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

.. . . :- 1 , . , o. . , . " ; " - = • ? FIRE! - CRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY TEMPORARY PREMISES IN SoDo~onr Fom Ol corner, TEW Stock Stationery, Con fectioniery. and School Books to .hand, together with our usual supply.of Newspapers and Maga zines. Tickdts for Eight Hours' and Druids' Art Unions;:' Do 'You Want Good Value For Your Money'?-i. S o .. PRICES RIGHT. IF SO, CALL ON T. H. COCHRAN, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, .BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE . H. SIMON, PLUMBER and T.INSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, fiOR the Following Lines:-TAHKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and all Ironi 2 Wo6rlk in connection with Houses and Farms. Windmills supplied and erected. Dairy Utensils manufactured on the premises. Cycles new and second Shand), Cash or Terms. Sundries kept in stock; good assortment. Repairs of al descriptions promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and Other MIetals) done Sewing Machines repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. HOT and COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERATING, and SEWARA...

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

SMOKE DRIFT, i In N.S W. a State dairy is to be established to supply State insti tutions. At Newmarket on Tuesday 200 prime merino wethers sold at 21/9 per head. Arrears due by Closer Settle meaiitsettlers amount to the sum of £150,263. "Lettergrams" aie telegrams that are delivered with the ordi nary mail. SEniteric fever is fast'disappear ing before a widening knowledge of bacteria. Turkey has removed 3 admirals and 53 officers from the active service inst. The Defence Department has condenmned 2000000 rounds of ammunition The refusal of wharf laborers to wi orkovertime is greatly hamper ing shipping The loss on the State ship-build ing yard for the half-year is set down at £8013 Th Hepburn mieral springs , area now practically dry Can they be restored ?~ The Nafia b?et siuar factory sows a1los of£5242 on the alf eyears ton s '-·A drastic';~ .reorganissation 6f'th Cloes8$,er ette:tim ent branch :issaid i to be contemplatd At 1 Northcoteit e ~Depa rtment - has ibuttwo schools to s...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 February 1914

;There are .many ALiberals who fail to realise the importanceof organisationb.'; Labor a is:b. always organised; there are -.mdore than' four' hundred :thousaid : a·ldult Unioinists in :the6?ommo.onwealth' adri the vast marjority, practically the :whole; of, the U.nions: are political, bodiesi., Liberalt! orga n isation is difficult. IT b reasod?is simple, :Liberalismh stands for the freedomn of the individual. iThere is. no particular: class i:'rtrest which .binds Liberals together as Trade Unionists arefuinited by a desire to taisetheir wages :.-The supporters.. of :the -Liberal Party are draw.n fromin all classes, -to preserve- the highest traditions of the British race- A?t the ipresen t moment this qu estion of organ isatipn is of ;morethani o?dinary iinportanice:There is little-doubt. that:. the d:oublei: dissiolution is comparatively :netar . Labiiri-'vic tory in -New. South Wales has in spired it 'with the fighting spirit. A few. months, even a few weeks back: it feared: fig...

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

ARAWATA.   A party of Leongatha Re- chabites visited Arawata on Thursday week last, and held a very successful public meeting. The songs by Sister E. Wilson and Bro. Prout and recitation by Miss Trudgeon,were very well re-   ceived. Bro .Rev. W. Seamer pointed out the desirability of   joining a friendly benefit society, and the special advantages and       opportunities offered by the     Rechabite order. Several of those present expressed a desire to see a local Tent established,   and a good many questions were   asked and answered. Eventually Bro. W. Holmes was appointed to canvass for names of intending members, and communictate with the district officers one of whom   is expected to visit Arawata shortly to open the new Tent. Twelve names were given in at once and the prospects are bright for the formation of a strong tent. Last week a ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YET ANOTHER CAT STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

YET ANOTHER CAT STORY;:.: :To thee several highly:interesting-o a stories to:. which you nave already ac .orded- tlhe w:idely exteaded publicity. :i?.;our columns,- I would like .to oadd anoeher (writles a coirespoident ..:to .'.P.'s. .Weekly..) TVWhen- lying :in the Midliinds, wve hadas a household peat; afifle to'rtos?hi shell cat .which had -been. ,ith us froth' klttenihood. u.t,:: of a inumierois: yJichl of kittens, not one had .reseinbled its mpther, and while they: were 'suin; marnly disposed of, -she who had .giei them birth was retained, and kept the Iouse and premises Dclear of vermml -after several y'?ars· sh e'appeared to' be sulffering from toothaohe, evidendi of which was forthcoming:in a:swolle, lace, always on the" shme side of hte fare,: and' which ::nt~erfered : with :her pleasant facial appearance, as I- Ihve: sden the oasewitl human beings, under similar oircUmnstances. \VWhen-.Siffer ing from these attacks, -by her pitiful look up into our faces- se seemed to app...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VARIOUS USES OF OIL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

• VARIOUS USES OFOIL.?, K ;i'Every person- requires. .,certain am-, oiint of oilmin his Tfod iii order to: : be healthy. Olir ancestoiri lived to a large exHtenbt on olives;- panuts dhest nuts, hnd obther nutsoontainni~ ..oil; The present generation .iuses tob little oil ,in- its diet. This can be taken in the sliape of theo iuroe exiressed olive oil, as an emiulsified salad dressingi dr by eatihg nuts olives; etc. .It may be a sIatter of choice how the systerim gets its oil, -but a certain-amoun i:s essential to the enjoyment of good health. Thie gobd results of the habi tual use of the above articles in the diet ard soon. shoiwn, espeoially' where persons are' iiielined to indigestion and constipation. Everyone ought to'use pure olive' oil.in moderate, doses, alsdo as a diessing. for salads. -Various kirids of nuts' have :a high dietetio value, bdcauise':of the oil which tlhey contain, aid oan be iisitdtto advantage. When patiehts incline to. consumlntion, 'pliure cod livbr.'oil' ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LADY AND CHOIR BOY. WIFE'S INFATUATION [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

LADY AND CHOIR BOY. WIFE'S INFATUATION There was no defence in the case re cently heard before Sir Sainuel Evans. in which Mr Cuthbert George Dent pe tioned for a divorcd from his wife, Kate Louisa Dent, alleging her mis conduct writh William Collett, who was cited as co-respondent. Mr Watts, representing the petitioi or, said he was married m 1897.. At the end of 1910, his wife made the ac qiaintance: of-co-respondent, a youth of nineteen. One day, upon',return ing .home lie found this young man cutting the lawn grass. 'Mrs Dent said lie was one of the church choris ters. On a subsequent date Mrs Dent.. said Collett would take her to the picture palace. The petitioner pro- I tested, and she agreed not to see Col lett again. One night, however, when the . petitioner arrived home earlier than- he was expected he saw Collett leaving by the back door. Subse quently he received from Collett's land lady two letters which Mrs Dent hadr written to him, and on July 4, the following letter c...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EFFECT OF SUGAR ON CEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

EFFECT OF SUGAR ON CEMENT. That sugar in qutntities as small as one-quarter of one per cent. of the weight of the cement will completely prevent the oement from setting, and that one or two per cent. of sugar will make the cement set quickly, but will later cause it to disintegrate or break up, has been established by a series of tests conducted by a cohemical' engineer, whoie also claims that the ac tion is more pronounced n:ith some ce ments than with others. Further oex-: periments have failed to determine a curately the- cause of the pronounced action of a -small quantity of sugar upon a large quantity of cement.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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THE FLAVOR OF BUTTER INJURED BY METALS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

THE FLAVOR OF BUTTER IN JURED BY METALS. The United: states Dairy' Division has been iniTestigatipg the effect of the presence of a small amount of-iron or coplper may have on the flavor of but tar. They report that very small amounts of these metals in the cream cause certain undesirable flavors .to increase in intensity during. storage.. These flavors are often designated as I'met-:. allio," "oily,'! or '"fishy.'. Experi-: ments were: carried out using knoIwn quantities of; varying from. 1 to -600 Iparts to a million parts of. cream. Thel butter was .stored and examined at in tervhals varying from 20 to 187 days. : l'he most noticeable feature was the rapid development of bad flavors-in butter containing the iron. Butter.; made from cream which had stood in rusty cans developed a peouliar taste easily picked out. The influence of copper was even more marked than that of iron. The work shows that if cream. ls kept in rusty cans, or comes in oon tact with iron or copper during the p...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SSELLING CO.'S REPORT. . Butter-Choicest sold at is, clioice 11'4d to 11id, occasiorially i13d, good toprime 1ld, seconds 10½d :upwards; separators. .arid dairies 9%d to l0d;- and 7AT to 8d respectively. OCheese-Loaf 'Gd, meditims 53/dl.. to 6d, :ff:lots less, : semi-matured 6d to 6'Ad, matured 8d to8'8d.^ Eggs-St6i~i keepers selling at 11d :to ls, private lines Is ld,.specials uip to is 3d. Bacon-Prime light sides 10d: 'to '10d,: medium Weights 9'd, heavies lower,. middles 10 d to.lid, hams is tols id. Wheat- F.A.Q. :3s 7Yd fowls' wheat 3s 5d to 3S 5%d inferior lower." Oats--Milling ls 9'/2d to is 10d, :feed is 8'd to ils 9d for best, is 6d to ls 7d for mediim. Maize -The nominal?pirice is 4s. Potatoes-Prime? Carmans' at £4 to £4-5s green arid sunbuirit 16ta down to £2 10s. Oniions Prime Brown Spanish- £7 lOs to £7:i15s. Chaff--Prime --oaten £3 2s 6d .andri good at.£E3, lower grades 2 i12s 6id to £2 15s.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURAL CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

AGRICULTURAL CONTESTS Edsicitioa'al oaitesis ui Agricultuse and Homie Economics is the titlo-of a bullet;i isslited by the office of E-peri ment Statio6ns, U.S.A. Department of Agriculture>. G. :I; 'Christie, -Sup eirintondent of Agricultural Exteusion of Indiiana, is theo author. The bul lotin gives methods of orgaaisations and rules governing such ointests. The author states:- T-"The codntest' deo mands the actual doing of things; and thereby interests many in its individual importance. It is well for the youthb to. har or to read of things before 'be ing.done by someone else. 'From this 'they may gain much of interest and value. .However, when one performs a task for himself, putting into? it his best' thought and effort, the'results are bound to be of the greatest value ini.the knowledge ahd the personal sath isfaotion gained.in the lasting respdct for- labor required. Contests do' much to broaden the knowledge and: view point of contestants. Thie boy who takes part in a corn...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

NEELBOURNE PIG MARKET' Adamison .Strttle c Co, repri Stoies at from 28s to. 33s :otihers 22s: to 27s, suickers 12s to 16s. Poirkers.--Prime sold at from 42s to -.47s, .xtra to -50s, light from. 38s.; .Baconers.-Prime fronm 68s to 75s, 'e?tra prime 80s to? 85s, with farmers' pigs to 90s, prime mediim 6'5s- to. 68s, light and in termediate from': 50s to0,..55s? Choppers (backfatters). E-tra primie £5 10s to: £6 lOs? prime heavy £4 t.o £5, rough soits from 50supwards. - :

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

SPioneer Saddlery. T- FIELD Desires to announce V. that he has rurchased the : SADDLERY BUSINESS carried on by : M'an G. A. SAYERS during the past : 14 years, and hopes for a continuanct, S of the liberal support accorded to hi. predecessor. The proprietor has been employed by Mr Sayers 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. :BHighest price given. "T. : MOTHER'S FRIEND Pedic Pomade for the head. Strikes Infesting Vermin Dead. One application destroys vermin,kills nits, heals sores, iures ringworm,and makes the hair grow thick, strong,and curly. Also forvermin on pigs, poul try, cattle, and horses, J. M. MOLLOY, Leongatha, and H. JACOBs,Toora, sell Pedic, ls,2s, 3s 6d, and packed with nit comb, 6d more. F. W. MORRIS, Carpenter and Builder. ESIRES to announce that he is now resident in Leongatha, and hopes. to merit asfair share of pu...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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INVERLOCH. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

3 INVERLOCH.I (BY A WARRAGUL c RESIDENT) t The little townyrof Inverloch:is r situatited near ::the en trance :toin -derson's Inlet, :niine : miles: frobin SWonth aggi, an d: .twelikv* from 1 Outtrim,, and-is: connected, withl :theseplaces by dbach. -:T li&inlet r is a'.long, nar'row slie-t6f water. stretching foFr tweelv- mi[eifrori its entrance to the onibith- of the Tarwin Rtiver, an-d separaited froni: the ocean liy a oomparatively narrow tongue of- rather sandy country, nowheile. tlodrelthan?twd miles across. The :Inlet has ani area of-over 5000 :acresi:,and at high tide looks a maigiifi6ce t sheet obf water, buiit: when the tid6 goes out, how different is-the scene -.stretching awayfor?miles can: be seen great, taw n ikiid banks with fnarrow cihainels oldf blue water, shiowing outfiainist them, lookini, with the suif glinting on :themi lilk'eines oft sapphire ion a gold groindi ,i:About a mile from the:jetty ib s e.the-eiin bar.:m~ a k'ie. s:.:th0?, lj~at or::t~very=?l...

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REMEDIES FOR EAR-ACHE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

REMIEDIES FOR EAR-ACHE. . Hot applioations, such ara-l hot-water bottle, or. flanneli cloths wrung out- of hot water, and applied to the ear, will often give:: instant- relief, especially if : :-: the pain is caused by neuralgia in the S face or head. If you do not: have a Shot-water bottle, a. flannel sack filled - with hops can be used. Make a small saok of. flannel, fill it with hops, -aind dip. the bag. of.zsps jnto very-hot wa ter;,wring it out as dry as :possible, iand apply it to thie ear. . This forms a -very goed form-of moist' heat-, and ,-"if a:dry flannel cloth--is placed over -the head, covering the bag of hops, this will hold the steam and make one of: : fthe best ways there is; of steaming the ear. Of course, as the hops be c: dome cold they can be diijPed in the . hot water again. - Another methcd is to heat sal, just common table salt, ;: until it is quite hot, put it.in a flianel Sbag,- and apply to the- ear. : n-' :.-- e of this -:unpleasant features of S: .-i :- ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wheat-Growing at Longerenong College. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

Wheat-Growing at Long erenong College; -The following, is- an, extract from the principal's sessional re port for theperiod ending 31/1/14: The -results from the half-acre tests'of 20 varieties of wheat were somewhat affected :by the stor-my cohditions prevailing aftera:fe.w of the varieties were stripped The field in whlich{ .the st as con ducted w as fallowed :late,'. sohat the coiditions were not-so dgod as .they miighit have been.-- The best returns were from College Eclipse (a Souith Auistralian :wheat),30.15 bushels, Bunyip 27.9, Viking 27.3, Federation 25.2,: Yandilla .King 23.8, Bayah 23, and Firbank 22.35. In future tests the number will be reduced to about: ten of those showilng: the greatest promise. Those chosen for. the coming seasonr .are Federation,'. College Eclipse, Viking, Yaridilla King; Currawa, Wallace,'Bunyip, Dart's Imperial, and: .Warden,:: .These will be gbown? in larger areas to supply, the field, and the following .season:the seed -will be available to , f...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLEANLINESS AND THE SKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

S CLEAiLII4ESS AND THE SKIN.. The importance of cleanlines for'the healthy -performace of the functions.of life is the subject of a lecturo deliver ed at the London Institute by Profes sor Lewes, and published in Nature. We may, says P'rofessor Lewes, live for days without giving our stomach any work to do, the liver may cease action-for several days. before death ensues, but it is impossible to survive for the same length of time, if the functions of the skin are entirely stop ped. Indeed, the professor cites the case of a child which, being gilded all over to pose as a statue, died in a few hours. _The suboriferous ducts, of ehioh there are about 3500 to the square inch of skin, perform the important func tion of throwing off the moisture pro duced during the combustion of waste tissue by the oxygen of the blood, and secretes about 23 on. of perspiration in the 24 hours, which evaporates with out produoing any sensible moisture of the skin. This throwing off the persplration and i...

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

MEENIYAN. A ;-publiciB lai r 1 tnternl lecur6e jon b 'lcohol, Its M.:akinig, Its :Ue??ItUe a nd~lIts Abiuse,: w'i given'in the localHlIl-by the Rev. WI Sea mer. under the auspicesr of nItie Leo g tha Teit I.O.R.? The p1ro il6~essT:df jbili~:Iqtrft ei'oferasted i aki i di fic teatel ments-- of theleadingoscistits: of ithe fay concerninglgthe atiureff efft oie f alcohol were tho~wn on the screen, also chartsi, diagrams, eto.,; illusitrating th e subject.5 The si kei kr riig ed anyone prlifesent to criticise :the statekineintsg -.:made or ask qu e stiodibiut theire .was -ino :rei-: sponse, It was,?; decided that further steps be taliken to establlihb 'an I.ORO isib tentiiandBrosJl H B ..undell (.R) T M. arshall Railway revenueincreases for -i?? ...........8 : .Br~ap! fe; o ithe .year: Passen geirs £35 49:27, parcels £8497 goods lb;,142, live stook £35,894. - " The agerint sent t ithe Neher lands undertakes to-_ ifiin :iift: immigrants with £300o eaoh ~by September, 1915.: For the Marat...

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The Worst Cook [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

The Wors~t Cook Not only are Englishwomen the worst cooks; they are the most ex traiagant oooks. They actu'ally be lieve that there must be a certain am ouit of waste in cookery. The dust bins of London are mute witnesses ta the wicked and shameless waste that goes on in .our: kitohens.-Somotimes as I pass along the'-street and look at them in the early morning I wonder that an angry God does not visit- us with pestilence as a punishment for exhibitions of mouldy bread, sour po tatoes, ends of meat and fish in these recpthcles. Two persons - one ot them doing the cooking in a tasteful, economic manner, can have the dain tiest, most delicious and nourishing food in great variety on 10/ a week in London, even with the present high prices. - It takes thought, it takes care, it takes common sense, and It takes time. These are things the average Englishwoman refuses to give to her preparation of food, and therefore a woman of many gifts and graces in other directions, she is the worst co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

M'1 artirn & Co ,Le ngathal Sheep anid Cattle Salesmen, Stock, Station, Land & Financial Agents. , CATTLE SALES, 1914. S- ::Leongatha,. Korumbra; Thurs :.:Friday/ February ..,. 5 19.. .-13 27. March :. 5 19 :. 13 27 April ... 2 16' 30- .24 . May ... 14 2 . .. 22 June ;.. 11" 25 5 19 July ... 9 23 . ... 3 17 31 August ... 6 20 ...14 28 September ... 3' 17 --;. 11 ---:25 -: October .. i 15 29- 9 23 November .. .12 26 ... 6 20 December ... 10 24:. 4 18 SDenotes First Sale. Agents for Sun I ire Office; Colonial iMutual Life; National Trustees, Execl tars and Agency Co. Head office, Leongatha, Branchoffice Korumburra. - SLoans Negotiated. Phone 28, Leongatha. OUR NEXT SALEi ON THURSDAY. 19TH FEB. MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF DAIRY FARM. ALLAMBEE. Thursday, Feb. 19th,: 1914, At 12.30 o'clock. - M cCARTIN & CO. have received in eL structionsfrom the Mortgagees to .... : : sell by auction on the above date, at • : ._the Commercial Hotel, Leongatha-. A.:. ll ` .that piece of L...

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