks, good fresh condition, local br'd. Mathieson & davis, S Stock and Station Agents, Sheep and Cattle Salesmen 5 ST. JAMES BUILDINGS, 127-1l WILLIAM STREET, MELBOURNI And at Sale, Traralgon, Maffra, Lect gatha, Mirboo North, WODONGA & ALBURY (N.S.W.\ LEONGATHA GCATTLE.' . Thursday, December 3rd Olearing Sale ,DOLLAR. Friday, 4th December, 1914 10 (ATBIESON & DAVIS have re 1V.L ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 November 1914
F"I RE! :: .FIRE! cRiAGS SNEWS AGENCY TEMPORARY PREMISES ,.IN -:.ISNEL'S BUILDINGS;, .Twol Doors l'rom Old Oorner, 1JEW Stock Statiolnery, .Con 'fectionery and-School Books to hand, together with our usual suipply of Newspapers and-Maga zines Tickets;for Eight Hours'.and D-ruids' 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.) LATE R. H. SIMON PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, ~OR the Following Lines:--TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS,,and all-Iron F Work in connection with Houses and Farms. Windmills supplied-and erected. Dairy Utensils manufactured on the premises. Cycles newiand second hand), Cashor Terms. Sundries kept in stock; good assortment. -Repairs of al descriptions promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and Other?Metals):done Sewing -Machines repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. - SHOT and COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERATING,: andl SEWARAGE CONNEC...
CORRESPONDENCE. SOUDAN GRASS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 November 1914
OORRESPONDENCE. )SOUDA?N GRASS. . TO THE EDITOR. S:IR,-This grass is not yet [known in Australia, and jju'daging by th'e highly favorable reports of itsr great merits in.:the United. States,. especially where the :rai n fall is light,:it should be of the uth:dst value :to stockowners idn similar places here.. It comes from North Africa, and has been grown in America for some years with the..: most satisfactory re sults,. and, being a deep-rooting plant, itis said .to resist drought well.. It is. largely grown in Texas and California. and Ait is said to attain'a height of five feet in eight weeks frbm seed. It will cut three tons per acre twice.in a season, and- then produce pasture for nearly all 'the winter. It is also said td be most nutritious, and is' much" relished :by all classes. of-.stock. . Coming .from an'arid sun-sordchedic'oiiitry lilke iToh'Y6udan,itishould be..worthy. of 'thie b 'it itterition ?::yi6fistoralists Who-±equire a hardy, heavy-yield ing.v~riety for the h6t ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 November 1914
ON Thursday inext the electors of Victoria will be called upon to elect another -Parliament, when an emphatic protest will be-made at the polls against the tyranny of the Labor leaders. There will be no contest in :Gippsland West or Giplsland South, for the: good service rendered in the past by Messrs J. E. Mackey and Thos. Livingston- has made each seat secure. No matter what request is made to theserepresentatives by. electors it is always -attended to promptly ifat' :all' possible. In the Woorayl-Shire Mr Mackey has proved a tower of strength whenever a deputation has waited upon the Minister for "-Public Works aisking for a special grant for roads. All over the electorate he is held in' high esteem, and is ever ready to respond to a call to perform any public function in the territory that he represents. Labor realising the >hopelessness of defeating such a respected'and trustworthy. member, Mr Mackey. was: paid' the complimenit of a walkover. In other parts of the State this...
INVERLOCH. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 November 1914
INVERLOCH. Prompt action on the part of a young man of German nationahlity prevented a drowning fatality at Inverloch on the 14th instant. A young girl was bathing on the beach on the township side op posite Point Smyth, and got out of her depth. Two Sisters of St. Joseph from Wonthaggi saw the girl in difficulties, and went to her assistance, but were unable to reach her as she was carried into the channel by the swift current. A young German, hearing cries for assistance, immediately plunged into the water and &nbsp; brought the girl safely to the beach. An heroic act of this nature, especially at the present time,when the very name of Ger many is like a redrag to a bull, deserves recognition, and it is hoped that the action will not be allowed to go unrewarded by the residents. It is a very dangerous &nbsp; spot where the mishap took place, and some posts should be erected at different portions of the beach. to warn people of the danger.
Leongatha Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 November 1914
Leongatha Telephone Excharinge. Following are the numbers and names of subscribers . i1. Shire of Woorayl Ofices. 2. Butter Factory, and nafnager's residence. 3. Co-operative Society's Store. 4 W. G. Walker, storekeeper. . Peck & Sons, auctioneers. 6. J. M. Molloy, chemist 7. P. Johnson, butcher. 8. Dr Howden, physician. 9. Nurse Morris, private h'obspital 10. Lardner & Co., ironmongers. 11. Colvin & Co., drapers. 12. A. E. Edney, storekeeper 13.- Rossiter & Co., STAR Office. 14. Pearce & Jarratt, butchers .15; S. Maddern,Commercial Hotel 16. Neal Bros., storekeepers. 17. R. Bair, Otago Hotel. 18. B Manders, agent. 19. Iurse Good, private hospital. 20. Rgv. P. J. Coyne, Presbytery. 21. J.W. Rumpf, private residence 22. ; ;JMcFarlane, coasehbuilder. 23. S. McNamara, baker. 24. H. Kelly, undertaker. 25. Jno. Lardner,private residence 26. Dr Pern, physician. 27. E. A. Cole, auction mart. 28. McCartin & Co., auctioneers. 29. R. J. Kewish, ...
Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 November 1914
:: AUSTRALIA &- TASM NIA. . Within Comciiorwiealth il:o all plades in British- Em -:. pire, per 4 ounoe 0: 1 Each additionaloZ . 0:.. 1 POST.CARDS. Within CommonwIeai t i:-a.nd all places in 'British: Em.i pire, single, eaichf-n 0. 1 Reply, each half .. 0 1 To all other places, single ;. 14 Reply cards -... . 0 3 NEWSPAPIERS . Within Commonwealth and} New Zealand,- for everyi newspaper, up to 10o. -os 0A Newspapers printed outside the Commonwealth are subject to maga zine rates of postage. - ' United Kingdom-Not ex ceeding 8oz., each news.-.:.. paper- - , . ; .. 0 1 Each idditional 2oz. ". 0 For tidiimiesion wholly: by ': sesaper Orient and P. and f&lt; O.~teamers, 16oz .. 0 1 Oth4erFlaces, not exoeeding ' 4o0s ' : ... ... ... 0 1 SEaok'additional 2o. ." : 0 BOOKS._ ;: . Withii the Commdnwealth, " or books printed in Aus- : tralia, per,8ozs.sor part 04 Printed outside Australia; per.4ozs., or part thereof : 0 ;: To New Zealand, per 4ozs. 0 ýO 1 To all other places, p...
AQUATIC. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 November 1914
AQUATIC K The programme of sports to be held at: Tarwin Lo·ver on Boxing Da? will be fbou nd on Ithe .third page of this day's :issue. The:list is /an attractive one, and includes eigh ta qatic evenatswhich;are imast piopuilar, and create a good deal of amusement. I Fouf horse events appear ori the pro-gramme;,? inchuiding high jump, despatch race and figure 8 The customary athletic events ihav received atterition from the committee, and taken all through the prograinme is an excellent one.