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Household Hints [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 February 1914

' Household Hi'nts To remove dust from ridges on the door panels use a soft, dry nail lirush. The Kitchen Table: If your kztchen table is not a good color, dip a half a lemon in dry whiting and ruli th table with this tle way of the grain. Leave for about five minutes,; then? scrub and well rinse, and you will be delighted with the result. To Clean Stone Steps: .Tho commons method of cleaning them with hearfth' stone or oaked whsting not only gives them a smeary appearance, but washes off with a shower of rain. The .ol-' lowing preparation not only looks .bet ter, but in the long run saves labor. Twice a week is sufficoient for whiten ing, and the remaining days wkshing the steps.--Take a gallon of water and color a deep blue with stone blue. Boil in it' llb of white size dissolve 1lb of Wvhiting and three cakes of nipe-clay and stir well. Wash the steps with this solution in a light quick manner and. finish with water in the usual way. .A lady, whose husband is an-invet erate cigar...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 February 1914

MARKET TRAIN Fofr.: (dep.' ) ?.::9 - , .+:? : .::, +9 Hoddle Rangj ~ :;2,F 9 1 ~' 926 :,, ish:: ? e+=? ?i??.+;:?i:???2i? Boys '?+?,,.,,,+ ++:+:+, + S??+9,84 :=: Buffalo 940 ,Stonyr Cie ek 94.9:'+!; Meeniya 95 Tarwi vu K~`oonwarra· 10' 8 ~':: SLeongath: (ir)aF : ' 1?'0.30 1914i is here and you wViil require diaries and almanacs. We have a good range in stock. L. L. Smith's almanac is always popular, and we have them always in stock. Diaries are handy to keep stock and farm accounts. Don't forget hooks and lines for the.river. We have large stocks on hand at Ford's Fancy Shdp and Sports Depot,--GEoaaar FOaD, McOartin-street.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 February 1914

Pioneer Saddlery. IXT FIELD Desires to announce VV.:: . that he has urcliased the -SADDLERY BUSINESS carried on by - Ma G. A. SAYERS during the past - 14 years, and hopes for a continuance of the liberal' support accorded to his i* predecessor. The proprietor has beeo employed by Mr Sayere during the past 12 months, which is a guarantee that he is a com petent tradesman in all branches. All Saddlery requisites kept in stock Repairs a Specialty. Horsehair bought in any quantity. Highest price given,. . MOTHER'S FRIEND Pedic Pomade.for the head. Strikes Infesting Vermin Dead. One application destroys vermnin,kills nite, heals sores, Lures rilgworm,and makes the hair grow thick, strong,and curly. Also forvermin on pigs, pmul try, cattle, and horses, J.M. MOLLOY, Leongastha, and H. JAcoBS, Toora, sell Pedic, is, 2s, 3s 6d, and packed with nit comb, 6d more. F.W. MORRIS, i: Carpenter and Builder. DESIRES to announce that he is now resident in Leongatha, and hopes to merit a fair share of...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 February 1914

-~· SMOKPE DRIFT;~ Tlwo Frenichmilitary arme los thei Alve a coupl of days Thlle ,sub com mittee a report on'i closer settle menit is one of con demnation. Openiing day of the diick season 'in NS/Wfound the biids power ful butwild If aSlte election takes ac before October the new rolls will n ot bie ready 'Ifhe majority 6f the laborers on ing Gleorges estates receive 2s0 to 26s weekly Russian sihip building yards are saidto hie under the domination ofthle Germanris. 2 The American Naval Secretary stat8s that uiiddoubtedly an armoii r niate truist exists ' The natural'increase of :popula tion:ini:- the metropolsis :iaboutV 20,000 per: annum. A new moto tirain broke dowln ,efore ift had :travelled: 20 .miles oiut ofMellbourne.;t '·:-;;:: :British Parliamentariani con sider Melbourne "'nearer :to Loni don-: than Edinburgh-.-I : SThe eteaimer Moa, with a cargo f' b enzine and kerosene,destrbyed by-fire. No lives :losti, ::,. :iThe: new:]S tate:G?vernor,: Sir a:A?, pier on 23rd February....

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SCRIPTURE STUDIES. RESCUED FROM THE CURSE OF GOD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 February 1914

SCRIPTURE STUDIES. ESCUED FROM T.- CE UR5 S OF GOD. , BY PASTOR'RUSSELL Stxt: "There shall be no-more curae." IRev. maxii. :3. " We are emeriing iromn a horrible anight. mare'of delusion. The shackles of super. stition are breaking from our minds. Oar forefathers, under the threat that to doubt the creeds was to be damned, feired to think for themselves. Satan helped not only to make our creeds, but to manacle us to them 'by direful threats.' Well may we praise God for the dawning light--of the new day, which is bringing us spiritual bless'ngs, even as it is showering upon us temporal advantages such as the world never'bofore knew. Freedom to think transcends ail physical liberties. Truly,, "bhe liberty wherewith Christ makes.free" is the great boon of S God to man.. In liroportion as it has bee. received, there is joy; otherwise, there is i: dscontcnt, groaning, pain. God's curse, as set forth by the creeds, consigns the whole world to eterpal tor. ture, except as any should be so ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 February 1914

:M'Car-tin & Co Leongatha. ::Sheep and Cattle Salesmen,: S Stock, Station, Land & Financial Agents. CATTLE SALES, 1914. Leongat a. .Korumb'ia Thurse riday February ... 5 19 ... 13 27 March .13 27 April .. 2 16 30 2::4:: May . 14 28 -..:822 -- -June: . ..11-25 .. 519 : July :.97 23 3 1731 August ?...: 6 20 - ...::14 28:. September:.. 3 17 . 11 25 - October . 1... :1 15 :29 :-9 23. November- ... 12 26; - .i- 6 20, December ... 10 24" 4 18 Denotes First Sale. SAgents fo' Sun fire Office ; -Colonial Mutual Life; National Trustees, Exeu' tars and Agency Co. - Head office, Leongatha. Branch office Korumburra. I...,: : Loans Negotiated. Phone 28; Le6ngitl;a. OUR NEXT SALE ON THURSDAY, 19TH FEB. MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF S DAIRY FARM. ALLAMBEE. Thuidbiy, Feb. 19th, 1914;: .At 12.3d0 o' lock.? jMcCOARTIN & CO.; have received in L.-ei structions from the Mortgagees to sell"by auction on the above date,at the Commercial Hotel, Leoneatha All that piece of LAND known as Svenson...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 February 1914

FIRE' \ F"IRE ! CRAIG S NEWS *AGENCY TEMI PORARY- PREMISlES tIN' 'ShELL'S BUILDIhKGS;g -~~ EW.: Stock 'Stationery Con S ' -feotionery and SchooLBooks to hand, together wi~th our usuai 'upply of Newspaplers and Maga zines. 'Tickets for Eight Hours' and Druids'-.Art U-nions. . / ( : Do You Want Good Value For Your Money ? .PRICES RIGHT. IF SO, CALL ON T H. COCHRA.N, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) LA...TE R, H, SIMION, / ....PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, U'OR the Following Lines :-TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and all Iron JL' Work in connection with Houses and.Farms. Windmills supplied and erected. Dairy Utensils manufactured on the premises. Cycles new and second hand), Cash or 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; and S:BEWARAGE CONNECT...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 February 1914

PERSONAL. . Mr Jas.: O'Toole met with a painful accident on Tuesday last He: was delivering orders in the town ii a: spring cart,; and the horse started when be was hold ing tfeiis at the rens e back of the vehicle; In .illing the horse lup he fell, and the cart passed0 over one. leg, rupturing an' artery Medical aid w:as summind ried; and he :is now projgressitng favorabll towards recovery yMr:i.i M ogg thie crsetary of the ILeongat a Cricket Cliu re ceived ?ainful inijuries fromima aiill iii: the' cbricket field o? the recrea, tion reserve on Wednesday aifter noon.. --He :iwas ii the "outfield, iwhen the ball strubck hii ~ in the abdomten in ithe region6 where ani operatibn- lihad been: iperforined several moiithisl back for appendi: coitis. :-He was :takenri to the docdtor, ihen .it was foun d :thit the .blow: was: spomewhat -serious,: and he.: is how confinedi to his room.; . - -

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 February 1914

To' put men on the land and :to afford them no adequiate mieans of reaching the market is ;a .re fined form 'of cruelty. A selector who takea upr a back bloclk may work.heroically only to find that all.the profit which should beI his is lost because he has neither.rail way nor -passable - roads; His land may be rich, his yield may be abundant, -,market:::prices -may be high, .ad yet almost the whole may be useless to him because he has to take the lightest -,of loads over the -orst of tracks.. In two respects at least -the- Liberal Party has' done good ::work; and proposes to do still better work as regards this matter of commhnii cation. .It' appointed *a .Rail ways Standing Committee. Some twenty years ago there was' a scandalous bribery of constituen cies by the 1 construction'of lines, some. of which were obviously useless, both in the.city and in the country miles of rails that were laid:. in hthoseo days: of financial insanity have been .allowed, to rust. Then there came a per...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 February 1914

? + ? .. Lost Cattle. TL· -OST from paddock near Bollom'e, 6 nI,. 2-year-old STEERS, branded C near rump; mostly red eand white; bo~uht at Dollar. Reward upon infor ati iniiton leading to recovery. J. E. LEES, Tarwin Lower. D. BOAG, Dollar, ONE ~NIGI I ONLY. Misd His Clev Cto "pany. Mis ennie Ores, Duettist B1 laist anid Sketch Artiste; Miss Gertruide Sumi mherbhayes, Olever Solo Violinist, Miss Ruby Groves, 'Brilliant Sopraoio Mr A. Bartleman, Eminenit Baritoine. The Cres in Come~dySketches, SANDY'S COURTSHIP "AND THE PROPOSAL. POPULAR PRICES-2s and s.- >e :: sere . Booking at Fo.d's. I I.SHARPEI Mainager. LEONGATHA MECHANICS. INSTITUTE. = Thur-,-sdaay 12th February./?:? Pi;ncture fifltertall1 efltrt!/i : In aid of the funds of the Institute. Ruitwro' iestar Psoatu:Sbreso~:Mr Admission, is 6d arid 1s. o L. BRUMLEY, Secretary pRELIMINARY - - .ANNOUNCEMIENT COMING. Madame Lena oicn (Co.i AUSTRALIA'S NIGHTIN GALE -ME ENIYAN, S.Friday,. March h.13th. LEONGAT'HA HALL. - Friday, 20th ...

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SHOW DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 February 1914

olowing. are the dates" fr:the -annualis owsin 1914.: Winthaggi, Wednesday, February 4 :-:' Lane Lang, Wednesday, February 11;: :- ' .K(orumburra, Wednesday, 'February i.-. \Leongatha, Wednesday, February 25 : 'Foster, Wednesday, March 4th:. ': Bin:?:::: i ip, Wednesday, March 11. F or .-22 consecutive days tlih; :: co nsumptibn of water :in, 'the -; . metropolis averaged 56,-; million gallons per day. SThe Minister for Externali A'iAffairs has spent a lot:of tfime Strying to formulate a railway. '":'2 pol icy for the Territory.: : SThe Statist complains that ,. ' simply pure indifference " pre - vents people supplying figures as vi A ·'-to cost of living.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 February 1914

CYCLING. .. :Entries forthel0-riileroad raceifn conne ; ci'otiif€onr itth ithe newly-formed February ,close wvithT; theli 6 re. : :i:tay on dh-:the 11th instant- :-As thefe are 'a fair numriber. of biid ' ding cyclists :-in "the -town and distrioct, the entry for the initial race in connection with the: club b. should be a satisfactory one.

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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 February 1914

SSPORT AND PASTIME. '::Th following- electibn nay be near the mark: for the races at SWilliamstownito 'morrow: ..... :."i-. 1 "HURI -LE ACE_: ^ :-.' - Portlock 1. :- Comrinmoealtn'; 2--....i ,. . .EIinch -J . - A . 3: TWO-YEAROLD HANDICAP j.Ruda Naxberry' .. : . 2 L' : ady Cantalae 3:...; . 3,'-' : TRUGANINI HANDICAP . 'Pearl King,. . . 1 BlackPanri .:' 2 Coolamatong " .3 S - WELTER PLATE. - 'Gold Brew .. .. 1 Tofua . .. 2 Pinkerton .-; .. 3 -WELTER PURSE.1. : Lundoyrie .. -.; Poldook i . .. . -'Noble Borinie . :JUMPERS 'FLAT. .:J ro niatus: 1' ' : . SMIerry:Monrch .. 2 The Majestic Nut .. 3

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Leongatha Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 February 1914

Leongatha Teiephone : Exchange. Following rethe :numbers and ainaes of subscribers : 1. Shire of Woorayl Office. 2. .Butter Factory, and manager's . residence. : 3. Co- operative Society's Store. 4"" W. G Walkeri:storekeeper . . : .Peck & Sons, auctioneers. :-.6 J. M;: Molloy, ch-emist: -:.-7. P. Johnson, butdcher: - : ::: :.;- *8S Di Howden, physician.: 9 Nurse'Morrisl private hosplital S 10' ILardnier & Co. ironmongers. : 11. Colvin.& Co., drapers. S :-12. A: E. Edney, stoi'ekeeper " :: 132 Rossiter &; Co, STAR-Office. 1 '4. Pearce &Jfariatt, butchers 1 5. MIaddeirn,Commercial Hotel ::: I.6i Neal Bros., stoirekeepers. 17. R. Bair, Otago Hotel. 18. E. Manders- agent. : 19. Nurse Good, private hospitall.: 20. Rev. P. J. Coyne,Presbytery. 21. J .W. Rumpf, private residence 2 :-J. McFarlane, coachbuilder. : 23. :E.McNamara, baker.::/. 2. . H; Kelly, undertakeri . :-: :25. Jno. Lardner,private`residenc. ::.::: 26. Dr Pern, physician..: 27 E. A Co...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 February 1914

,CRICKET..i Neal's and Lardner's teams mekt on .Wednesday afternoon, when Victory rested with theformer by five wickets. -Scores: LARDNER'S TEAM. SLardner, b Cain.. .. .94 Broadbent, b Cotter..; .:. 22 Cole, b Cotter . ... .:·.. O - Gregory c cb:Cotter 1 Mogg, b Cotter : ... . 2 Marshall. c, b Griggas ... 10 Pearce, bCotter .. . 0 Tarrant, b Cain ...- ... 0 Dow, not out ,. 1 -. Chester, b Cain ... ...' O -- . Sundries .: .. . ..13 1431 ,- .Bowling.-Cain 3 wickets for 53 runs,'Cotter 5 for 58; Schloles 0 for 14, Griggs.1 for :!2. , * NEAL'S TEAM. R. de C. Shaw, b Tarrant .: .,.. 0 Cain,?,:b Lardner ... .. 15 Scholes, , ,b Tarratult ..33 R. M. Shaw, b Gregory ... 32 Neal, b Lardner .... ... 17 Brumleynbt out ... /... 37 SGriggs, not out ...-. ... 0 Sundries: "... . 12 Five'wickets for: --:.. 146 Bowling.--Lardner 2 wickets fori 42 runs, Tarrant 2 for 41,. Broadbent 0 :-for 8` Gregory 1 for rThe gfollbwing team will *re iresent-LEcongatha in the match - - at Tarwin Lower onSatuiday, - ...

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TARWIN LOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 February 1914

.. The. a naunual??.ogregatinal mee fg, of the Tarwin> :Lower Prbyterianh.Chirch i::was hel:d on Monday-J nhigt h-(Mrt Fletcher ?·?n the chair). .The 'usualzmonoto?, of such .meetings was relieved by bsongs-from Misses Sinclair anid Dunistan, the chairman, "and a gentleman whose name .was not given; Messrs Hay McDowell and Hazilett. It was decided to open a:fresh. preaching station at the Trtwin Lower school, and :the committee was enlarged from 10 i? 12 to take in that district. Mris M4cGregor Black and Mr Vale were elecited to the Federal com mittee with instructions to bring forward the matter of building a manse at Tarwin Lower, Two inspectors from/ the Fisheries Department, " from in formation received," visited here last week, and were successful in catching two local residents in the act of catching fish with a net, The sequel to this will be a case at the Leongatha.court be fore the police magistrate this month.

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District News. MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 February 1914

District News. M9EENIYAN. A meeting of the Sclhodl Corni mittee was; held on; Friday: even iig last 'w henl the chidf busriness disbussed was the advisability of: holding a scho6ol picnic.- It wais decided to. hiold the ,picnic on Friday, 27th Febriuaryi, when an excuirsionitrairi will-iu nfroi Fish Creel to Kilcunda, stopping at Boys I.Biffalo Creek, Stony.Creek, Meeniiyan, Tarwin, IKodnwarra anid ieorngathathience running expiress to the pichic ground: -.-. -The Meeniyan Shold; Com mittee have. decided to hold: a coiiceift on Friday evening,-20 th Felbruary in; :aitd of -the. sloytd room aiind a :liumiper -liouse is:. ex pected. Ai very l;argely ate6iided meetina of the sports committee wais1h'eld on:Saturday !eveninig last," whein a laige- amounit.:of busihess: :was transacted. Tihe sports o nthe 25th .March. .shbuld b:.ie a huge success, jud ging ::by ; the :i'iterest takeni in thiei.?i by the commriiittee. A sub-cdimnitiittee consistitig: of Mess rs':: J: ..L?ees, F : Healy;": ...

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Log Chopping. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 February 1914

7· Log Chopping. ..The: !'North Queensland Regis ter,' published at Towiisville, con .tains the following account of log-chopping competitions held atr Yungabiurra and Malanda (Qdeensland) on Boxing - Day. The :Kenniy Bros:,: sons of Mr J;AL. IKenny, :-.of Koorooman, were most successful competitors. These young men were well known and expert axemen when in this district,-.and. their success in Queensland'is not surprisiig: At. Malanda, the main interest centred in the "handicap wood chop, where the.best axemen of the district, perhaps the best axe men-in. Queensland, had gathered to contest for a first prize of £40, second- £7, and thirdI £3. This event caiised considerable excite ment, as all- the axemen- had their supporters to barrack for them. Eight men entered the lists, and the public, were fenced off with barbed wire. The limit man had forty secondsstairt from the scratci man (Peter Kenny), and when the Atarter calldd ".Get ready'-' seven men niounited their blocks, :for it ...

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MELBOURNE. THE STATE LEGISLATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 February 1914

ME;LBOURNE.r ::. FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. THE: STATE LEGISLATURE. OiUSThere "h.asoduringl h0er past 'few d-ays ben nothinrs in heStatt Leglaturie calinif?for st-eoial notice, oWor g in ibothi Chanibers ias gione? sita'disly an?i':- quietly long. A compromise was ar rived 'at by the oiberal Partyin:We ciu~ci;s assembled ov::a er.a - t'he Workes' Compensation Billi This was noftaltogetlier acceptable to the whole of the Coun trr;yfPr ty, ten o-f whom voted againist the secondlreading of the Bill The GoEivernment bad hwiilever 46 memiibersh with themn Ini the country districts the mo~st imn portant feature of the week's wolk was the lpassing of Loan Expenditure Bills the steheiduiles of- whidh provided large sums for the" obnsistrtionon of new: water works and railways iin :various partsof the': State. The Treasurer has siince given the assurance that these works will be pushed on with::at once;. Mr Watt added :tlihat :thbe. Government :intendi to prd~ove praiactically tht it had not "p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 February 1914

i:::i:: Pioneer Saddlery. . FIELD Desires to announce V V * thit he has I urchased the SADDLERY BUSINESS carried on by Mn-G. A. SAYERS during the past 14 years, and hopes for a continuance of the liberal support accorded to his S predecessor. The proprietor has beeu employed by Mr Sayers during the past 12 months which is a guarantee that he is a con petent tradesman in all branches. All Saddlery requisites kept in stock Repairs a Specialty. Horsehair bought in any quantity. Highest price given. MOTHER'S FRIEND Pedic Pomade. for the head. Strikes Infesting Vermin Dead. One application destroys vermnin,kills lilts, heals sores, tures ringworm,nad makes the hair grow thick, trongand curly. Also for vermin on pigs, pjul try, cattle, and horses, J. Mi. MOLLOY, Leon,,gathln, and Ii. JAcoBS, Toora, sell Pedic, ls, 28, 3s lid, and packed with nit comb, Gd more. M Kiiiee ns FANCY GOODS EMPORIUI1E N EWS AGENT, TOBACCO : NIST STATIONER,i &c. -A Choice selection of Bifthday andjWedding...

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