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TREATMENT FOR BOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 February 1914
TREATMENT FOR BOTS. : -The following treatment has been -. tested on a largoe number of animals , and proved succesful by the United States Department of. Agriculture. It is said that it will remove bots to ,.. :within twenty-four, to forty-eiglit . hours. The day preceding the treat ::'.,·, ,menta small amount of ihaly, and a m'niodeiratneaniount of oats are:given: in: tliheo morni g. n :the evening food is - ' itheld" ,aind a purgativoe given: - " -rbadoes aloes, 1 oz. Of raw liniseCd oil, 1. pint. The day' of the :.ti-eat S-- ' -ment, at six o'olock in the morning, . give three drams of carboan -bisulpllhide, m a gelatine'capsule at seven o'clock, . r~peat time dose in the same manner.. - nd4 at eight o'clock girt the.third and last dose, making :in all nine idrans of caiboan souiphido in three gel I-- itino capsiules - Tlio above treatment-is for the -adult. :::hrse.:: :For a yearling colt, half the -i:: :---rehtment of carbon h::bisulliido ,used: -:fdir a?mature horse i-ill giv...
REMARKABLE FRAUDS. A FAMILY CHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 February 1914
HEMARiKABLEE FRAUDS Iteia.. rk'ible evidencd: was given, at, oi " ournemoUth (Englaid) receihtly whein i--bic'\Vsy,- a' retired outcher, and:his wifre 6iiiddautgter, Elizabeth and Flo-Ie - eeen Louisa Way, wiere charged withl obretiin lug £800 by. false pretences from. 'iis. -Annie Maria Wheeler and an otliher ::?,s S. Pearce for the Treasury, sniai:Miss Way first.obtained 30/ from Ml?s. ??Wheeler for exahnminition tees in m .Jdiui ry 1911. This was followed:by " thler .smaill advrances. -Afterwards . -aoe showMed Mrs. :Wheler two letters ipuri~ioting to come from Lindon firms, . nie of whioh informed her that she had -on a £50 prize for her march, "Hilbernia," and the other tha't die was enititled to a £J00 prize. Anbther documiest purported to be the report of .' musical syndicate, and stated that Miss: Way was entitled to six and a quirter millions of nioney. In i:l £808 was advanced by Mrs; Iheelor, partly in- binknotes, Wiith som, of which, said counsel, Way :madi paid the rent...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 February 1914
Leongath I. OR, Tenit 375 3 As GAND CONCERT -Willb beld in the SIIow ihN Therdnesday, lth:v February, Adt I8ipddliMight. T :lj-·.~IJoKETS: SIXPiENOE. A Thort Sports Prigramm e L'~;EONGATI-TA MEOHAN':MEC~BICIOS dThursdayi 1th iFebrua 1y. Iaid fthe ::funids o].f the TIi;wo 'Star Pi~ctl~res~ -': O.LI. BRUML1EY, Secretary. Entries Close Wedniesday, Februay 8t Entry For"ms andPrize -Lists from T.MGIlBSOR, - *Secr-etary. GREAT-SOUTHERN A. & P. - SOCIETY. - FOstER. SHOWDAY. Wednlsda March 4 1914 Entries close Wedrnesday Feb 25th 1914 Late entries 8aturda Feb 28th 1914 HOT WTER FREE ' Grand Chncert At Night D. W WITTONff S ecretary. ( ·:-Meenlyan: Mechanics'..: - . I:: &lt; : nstitute.: . - THIE ANNUAL MEETING of Sub :I: scribers tb the Meeniyan Mechanics' Institute andFree Library wvill he held on SATURDAY, 14th February 1914; at 8 :p.m. Business:. Adoption of Balance-sheet. : u£? hal Election ofOticers. - ral. - 4nq?n ru bscriptions are now due S' e l oy order. o .. ..c . ...
JAPAN'S NEW WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 February 1914
'.; JAPAN'S [iEW WOMENi . Chief Yamamoto, of the T.ckio De teotive Bureau, is greatly .roncerned .at the tendency among Japanese. weo men to free themselhes from the shac kels of convention, and he has warned them in an official commudiica'icn of the dire consequences of following the lead of advanced members of their sex. "The modern education of Wcmms:" he says, "seems to me defective in the promotion of womanlyv virtues, with the result that the time honored ideal of wromen to be good mothers mcd wiso wives has lost its authority. There are large numbers of young womnen who clamour for their rights and free dom to oppress men. Men and we-. men are born differently, and women cannot beat mencm in ijitellectual and physical power. In Japaln the sphexes of activity for men and women are definitely fixed. Men have to work out, and women have to keep house. Now women would ltke to work out, and imitate mun in nmotoring, in mnak ing speeches, and even in de:manding freedom in morals. '...
SPECTRES THAT STOLE MONEY. SAVINGS CARRIED OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 February 1914
SPE?TRES THAT STOLE MONEaY. SAVINGS OARRIED OFF. The way in which a French family of farmers called on "spirits" to aid them in an attempt to avoid payigng the rent is causing some amusement in Paris. Twl brothers, named Guitton, occu pied, with their wires and children, a small farm near Siuint-Amand. - One day they told their neighbors of in visible hands, which upset their flower pots and disarranged their gardens. Mime. Guitton, the Younger, said, too, that by night she had seen through her window two black men-or demous who walked up and dlown, easting cur ses at the house. It was discovered on the next day that the family's whole savings had dis:lppeared. Appeal was made to the priest and to the police. But nieither: thle Latin of the one nor the vigilance of Ihe other (says the "Matin") could throw light upon the matter for the moment. Enqhiries were continued, by the police?and the "stolen" money rwans found under a staircase, where the brothers Guitton "ad hidden it. A lazy...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 February 1914
GRIOKET.. On the Leongatia Recreation Reserve. to-lhorrow, the teams to meet are Bond's and Neal's. Fol lowing are the players chosej : Bond, Mesley, Nelson, Grant, N. Munro, Richards, O'Meara, Begg, Fletcher, Brumley, Leight, Edney. -Neal, Shaw (2), Cain, Scholes, Brumley, Cotter, Prout, Griiggs, Nickless, Cahill, Horne. On Saturday, 31st ult., Tarwin Lower cricket team met repre sentatives of the Wonthaggi club atInverloch. Play started, at 11. The. scoring was slow owing to the outfield. Tarwin won by 111 runs. Scores were-o TARWIN. W Cahill,: Giles.: - .. 27 "W.1 Secomb Ihwb?., Wells... M. Black, c MoCrimn mon .. 97 - E. Thomas, cMcM rimmon 10 v W: Cashin, Duff -17 J. peWilloughby, b Wells i2:i ? :.. I3 J.Lees, c and b Moorimmon 10 H H.Macdowell, run out . 4 iI Walkers b Gilesak i.. O -F. Newberry runout 0O 3 Je Wollard. not out 0 .re Sundries i. .. 11 184 STATE MINE. iAndrews, b Macdowell ..11 SRodgers, b Macdow.elI . 9 Munro, b McDowell 9... - Wells,,baLees .. ... 10 T Duff, L...
District News. MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 February 1914
District News. MEENIYAN. The first ordinary meeting of the newly forined Meenivan Dis trict Branch-of the A.N.d;-was held in the Mechanics Hall.. 0n the 3rd.inst. Judging from the attendance, members are taking a keen interest in the lodge, and a syllabus for the coming -months which has been arranged, provides for many enjoyable as well as in structive evenings for members. This will serve a useful purpose, for the need of some such association has been long felt. It is intended that visits will be ex changed . between this and Le'ongatha and otherbranches for debates, &0. The monthly committee meeting of the Meeniyan Centre of-the Bush Nursing Association was held on the 5th inst. The newly installed nurse was present, and was welcomed by-the committee. Nurse Backhouse has been for the past two years the Bush Nurse at Panmure centre, in the Western -District, and has hada wide and useful- experience of.this class of nursing. She will reside at Dum balk instead:of Meeniyan,...
CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 February 1914
cYdLING = Atna meetinii g ote% Leongatha club onriSatuiirday last the prizes for the road race were allotted: Firs prize, gold meidal, valuie at guinea, seconid:prizeosilver mtedal value 7s 6d . gold miedal of the value.i of ilSs is :to be :giviefi f?r fastesttimie. The distance to be covered isSEt e? fils .~.: ies for theentol:seot :edneidiireaay.iA nuinber ofentries are already in Ihald:'~ ~~~::ll
TARWIN LOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 February 1914
A team of Tarwinl cricketers jouIneyed to Waratah Bay on Siaturday, 31stIt , to playthe Sretuiri?maitch- against thliat obi. ... Thie Tarwin boys iwere in stron force; and iwere accompaied by: sevral ladi:esi:The iii'atch?which was thloroughly enjoyed biy all; - e:s:ulted ki a w:inr? for Waatahliy alout50uns: 5u ar&atah foll hadi de. :.:-. teraified: thiat the visitis8n :;:-. thiipaaticular:. occasibni? sliohild S:•;en-:of]joy?thieisdliest. A social even :-.:: ng bad lbeen- arranged, and With. si adngin d danicing the evening ::s;:i:.?! d a. a oli lto :soon. Boats also wi6:ere, ? at their':disposal next morn ing The lime burners were most .li~· aritious;-tha~tthe visitors should id:: o?t?e'?ourn ihome without a supply of fisb To the gents was due r ? e??:; irvi·c-tory at cricket and the :' easan~: ? t 7ilsn trip on the bay; but the i~:?ladie?imiust he complimented upon tei-:ii ciatering and the part they plaed ini the enterlaining of the ? Th? waterplane in which an a f?t:??...
FAIRBANK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 February 1914
iT=\ FAIRBANK meeing of QubibbW crktiio teM c Shanics institute ias hield ini the hal The hi.] mcce sheet piodice wasst matatSfdactoi y wiis n ai : griea nciease i -the. revenoe Du tlite yeari ' new flooia and porch have been addled to the h m1] as oivl as minoi mm prioemenia The office bearers of the past 3Ci weie ibeelected :After time above meeti the shoolo committee mjet and it was decided to1hold the annual plenic on Math 13th ~to e fl etwed by a ibaillin tlhe evening inr aild of the school equipmidenit fondi A good proramime hias beenarrianged fo the picnic day
Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 February 1914
Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DES. PATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. TO Melbourne & Korumburra 7 a.m & 3.45 p.m. All stations to Port Albert ... 10.45i a.m. Leongatha- South SMon., Wed., & Fri. 11.45 a.m. Mirboo North STues. Thurs, Sat. 11 a.m. Mardan Tues., Thurs., Sat. 11 a.m. McKinnon's R.O.-- - STues., ThurS.,Sat. 11 :a.m WTheelan's R.O. Tues., Thurs., Sat. 11 la.m; Koorooman East Tues., Thuri, Sat?., 11 a.m. Mardan South Tu's., Thurs., Sat .. p 2- i Wooreen R.O. Tues., Thurs., Sat. 11;.40 a;.in. Francome's R.O.? 0 " Tues:; Thurs.s a. :.S 1140 a.m. Hogan's R.O. - . - Tues gThurs. Sat 114 a in. Mount Ecoles -Tues- & Satuiday ?? 30 p.m. Harper's Rn.O-- :: Tues.& tstuiday 1230 p m. Tarwin to Tarwin Lower::: . ind Cashins:10 loosde bag - Tues., Thurs., Sat.' " 12 non Stony Creek to-Dollar;: :-: -Fidge's: R.O;, Scott'as .- R.O. & Mirboo Stli.h: Mon.. Wed. &Fri( 12.30p Meieniyan t Dubulk.. Neiren' East, :Woorayl, : ::-Dodds...
SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 February 1914
t SMOiKEDRIFT ,Re votlutibnjin Peru. A- Pro-' t isional Goverm?e?tii appointed. SSofar the stream of immigra -tion-ithis year has beei very X attenuatedI n ata5tempt is to enmade inr s August niext to cross the ;Atlantic e in a water-plane. ;^ ': P: SFrom- a 13/-: ag of fl our?fifty 4lb loaves are made. ^At 7d these t bring in £1 9s 2d ::- :i :, s For the Whalf-year, the- Federal s land- ta "yielded £139,527; .anid Scoinage, £145,076. -,- :.., : . Great Britaine - and France ;are Sco-operatiiigto check giin-rudnning in Nortliern Africa;ii-:: :.-:?-..: t The attempt' to push the 'esti mricates th.rotugh .the State Legkis Slature last week failed. -:, . SAfter a sitting .of -37% h~ours, the'Assembly on Friday adjourned until :Tuesday (to-day).>-:- -.:.. ' .Closer:. Settlement operations are to meet'with causti comment in the House this. week.: '":: : SThe French are erecting-in the Alps a-monutmerit to.the mem'nory :of the late Captaii Scott. - ..: :The. Australian make of peinny, ...
Proposed Telephone Extension. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 February 1914
Proposed Telephone ,. SExtension. .Mr James Beninett, M.HR., has received the following letter froni. the Deputy '-Postmaster General :- t y - SAdverting : your representa tations relative to .the request- of M-r Mummery,. of Mirboo South, in connection with the desired provision of a telephonea service between: that place and Stony Creek via-Dollar,'Il eg to iniform you that the .cost, i&c., of a line would be as-follows i -.-:;::' Cost of construction... £407 0 7 -10 per cent. on, .esti . mated cost of con-.:: : struction. ; -. -:. -£40 .14 .1 Estimated - cost :of . : operating .; .-." 7. 0 Minimum required re- :.' venue per annumi... £47 14 1 Estimated revenue per .. annuni .:.. . 15 -2 11 fAnnual defioiency . .£32 11 2 Less 50 per cent ' bornie by the :D'e--. i i partment . . ...16 5 7 Estimated aunual de- :: ficiency .... . 165 SIt is' estimated- tha t-.the :-re quired revenue would Inot be ob tained. withiin i-the: .period :pre scribed by the Reglulationsl, viz :-. eig...
Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 February 1914
: Postal: informnatIon ^AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. . ETTERS Within Commionwiealth and all places inI British Em- i , . ire, per ,/ ounce : . 0- 0 1* Each additional:4ozn . :;..:O 1t POST CARDS. :: Within Comnionwealth and all places in British Em- *,. pire, singlto each .. 0 1 Reply, each half .... .'' .. .0 ~ To all other places, single..., 1 : Reply cards ... ...':0 3 NEWSPAPERS. Within Commonwealth and New Zealand, for every newspaper, up to 10lOs.:: Newspapers printed outside the Commonwealth are subject to maga zine rates of postage. . United Kingdom-N !V!. ; ceeding 8oz., eac~~'es paper ... .. Each additional 2oz .: .' -0 For transmission wlVi y - .sea per Orient and P: 0. steamers-l6oz . 1 Other places, not exceedihg 4ozs. ... . ... 0 1 Each additional 2oz. ... O. BOOKS. Within the:: Commonwealth' ; or books: printed in.i As- !:'' tralia, per 8ozs. or part ' 0ý? Piinted outside -Australia, : per 4ozs., or part thereof: 0O .To New Zealand, per 40zs. .0 1 To all other places...
SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 February 1914
SPORT AND PASTIMEi. THE TURF The following look well in for thie races at .Sandowin Parkl tod morrow Hridieii Race DinmUis and Cmmonwealth Maided Plate - Boytah :and Poppeia Victorian Club PJ~teG old ·B rew d ni Browd eaf. Victorian i Club andicapAzndelosiaand Ciider? Victoriian Club Prise Nloble Bonnile and Ostresla Welter Handicaip Dewberry and Baof Avon.- 'r
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 February 1914
-M'Cartin & Co: .. Leongatha. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen - Stock, station,jLasd &n Fibancial CATTLE SALES,1914. - Sedogatla * Kortmb rk 1·. ::, :.uu? ;Ii 8gti ...6.2 '". ..-ill. -Z.' Thurs Friday. :February,... 5 197.".":: 13 27 Mar . ch .- 15 .29-: .13 ?-7 April 2 16 30 24 ay:. ;14 28 ... 8 22 Juno . . 11 2o . 5 19 Jiily . 9 23 :. 3 17 31 :August 6 20 14 28 September J 17 .:. 11 25 -October , 1:: 15 ..29 -~ 119 -23· SNovemtiein ...... 12i 26" . "6' -20. :. December .. 10 24.-. 4 18 * Denotes First Sale. SAgents for Sun 1ire Offlice; Coionial Mutual Life; N·ational Trustees,-Execu -tars and Agency Co. - - Head office, Leongatha; Branchl ofice Korumburra. - Loans Negotiated. Phone 28, Leongatha. SOINr NEXT SALE ON TRURSDAYg19TH FEB. Mathieson & Davis, Stock and Station Agents, Sheep 'I and Cattle Salesmen. -: 5 ST. JAMES BUILDINGS, 127-1" WILLIAM STREET, MELBOURNEI A nd at Sal? ?aralgon, Mafra, Lee ga~-;;~ -tha,·nMirboo~orth, --. -:.WODOE?G & A.Y3URY,(N...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 February 1914
FIRE! FI RE ! CRAIG s NEWS AGENCY TEMPORARY ,PREMISS)0deN~ :Two Doors Froim Old Corner ~TE#- Stock Stathonery, Con fectionery and School Books to hand, together ?vith our usual. supply of Newspapers:and Maga, zines. Tickets for Eiglit Hours' and Druids' Art Unions. Do You Want Good Value For Your Money? PRICES:RIGHT. IF SO, ..CALL ON T. H. 00CH RAN, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER-MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE - . H. BIMON, PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, TOR the Following Lines:---'rANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and all Iron Work in connection with Houses and Farmns. Windmills supplied and erected. Dairy Utensils manufactured on the premises. Cycles new and second hand), OnCash or Terms. Sundries kept in stock; good assortment. Repairs of al descriptions promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and Other.nMetals) done Sewing Machinies repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. HOT and COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERATINXG, and SEWARAGE CONNECTIONS LAID ON.-Estimates G...
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 February 1914
MARKETtS. J seph Clairk 'aid Co : report haviig sold privately tlhroigh their:: Leingatha agerincy during the month of Jauary the followinig : 50: two-year heifers at. 55 inriin e springing hbeifeis iit £4.12s-. 6d- t11 do. at £4 O10s ; daily cows; spring. ing, at £4, £4 5SIA j815 s, £6s 1 0ss and £8 12s (6d six fat heifers at .£5 los :id ;'tore cows £2 l0s to£3 4s;:. a line of forw'ird iondiitioned hieifers at £3 0s; yeailing hiifeis at 36s, 40 2~yri heifers ait £3 t?vo year:old steers at £21(iOs 6d. -~3-i :During a:nu a.y JosephClairke &. Co . sold,. on accoiiunt .oft Mi Hun 'p:?rit.of ail'ot~m?ii 21 i'sec?tion 25, townsh~i~p odf Leon~gathag aving ga· frontagte f66f-t toOgilvie s t a hsgl-satisfactoyllre. 1s on account of Mt Henry Hoppoier houe ndlad t neloc ata satisfactory figure.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 February 1914
A depuitation from the Leongatha I Mechanics Institute (Dr. Howdeh, c iessrs Kewish and Rossiter) waited upon the shire council on Friday I last, and -asked- that .a sub-com' mittee be appointed to confer with the Mechanics Institute committee regarding the erection of a building that would serve the public as a shire hall and public hall. "It was pointed out.that as the shire coun cil intended adding a new front arid offices at a cost of about £600, a scheme for- a combined building might be considered, arid the money borrowed to carry it out. This would ' iot fall heavier upon the ratepayers than: the erection of offices as-suggested, for the rent derived from the hall, etc.,,would pay the interest upon the borrowed capital. The hall, it was mentioned, was too small for present require-l ments, and if the :council could see its way clear to adopt the proposal the buildingiwould be an ornament to the town and be of betteer service to the ratepayers. The question is only inAthe embr...
Woorayl Shire Council. LEONGATHA, 6TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 February 1914
Woofay ShireCouncil. lEONGATHA 6THMEBRUARY. I-Pr-sent-Cr tcO nDo-ald a(nesi IngisJhinson, Mumnmer Doonald and Riggall. 1 . ORRESPONDENCE -,From;Departhmentof Lands& Survey, stating .thiat proposed deviatioiof;road .from Poiiid Greekito ?:-Konw.arra-enirri raohes Stoo far;onr- allotmenf 83B, parisl of ' Leonigah li A Alsj :. suggestiiug ,that:'asnialleriideviation be;sur veyed as shown' onl tracig-Re ceived. : Same, asking iwether cbncil has'an:y o~bijection -Ato bsale: of roaBds .ii parish 1' f Tarwin -in dicated- red on plan forwarded.- No objection; Same,:asking reply-t : lette:re proposed sale of ;road betweein :allotments' '.70D and :.7D; and between 77D, 77Eiand. .770, piarish "6of' Allafibeed-Ni?o'objec Same, re propsed road 'through allotmdnts 53D aind 53E, parish of Mir6boo:So ith ,Received. stating:i ?ha?- .i n : 'futfi rdi?)lai ~~n-s-n yCountry Reads Boare tnd ersati I thiat reqluiremensB of thelBi di callod.~-.Re'cived:-"; = .-?: ""--: SSritaif-r mlallingnthe ofro...