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SHOW DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 February 1914

SHOW DATES. Following are the dates for tie annual shows in 1914 :- K:--Korumburra; Wfednesday" February 18 - * Leongatha, Wednesday, Febriary 25, Foster,-Wednesday, March4th. : Bunyip, Wednesday aDrch 1". . Melbourne trms rain a :total of over six million miles in th~i half year. :An almost uninterrupted fall in the price o:f rubber,from February to . September last,? when : ,irices touched 1/11i per lb. .. Thirty thiousand Swedisli: pea ?i~ths havi?' demianid ed incr?ased armament, 30,000 Socialiists have arisen in opposition.: ': . . 1914 is here alnd youe will require diaries a~d almanacs.. We liave a good range in stock.- L. L. Smith's almanac - is always popular,. and iwe have them always in .stock. Diaries are handy to keep stock and -farm accounts. Donql forget hooks and lines for thie riiver. We have large stocks :6n hand at Ford's' Fancy Shop and Sports Depot.-GEoGE: Foso, McCartin- street. .

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. Next Date, Thurs., Feb. 26th [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 February 1914

I MARKET TRAIN SFOSTER;TO- LEONGATHAW. Next Date, Tlurs., Feb. 26 bh ~- Up - A .Mf. Foster (dep.) . 9 oHddle Range~; * . 9.19 Fish Creek 9.26 Boys . 9.84 Buffalo ... 9.40 Stony Greek ... 9.4S Meeniyan ... 9.54 Tarwvin . 10 Koonwarra . 10 8 Leongatha (arr.) . 10.30

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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FAIRBANK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 February 1914

FAIRBANK..? - : Owing ~to the date :of- inext meeting: of the:. Fairbank Debat, ing: Society falling :onthat oof the Koruinburra 'Show, -ias 1 b~ien thought advisable to postpone the debate until the Friday. night fol !owing, 20th February. The sub ject will ble--"Is smoking: detri mental to health.'? As there is important -business to be gbne through, a full: attendanhoe:: of members is requested. -

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. THE PRICE OF PROVISIONS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 February 1914

- CORRESPONDE`NOE. THEBRICE OF PROVISIONS, ALTO THE EDITOR. SIrfl- hisr snot a question as res.pectpinglhei gbi pcf-costly. living <Bread:isnimad aii sold in one of theisiu b alir t 5dper 41biloafi FlouriniSydnfey is £4 5is ipertoni yeto coutry bakers keepuipi the pric o bdand7 Meiat is sold at prohibitivel prices, yet theifarmiris get: no more for their fatistock L than theydiid hleni meatl wa retailedat half the present price Who gets the profit? Will some abler pen than mine take up thisquestion. anid let a little daylight into the: 'ost oif ordinary ling now adays.-Yours &c THE FATHER OF FIVE

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 February 1914

MKid~azil airdth~ii;estproduce aiou t ~89;0 0 'tii;:::jf';u rbie~ ier THE UP-TO-:DTE ::BOOT .MAN C *E. W. IOBN SON: The Bargain Centre of Leongatha SFor I Ladie~i , Geitlemen's & Ohildren's ..: :Boots and Shoes. And at Prices Lower than Else - where. SAnd at Prices Lower than Else where. YVe understand our Business, aid know when we are giving Sgood Value. Come and inspect the Stock which is New and Up to-date, all the Latest Designs, and bought from the Leading MIanufacturers. We guarantee you Severy satisfaction at the Noted Bargain Centre.--E.W. ROBiNson, Bair street, Leongatha. t-r:·~~ · r I. ;L '5: a:~ *1 ·, i~ :" ~I :·:~~·.· -i I;- .~ :i:·: . : j~9~qr~e~, · 1 r t. i • , . _ • - - . ; . . .. - ·~flCT0RIAN RAI LWAYS ..CHEAP EXCURSION.. FRIDAY, -27th February. To -. Melboirheb from .:.PbrtoAlb'el~t a'id:--stations. .t6 .Ldoch: ifinclsive. r Th5irsaads ,26th -Febriiary~-Fro0m. Melliourrine . to~.thoose s?s tations I Tickets close noon, 25th February Particu?ars 'at station...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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A UNIQUE ENGINEERING FEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 February 1914

A UNIQUE ENGINEERING FEAT. A most interesting engineering feat is at present being attempted in Switz erland at Fully-en Valais, where a hy draulic-electric installation is to be driven by the pressure of water from Lake Fully, situated over 1800 feet above the Rhone plain, where the power station vill be situated. The peculiar feature of the enterprise is the great height of the supply. The attempt has never before been made to utilise -the fall. of 1800 feet, and in technical eir eles it has been hitherto regarded as impossible. But a Lausanine engiineer, Bo. Boucher has undertaken the work with every confidence of success. The pressure is so great that'it is impossible to allow a direct flow,' according to La Technique' Moderne- which gives par ticulars. of the dnterprise. The water will flow to the valley by way of a con duit- nearly three miles in length.:, The pipes will be from- two 'feet to?-two feet six inches in 'diameter, and .the thickness: of the walls'will be from a qu...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 February 1914

IORI A- very.:su ccesisful pini??e, uider the auspi es -of the Reclhabite Frientdly: Society wvas held on the Leongatha showa groundonii biWed; nesdaylast hen there. was ,a good attendanice of 2 membefs and the pubhlic A shiortyprogrammne thelchildren were well catered for The principa? event Wastihi npennantflag racen The winnin :--rr-` ::'t)nwarra', _·· -team~is -entitled tho keep tie asouvenir in their lodge room until ilt is);:competd for i next year, or .until they ae b-te Members: offveTententered name leongatlarr, Koonwarra, Kooroo man2East, MountEccesandliE Fairhan -Ail fter a -well tstedt race, ftherKonw?rr F?eam n proed her vicitrsd Mr Joep Marshll- carrlied othesere sistaebia goo woing corn.is mthitte Thooutinigbprndmosft; oyat ble, Esa eianell a"s-hth·ei?f weathie -wasrd o all tha-could -he dvensifred I duthe? eveningamoonih lgt etcnert l w en s -pece-. -admssin t th- grun (songs) SisterS!.+abd i Wright anid MT Leongaha cBtatsBnsd. A played waselect, upon a lorryi -wre t...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Quips and Quiddites of the Man in the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 February 1914

Quips.a ndQudit' e~s ofthe: M·-: an ·in theStre -:-Somewher'e ,in the S-criptnre~r S: :there is ::a state meht to the effecte ::thaI t A-- -ll: men are :liars ;:l:It ..: doesn't. say.::: any thiigi aboutt womni.. The only exceptions-sto "i" this rile tlha i have ::eve: helieard .::::of are: George ?Washingtoni, and :: a tailor in a n eigliboring tow n. O.. ne of my o.ld s-weethearts: (the -* .- dauighter of 'an ?ditor, whihol ac. counts for itiall), once wroteiafi `:" article. on :;'.Tarradiddles." Thalit's the polite: namne: for: lie:s of all: descriptions. Now .lies .may !be classed as eithlirt pious or vwicked. (.Fish stories do not com::e udnel : either of these :headings:) There is:flte " pious fib'. told to please , somebody..: The "mild deceiver," Salso called the ' social untruth,' generally tol1d 'regarding "n :iew hats '.' :or vhen we :say- we are glad to see :somdbody nard don't .really care a d- ash.. Thie un- necessary or "'selfishllie," told - -for orine s -vanity. -Th...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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NATURE'S GERM-PROOF TINS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 February 1914

NATURE'S GERM-PROOF TINS. "Packed in germ-proot air-tight tins," runs the advertisement of a new line of preserved food. Ode of the mbst useful inventions of modern times, in deed, is that of being able to preserve fresh foods indefinitely. Like most in ventions, how-ver, it is not original. Nature was the first to invent a germ proof package. Dozens of her precious seeds-she protects fronm microbes, one of the best examples of her care being the banana. The skin of the banana is, in fact, not only proof against the attacks of .microbes, but it protects the inner pulp from insects and from the decay ing influences of the air. For that reason the banana is one of the best fruits to eat, for the chances are prac tically nil of it carrying disease germs. Many nuts, too,'are air-proof and germ proof. If you crack a nut and it is bad inside look carefully at the shell and you will find that ft hole has been bored in it by an insect~causing it to rot. Nature, too, protects many of her chi...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
South Gippsland Race Club A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 February 1914

A pUOESSFIUL MFJETIN~G cours eser da were most sucessu coie l f ill 1 B lol u horn ~;every ~standqpoint~' The -w'ath' hwas~ pefet the feld aivity in ol, afdllthgiate recep:tsdexceeded that ofelasnt yeapeillurb Theias, ngote eivhith thesuccessrin recentyeas tha oitar desrvedom but -lon'- fhefipesen wocrsioneascred b lan shou e thke pieisrgrslt% fo hchsoulfeid, spu tIe omfficals to ' eter aicotivit ysoi the i Leg:asn its popula~r~ity : _ihe ricigo IWednesday afternoon ~vas ablove :the' o' ~:~~gind;snaryandanne veiy close finshes wei:re 'v;~itness~e d : F~The' ~ d:~~~aypi~Loved. ;lmost pilease antl foij slit ~on~erniedi aiid uponiithe condi ct olfte nicetiug n lihe secret af, i Oflir 0Moronl proved fihe right hmand iithe rig p id g bienv weIll suipporFted by oice barers TRIL fSAKE R. Tdds wftl eIg-as obljiS;?ha]f-t]egi ·I -bsi weeh :.?as on :.Followln r are the resul t'~-1: r Joe, 7 7:0 Wdill)in , D aich a l's? o.?eniiai· BSoy, 86 (. :Adkinis) :2 A'T Warre's Ban i BrwnRose, 8.2' (F Sut...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 February 1914

-' -CRICKET Th ~ eongata tea eii~ Trwini Iowei ,on Saturay,-anrd s0icoed a victory after a very en joyabl gan?e? Scores .. LEONGATHA. - Bond, c, b Wollard..: : .. 16 Muiiro, lbw b Wollard -.. 10 ~M Shaw;,iot"out .... -... 68 Ri: Siaw ,b Willoughby .;. 11 Begg,;b i:Woillard.;. .." 3 Grant, c,.h Walker ... 9 Cotter,- b Walker .-. - . 1 Warfe; i .Walker ... 8 Bu"nn b Walker . ... . :Sunfdris-is ... ... 15 141 TAR::::: RWIN LOWER :. : Secomb, b Muni.o .. .: 0 Childo, cb Grant .,. ... 5 Blacko; ,MSha.w:.. c b.:S:.34 TIoias, b Grant -.. -... 10 Friend;lbw, b Cotter. ... -1 Cashin; b Cotter ... ;. 7 Lees b-Ml:Shaw ;.~:: ... 0 Willoughby, c, b Grant ... 9 Wollard. b Cotter ... : :...: 16 V'abdoweill5 Grant :::... 2 Walkerinot out . .. 0 Sundries .. .. 8 :-:Bbowlijig. Munro --wicket for 13: Cotter:3 for 33,Grnt.4 for 21, MI Shav2 f or17. The last match of the fourth Srouinid wf-as played on: the iecreation grouni:d oin:WVednesday :last, the oppoifnlg -teanms beinag those cap. amied by Messrs...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HASTENING PLANT GROWTH. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 February 1914

HASTENING PLANT GROWTH. The novw- methods: of increasing plant growth b:y artificial means, which have recently given promising results, are de pendent, in the one case, on the' light from.mercury vapour lamps, ahd 'in the other on-the use of radid-acetive matter incorporated with-the soil; The Times states that initeresting experiments re: eently carried 'out with miercury vapour lamps by Miiss : E . ..Dudgeon in :Dum fries showed thatin certain &ases seeds germinated several weekc' earlier with the aid of the. light than when grown in the natural way. The' time for ger mination uinder the influence of the ul tra-violet 'rays from-the lamp was 11 days in the case of carrots as .against 26 days when grown natuirally, while maize germiniated in eight' days instead of fifty-seven with the aid of the mer cury vapour light. Wheat, barley,"and various other-seeus were tested .and in all cases a hastening of- germination resulted. Strawberries cultivated-in the ultra-violet light'...

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Shire of Woorayl. HEALTH OFFICER'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 February 1914

Shire of WoorayI IHEALTHIOFFICER'S REPORT At ithemeeting of ithe Woorayl Shire Counici on Friday last, Dr. Howden reported as follows:- I h1iave itnsaitd the altered lahns of it19art in a pioposed huildingsin lMc· artini-street, and froiast"anitaffy intiowf:iewfind itehemsatisfjacary The old under groiiud drain is to lbe pulledup Another glazed earthenwaraedrain is to he put downiconnecting the menis uhrinals wi tte*ititte atthe rea of Birk shotel IThis will hie udr The surii face drain age ist ern ou inoth u Iowould sugs thl'hrainso thtwn genraly eIpt in: Smor sani tarystate ·iin her r stIi condition ther not at all eifficin fWed gowmps it arapid thtte cas an o 3 ii8 edf -" i islite sLo iftrtion andr obecltionaT er fu 8se quicklygthersin.w1o mane plae .reqentenhlysprthiskZ isare mnoved throischoods atstha n , aliped tof dr ioidpiilveiseinl th id e* oft fhi'iderWenesday.~i rSeoieid'toi i the 'sanbtary dept. Iti thaerefoeid wisrd that(1 the drainomst er ket fareetfro Ball ob strctome...

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MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 February 1914

MEENIYAN. A very well attended meeting, convened by Messrs P. Griffin and C. Gribben t-o form a: rifle club.here, was held on Saturday evening last,:and :adjourned until Saturday week. In.the:-:mean time all information will be ob tained and.:laid before the .meet ing. There is no dodbt that a fairly strong club will be :the out come. At a meeting of the Victobrian Bush Nursing Association, Meeni yan Centire, held h i Thursday week, it was decided: to-purchase a new jinker and a set of har ness for the new n:irse (Sister Backhouse).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 February 1914

P ?~ Pioneer Saddlery. W FIELD Desires to announce . *that he has Inurchased the SADDLERY BUSINESS carried on by M:,a:':M G. A. SAYERS during the past 14 years, and hopes for a continuance of the liberal support accorded to his predecessor. The proprietor has been employed by SMr Sayers during the past 12 months, which is a guarantee that he is a conm petent tradesman in all branches. All Saddlery requiesites kept in stock S Repairs a Specialty. Horsehair bought in any quantity. Highest price given. .i MOTHER'S FRIEND Pedic Pomade for the head. Strikes Infesting Vermin Dead. One application destroys vermnin,kills nits, heals sores, Lures ringworm,and makes the hair grow thick, strong,and curly. Also forvermnin on pigs, poul try, cattle, and horses. J. M. MOLLOY0 Leongatha, and H. JAcons, Toora, sell Pedic, is, 2s, 3s 6d, and packed with nit comb, 6d more. 4~ M,:1. Killeen's FANCY GOODS EMPORIUM XTEWS AGENT, TOBACCO NIST STATIQNER, &c. A Choice selection of Birthday andjWeddi...

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S.G. Shire Council. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 February 1914

~iiS G Shi r~e Cou ncil;'~l ~ICORRSOTEC -a Fisl Cek aw a on t ad state o ,road hiis p roer ,i skin tata cnceifed;i.ofe .e: .L wo ---. 3 MthesFish Crek aski~~ tdley:hat fioi mac"e..line : livo.ke o .oai oppositehi s plae Atitende etifo J lMoote, Hoddle Range, ire Ha, ts b deviation conti act as cincelled l- offei -to jinh to coliplete same itio specificationa foiELu Ci- Hall to attenid. a ThosChsn Iaio Stony Creek re 6?g:,.h?:Hi.';::iud ?I·.~td;h!si~hbld~ingd::.::"C!<k(!;ee·· .:?-g? coll!ei;ed foi mon:Quini reelBas?ton' deviatioin akinlg for refund of same. Ci Mfichael to atend W. - Lawsoil,0jinr Fish Cirelk i sk ning for repairs een toayd oetween.H- e rdleys~dr ?id l . :". Rn eid :ton ' ::C. Keante to attend Geol Griffini i3ffalo, dra'wing cou ciermlt ntio pu to idpassnbl.pie stuie pof ioad on h1ill at Buffalo Sony ieek road between H Lee Lewvis' *nd Bariarton's holdingsd- Ci Keane to at--" : i:-:?-?R~, :t~mn~iodj.m-"W;~h dr g~a ?{?rib gh ;jnig :"for-"·set41d~inent~ f ·fi...

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District News. KOONWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 February 1914

) isttri IctNesws.: i atrfKOONWAR.-RA: he eThe anngiversaoroy iof e Union Sini daySchool wasiclebtt~ied oii n waS.ehdl- att Mnndi andlai A; l-kod r m propltate sermons w ieres.preache Fleoh unday by Revsem W- Seamer (afternyon) anid ': C. C Fl etchijer (evening)., Solos by Miss Wilson in the afternoon were mich en-e dojoyed. The conceit oi a Monday: was well attendedr and a. good programme presented:, Rev. C Fletcher being chairaman In his report thew superintendent, (MrI Taylor) said that the school had suffered by removals. He tliought that if there could be one stronger school, a; in g other par-ts of the district, instead of two small ones, much better wborkcould be done. The -financial sitatemient was very satisfactory. _. The pro gramme was: as fhollows:- -Song, The Deathless Arra i Iy, Mr Claience Fletcher (W.A.); recita tihon, 'The New :.Minister," en-g core, ThPat and the yPig,'- Miss Trudgeon; song, "' Mary asof Argyle," encore, . Merry Sun-g shine, Miss Wilson,; dialogue,...

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SCRIPTURE STUDIES. THE GOD OF LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 February 1914

SCRIPTURE STUDIES. •l-H GOD1) OF LOVeI. IIY PASTOR RUSSELL. T'ext. "God so loved the world that He gave HIis Only legotten Son, that whoso ever belies'eth on Him should not perish, but have everlasting life" (Jolhn iii., 16). Tlhe Pastor devlared that the doctrine of total depravity is totally wrong. The like ness of God, which was perfect in Adim, ... still persists in some degree;k in all of Adam's.children, sadly fallen though they be. Apparently no one is so fallen as not to hlave some0 conception of his own de basement, and a feeling that he is justly out of touch withl his Cieator; and worthy of punishment. In every human 'breast there is a sentiment of pity, and corre spondingly an alspreciation of pity from others, with a feeling of the need of Divine ; pity . , . Mainy Clu'stihans are benevolent, -syinpa. tlidtic, ready to lend a helping hand anid to giye a word of encouragement. Many are iready to help the unt'fortunate, to sing them songs of God's love, and to place be fo...

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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 February 1914

TeAuturi racifng campaign will open.to-mprrow, afternioon, Wh"Ten. CG'lfield-will .be :the attrac tio. fo6rrac,-goers.i: The principal ini hiclih nos; of the .crack sprint er are.J enlgagedi i'idig?? , the flying -.Traquette aid the m?uchi talke o'df:Woorak, who may bdti~~ gotoIthe;posbt, though at the ti?e -of n writigr the, final accept 'iacesIf'si fth'iseventl have not been imnade&i :Thiese- two crack two year-olds ihave nrot-yet Gmet in' a race-, :'!and opinions- differ as to iwhiici ithn e .better of .the pair. SBoth ? are idoinig well o n,the track, and if they starttb-omorrow in this evento great ii terest will be taken ; in their runhing but the writer , hazards the .opinion6 that Tra qLette will prove the better. of the Stwo ?Thefield promises to-be 'a fairly large one, and the 'winner Slooks. like coming from Gold Brew, Traquette-,Woorak, Brattle, Saracefriand Widgiewa; and in placing-thei? :will name .::i : '.Traquette or ?+old Brew,.. 1' B S,:ra -tt U E'R.;le 3-'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 February 1914

M'Cartin & Co Leongatha. . - -Agents CATTLE SLES 1914 Leougatha Xorumb .r. Thurs Friday. FebruarY 5 19.1- 27 -." "March! :5 19 13 2 Api 2 216 30 2 M , ay .:'<. 14" 28? 5 22-. - 'June i 25 3 19 3 -. ---?July .:-..':9".23" 3-: 17 31 <Denotes First Sale - - -. - Augus " -."':?t;: 6"·.:.2 .:. Korumburr, . ? 9'. 23- -..': Agenmbefr Sun 1 re Of.:.e, C?olomal M ?utual Life" .National Trustees, Execui -. -:~ . ·· 'tasnd Aenyo. r LS:,.4 ". ' ... ta e Heddoffie oLe ngatha, Bran'c1< ifice Lafrs=Negotiated. rhone 28, eongatba. OTJR NEXT SALE - - ON TJJRSDAY .19TH FEB MathiesOn & L8Vis, Stockand Station Agents, Sheep = and; Cattle Salesmen S... JA. ". "=MES BUIDINGS?-- 127-H I:, ]' A. WI-LIAM STREET, "ELBq?R:- ti An ISle raralgoll, Maffii,'Lec· t gatha;-Mirb?oON?_orth , - · -.: - , as WODoEGAe & ALBURYn (N+.S.Wj :. .LEONGATHA -GATTLE.:r Thursday, FebrurY .:26th. rei Special Cattle Sale. STONY CREEK.. L SFriday, Feb.-20th, 1914. : lylBTHIES...

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