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

CRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY TEMPORARY PREMISES IN S: : L: :: SNELL'S BUILDITNGS, '$7 98a~Two D'o~ors ~FrmOld Oor·-t NEW Stock Stationery, Con fectionery and Schiool Books to hand; together with our usual supply of Newspapers an'd ?Maga zines. Tickets for Eight lours' and : Druids'--Art Unions. Do You Want Good Value For Your Money? PRICES RIGHT. IF SO, CALL .ON. T. H., COCHRAN,,_ S Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) LA&TE ' . H OSI O, PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, TOR the Following Lines:--TANKS, TROUGIIS;, and BATHS, and all Iroi F Work in connection with Houses indFarnris. Windmills supplied anid erected. Dairy Utensils manufacturedon the premises. Cycles new and-second i 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. HOT and COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERATING; and, SEWARAG...

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

MARKETS a Mi~lessrs 3 M P~:~:eck & S:~ons Pty;~ i[d:report hiaving held their usuiall fortnightily sale ini their 4 Leongatb a yards on Thurs:-.day 12th inst~i ;T~hh~e_ iyardingi~: copm; prised mostly young cattle and s heep u former selling excep tionay gll -weli selllers getting well over therir~serres ve Fat :laimibs 13s4d to 14s 3d, fat ewes at 18s 6d, old crossblred ewres? (broken m0outhI fro i;5s 2d -to 9s fat cows £4 6sto £5, r gs f?springers from 5 2s 6d::to 8£65s; poddies froi i 22s: to 31s 6d Mathieson & Davis report having conduc:€nd ted their regulair fortnightly .pig' sales int heir Leongatha and -Stony GreekTipig yards on Februiary ?9th and 10th respectively AE full[ yarding of all classes :of pigs daime :forward, and ?tiere was a good attendahce of: buyers.- Almost the -whole yarding was sold .at pirices :for bacon higher, and for bacon and stores somewhat loweir thani our last report. Quotations frbom lsales are :-Bacon piigs, best .fr6oi:£3 15~ to £3...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

SEntries for the Leoneatiha show close -.to-morrow .(Wednesday), with .the secretary :(Mr T..'M. Gibson) at his office in Roughead street. There is every indication that the show will eclipse all pre vious -records,. and to achieve this itis essential that breeders of stock and growers of produce send forward liberal 'entries. Late entries will be. received tup, till Monday next, but there should be~ no delay on the part '-of those who intend to compete in filling up the necessary forms.."--.. The two star pictures .to be shown .at- the Leongatha hall on Thursday. evening -next are - " Carpentier-Wells: fight," and. ":Under the Daisies.' A number of other films will complete a good programme. The price of admis sion to these weekly entertain ments is 1/6-and 1/-. 1 The 21st annual show of the Korumrburra and District Agri cultural.and Pastoral Society will' be held on the Korunmburra show ground on Wednesday .(to-mor row). The entries total over 1780, which is the greatest num ber r...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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[?] of the English [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

4-:. theLnt iz lvi 'art ,azners o~ t~i Engish~iiro; -4 :.. I V :@ ? l I othriously . bad, :'whether they ; .- , . " the country eorin the ,t wn; but .;.lo'- not: thnik- tliat any ones class is o---_ " vorse than: another; On the whole, -' - I aml iiiclined to agieo with Mr. Ste phen Reynolds and with Mr. Chester todn, that the poor are more ceremonial and courteous than the rich. They are not, it is true, gifted with the gra ciousness of the Spaniard or.the Bre ton peasant. English mechanics or labourers do hot struggle with: their. bag of tools held. in their hanids, in order to. take off their cap to their .fellow-worker and to bid him "good morning," as one sees workmen do on . the Danish highroad. Nor can they refuse a tip-a rare occurrence, I ad mit-with the graoiousness of the Freinch workmen who helped -Steven son' ivith his canoe on his Inland Voy age.-F. E. Green, in the "Millgate A -FALSE Siandard of Efficiency. ..: To take ihe Olympio Games seri ously--which is, whether w...

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

LEONGATHk.. 9 MECHANIOS. -INSTITUTE. Thursday,_19th February Pitue ftertalngi~m~ ltt-1 Iin ?idof -the funds of he Institut . - Two Star Pitures Carpentie Wells (Fight, Inc' :: oluding theiLife of: Carpentier (1000ft). U: .. -nder The Daisies..".: And Comic and ceniico A-dmisioni, is 6d and is C. L. BRUMLEY, Secretary. SLeongithal Show. : Wednesday, February 25. DON'T FORGET Entrie Close i -:: ,W E: D. N, E- S D -Ai - ," -.Late-Entries Satur dy:--? 'k-GAND ONCER~Ti~~~ In the evening. Best talent available engaged.: A Night Brimfull of Humorbus : _ Items. 1. To prevent disappointment itis c advisable to ibook reserved seal~s. Box Plan at Ford's. : T. M:. GIBSOl, : Secretary. GREAT SOUTHERN A.- & P.: SOCIETY. 'FOSTER. - SHOW DAY. -: 0 Wedneiday, March 4:, 1914. Entries close Wednesday, Feb. A 25th, 1914. Late enfries Saturday, . Feb. 28th, 1914. " SPECIAL TRAINS Leaving Korumburra 8 a.m., ar riving Foster 9.50, returning 7.30 p.m. Leaving Alberton 8 a.m., tr arriving .Foster 9....

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Road at Allambee. SAGASSER BROS'. OUTLET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

Road at Allambee. SAGASSER BROS'. OUTLET. :i:On Friday, as promised a depu- ::·; tation at the 'council-meeting on: . the 6thi instant," Cris Johnsoin .. : Coiilter Riggall, and. the Shire. secretary (Mr Michael), -and ent- ' gineer (.Mr Gray) travelled to the : Cross -Roatds at ~llambee> and were met by Messrs J.. W. and H. - M Griggss.- Satisfactory arrange maJnts were: made with these set tlers re further road deviations re quired under thde Country Roads Board's work. The party then wentg on- at the invitation of the Westi':Tarwin -Progress Associa tion to: Mr W. G -Brown's 'resi dence. with the -:object of inspect ing the. outlet '-known 'as Sagas ser's. : The proposed road is from Benson's, throiugh.Mr ~A.- J Hall's block, to the main Warragul road. The Sagasser Bros have been 23 years.in the district, and have to depend. upon the generosity of their neighbors for an outlet up a grade of 1ft in 6ft and 1 in 9 to the main road.-- The council was not in a position to finance ...

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

CYCLING Folowing are tehnicaps for th 0 mie rod raoae to take plae 4to morrow (Wednesdaiy) The race will stiart aft 4o lock at Berry s Creeik, finishinig at Camp t?iell's :bllacksimkith s.: shop ?-,W. Iarcotmbe scratch, J. Fordl inm i E'. Gw.ytiher:l 1, C. McGee aiid W; Smili 1/,- R.Spargo,.-G. Ford,-.F. W:ilsoni I Dalliston .2, T. Radburn arid A.:Osbern 38?, It is asserted that sportsmen wounding birds iii slihooting com etitiois .are- liablo under.: the Cruelty o Animals Act.: 72

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

SHOW DATES. Following areheh da tes: for the annual shows in 1914 - .Korumburra, W:Vednesday, February 18 . : . Lepngatha, Wednesdayr February 25. Foster, Wednesday, Miri;h 4th.: •. SBunyip; W~dnesday, 'March 11.? - Another ritual murder case has arisen in Russia .. The Colonial Office was. offi cialily notified of the Randf deport ations when .it. was too 6.late to intervene. , The Meihourne AthenEum, founded 75 ·years ago, <is the original Mechanics' Institute of Victoria - Mail siervice's in '-the o rthern Territory are most unsatisfactory Each Department blames *the others.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. Next Date, Thurs., Feb. 26th [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

- MARKET. TRAIN FOSTRiI TO LEONGATHA. Next -Date, Thurs..Si Feb; 26tir . .Up : A.M. -Foster (daep.) .-.. 9 Hoddle Range ::.... :: 9.19 Fish Creek .--: .. ' ,· 9.26 Boys .: -- 9.34 Buffalo 9.40 ..Stony Creek :: 9:4? 49 Meengyanha (9.. 54. Tarwin - - ... 101 Koonwairr' i- . 10.8 Leongatha (arr.) .. 10.30

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ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

SI.:i- ANNIVERSARY; .I:; 5i ' Th'e Methodist Sunday Shoob a celebrated its 'tweity-ihird anni e versary on Sunday arid :Tuesday last. Weatl~her :conditions were 1 perfect; anrid:: bdtih services .and o concert eideeded all past records - of the school.:; As usual' a pleasing feature of the Sunday , services was the singing of -the Sschbolars. -The hymns.were chosen , from': the Methodist School e Hymnal, which is a most excel ) lent collection.for: children, and e were very sweetly rendered under ri the baton of ,Mr Prout.::: The f locall mininistei :(Rev. W.:¢ Seamer.) p Ipreached bbotli morning and even i.ng, the: morniiig :'address on I Habits" being of special interest , to both old and young . e On Jiuesday evening, in the s.Parish_ Hall; a; very. fine. pro g gramme w as:presented to a. full Shouse.: Hymns :were sung by'the dlsciol0ars,- recitations : giveni by 1 Misses.Myra and: Elsie Walker, a Mavis Canty, Daisy McKinnon, Miss Bellinglham, :.and ,Master Lennine LIunh; 7 !and....

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

SMOKE DRIFT. Railway adli C anaa Mr: G··_ M., Prndrgs is givin illustrated lectures on My Tour Abroad. The increaee of railway revenue over thiatfo last year amounits to £237,651. A ?-iumeir of ? mtiigration gents are bout toI.be despatched: to Europe. 942 Epidemics of scarlet fever,pneu monia alr d na?iingitis. reported in France-i: -::, t , The tota ::l Euroan i'pulatio fio liOodnradatta to :Alice Springs is only 120. Germany andi m Aeic hiave ex chanlgd congiatul;: tor messages .-A Mr.amn.? denbrlek" has beeOp n sent to the Nethierlatid :to .find inmFliigrants. Theo mail service (cameols) fro-m Oodnadatta toAlice Springs costs £790.per annum. = .?:",/-. For the monthn of Janu-ary Brokin. Hill conisumetd 44,368,000 gallons of water "A pioposed. new dck ati Mel bourne is 800ft X 0liOft and-will e cost half-a-millioti. e The revolt in Ecuador is con Ssidered to be' the ofutlico' e of a Sdesire for revenige :e A Lonido dealer ~ fr th third :bfence" of selligsmei argre --ne asi t uitt...

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POULTRY HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

POULTRY HINTS. - ather eggs.daily. Never breed froms wry-tail birds. Eggs should be stored in a .col room. Bury. the grain in the scratoiimg '1 shed;. Old .hens are only drones oi the ]farm . " . • . .- . . . rCleanliness is essential in the poul try-house. ' If the male biid is esickly nezer t breed from him. - S Hens are not profitable after their. 'Isecond laying season'. SGreen feed should be fed eveiry day ,in ungrassed runs. -The Wyandotte is a great forager Sand an economical breed. . Plymouth Rocks and Oripingtons are ) classed as first-rate utility birds, Separate the male bird from the flock - I till-eggs are required for hatching. Crush the eggshells up. Never throw them out whole in the poulty a ard. e uly Lime,- or 'better still, old mort~ar, - should always be placed in the sttd L breeding pens. You can't keep chicks in health *itli out grit.: You can't get eggs from feeood that produces fat You .can't tiake - a-hen sit until she wiants to. You cah't keep hens in good ...

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

CRICKET; i The:Tarwin Valley and :Dumni 1 balk teams met on the: ground of the latter on Saturday;,.th inst, when an enjoyable game:was the outcome, and victory rested withi the visitdrs by- 54. runs. Scores : 1 .TARWIN VALLEY. .B.Grieves, c, by Quick ... 13 IE:Peart, c, b Quick" ... _-,.. 10 Barfoot b Wal Hughes ... 9 Watson bI Wa] Hughes ... 10 J. Peart;irun oit: . : ;... 13 Wakeley b Wal Hughes ... 0 Boag? b W. Hughes :. .. O HarridgeI bM. Huighes :... 0 Ausqtin, not :out . .:. 13 C. Peart, b VWal Huighes ... 2.:-: Brown, b Wal Hughes- .-.::. 1 84 DUMBALK. Blair, not. out . . ... M. Hughes, stp., J. Peart ... :1 T.- Hughes, c, b Peart . .. .. (.0, Wal Hughes, b Peart ... 0. .( Will Hughes;, cbBoa-g. 4; E. M. Hughesb Peart' . 0 Quick, o. b Peart . 5 Akers, hGrieves . Bright, b Grieves ... . 2 S.Sundries.: .6. .":: .:.. 6 . Thei two teams- to try !onclu siois otbi the reoreadtion grouiiind on 'We.drnesd ay -aref thbose 6aptix ned by .Messrs L-:ardoezr. an d :Bond. Teams aire as fol...

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WALTZING ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

WALTZING IROUND. "Excuse me," he said to his fair partner, taking a bit of wool from the shoulder of her dress. The wool, •however, seemed to be never ending,: until he had wound a large ball, which he, very embarrassingly hid in his:uoc ket. Fair Partner (to mother next morn ing)-"It's a funny tlhing inoth~, but lasht night I 'put a woollen spencer uder my dreas,:~and this morning :It tid completely disappeared." , Lemon Snow.-Cut .tiro lemons In. lialf and situeeze out all the juice. Put the rind in a saucepan with one pint:. of water and-a cup of sugar. . Boil For a fewo minutes. Remove rind, and stir in - cup sago. Cook till done; then turn out on a; dish. When cool add the lemon iuice and whites of (.vn eae.s

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

- THE TURF. - He~T h races at Moonee Valley to-mo row .sio0ld ibefull of in teiesta'sfeieral horses enfgaged I in/tl f bigsri ng eveints will:iropro I? aly sport silk.: The- following selectio??i~l ?i.?may'? ' b" "n e'ar:i: theb HURDLE RACE. ;I-:Milkabah ::? - Kildeei .. 2 TheiMajestic :Nut.. 3 :VALLEY HANDICAP. Belove 1:.. ... - The Parisian ~ .. -2 Blacik Pan i,, - .. 3 TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP. - § Oruiics 1 Kilspendie ... . 2 Komeela ... .. 3 HIGH-WEIGHT :HANDICAP .:: Oootacamiund 2 Rosny . 3 W:-.-: WELTER: PLATE; : -Happy Lady. . 1 Pinkertoil .. . 2 Goldern-Wire ,.. 3 WELTER PURSE. Miss Moi... . .:...-. 1 . Duel .. . 2 Duras .. ... 3. The Oakleigh :Elate, whichivwas run ait Oaulfiield"T-: Saourda?ir, re sulted iin.. a:,vitory-: for: Popinjay, whot wtis followeid homef by Nuiwaia Elya and FouriiFlush. The- winner started second favorite at 7 to.l, the favorite being Woorak, who start to 2. T'he downfall of ·?aqnette in the Federal Stakes ion Saiturday came as a shock to er b'a"i6rs...

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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

?P r- ll: eb?- :;.., ` : I- :..;,:i. 10.45a.;.:: Mail Sefrvice. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESl. PATCHED FROM iEONGATA A Closing Hour. - To Melbournfe& Korumburra 7 am & 8.45 p.m. All stationks to Port Albeit .. 10.45 a.m. -.Leongatha- South? :- . 0.. -Mon ,'Wed., & Fri 11.45 a.m. Miirboo North-- .- :.:. - . Tuies. Thurs, Sat. 11 a.m. -Mairdan Tu, Ues., Thurs. Sat. a:1: .m McKinnon's R.O. L- "Tu~es :Thurs.: Sat. 11 i. a.ml Wheelan R.O 0 :-:.Tuges. Thuis Sat.1: :1 a.m. !Kootoorman East T~u?es.-Thurr, Sat.,-i. a.am. '- Mardari So bith -;- ,: :,,. Tues', Thiurs Sat m. Wooieen R.09 T-ueTihre s. aotai 11:4 t . ~Francomes HO RI. Tuies Thurliwyat.h~Oa Hogans o: Mount Eccles- Tues. & Satuiday 2 p Harpiers HO0 Tues &Sstuaday 1230p :Ta rin to Tarwi Lowve 'md Casinsloose bai Stoeniy Creek to Dolla Fi:? dges R.O, Sd, ottFri Nerrena Eatst, 'Voorayl, odd's, and Mirboo-. Mon., Wed., Fri. pm Fisi? Greek to Yanakie . Monday .. Fish Creek to Wairatah N 1-. and Walkervi...

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Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 February 1914

Postal Inforat?O-n AUST-~$~R·ALIA & TAi~SMANi ~ IA L.ETTIERS.r-; .`: ed i ::.ll -places ib -Britis i :'- i-:" puej: -E ie~t]r M odurice; . :··:;;:·'' Within Commoniwealth a .d all plaoes inh British Ei pirea itign, d i, :.0 1 ·" -Rep ly- eaol rlf.::.(O 1. To ll othierl:laes sinnri e ...;. 1-:; Reploirds Within. Commonipealth and• l. Newp.,Zealand .r fori eerym - newspaper, up to 10oss, 0% iNewspapers printed outiide thB Commonwealth are subjeot to mra. zine rates f postag0. United Kingdom2-Not ex-:: ceeding 8oz0., esh news-... paper - . .S 0 1 EachWadditional oC e ,,. 0n For transmission wholly 0: ., seaaper Orientadd P.os ade _, O.'steamers, 160o . f .';:' 1: Other places, not eaiceedig:w: pape -.. . . ..; ,,..0 1 "Each additional 2os. ., 0 ithi trhen Cmmois a w lthl ::: Of books .printaed . P.s~ a);; : Pri6ited butside -i'Australik; :-. (! per 40ill., orpart tiereof) '0 O ToNe-Zmealard; .per ds.s... 1 T &llother places, prn 2o0z s; 1 ". -:l'":: ·:" -oo~naa u ?J.; ....

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Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 February 1914

Poistal 'infoimation. IAUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. . d Within Commonwe'alth anId :i. iall places in British rme-. T pire; per 4 ounce ip 0 1 SEach additional4o..? :.; I Within Commonwealth- and : all places, in British- Era.. :: Spire,; single, eaoh?7 0 1..- Oi :Reply,each, hafl,.. .. 0 1 To-allother places, single. 1 :R.. pily cards .. . ' O -'3 NEWSPAPRS, Within Commonwealth and -'-·· ,New Zealand, for every_ :newspaper, up to i0oos. 0 :Newspapers printed outside thp Commonwealth are subjecttd mti ., zine rates of postage. United Kingdom--Not ex ,ceeding 80oz., each news: paper .. O 0, 'Each additional 2oz. ... +0) For transmisasion wholly by - sea per Orient: andP. 'ani~l-:: O. steamers, 16oj ... 0 1 Other': places, noto exceeding: '.4ozs., : .. ?"!I.! o+: 0i: 1: ..40. . . . . . .. . ... : 1 t· Eaca h . caddiionlon~?o · 2oz > ;4nooxes ,Within the Commn ; ...ealth . 0.dr bookls ?rinted: in Auis. trialia, per 8oizs or part. ? 04 Puinted outside :.:Aiustralia, per 4ozs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 February 1914

P'ioneer Saddlery. T ' FIELD Desires to announce A; ,·rlO.thart lie'- has ' I urchasled the " AD 8 DLERYBUSINE8 carried onnby "Ma .G. A. BSAYERS luring the past - 14 years, and hopes for a continuance :: 'of the liberal support accorded to his preddcessor. :... The proprietor has been employed by :..Mr Sayers during the past 12 months, - whch is a guarantee that he is a com petent tradesman in all branches. .All Seddlery requisites, kept in stock : ea::. " ... R aire a Specialty. SHoriehair bought in any quantity. Rig/: hest price given. WO LF 'S AROMATIC SCI-NAPPS - GIVES SATISFAOTION as a Beverage /and as, a Ton i;ic :. I Avoid Counterfeits+ SPECIAL. NOTICE TO LADIES. WXTILL Ladies kindly note that in V future MRS D. M. CLIFFORD, Superintendent of the "Natuia ' Health Co., Melbourne, ·nill visit Kor-: umburra the second FRIDAY in every month, and may be seen at thcevictoria Hotel from' 9 a.m. to 3.45 p.m. Mrs Clifford will give ladies riot enjouing good:heailth the benefit of her-...

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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 February 1914

SMOKER DRIFT. Oanly t four pap er mills, employ m onwi • ealth. o:Iw' Zln ;The Gun iub Assbciat ion com priiesl 1.44 luibs witli- member shipfdorfe8p000;;'. g :The peritd ofoffice o all pre sent schooi:l ommittees expireson 28ti Febraary.i · ; SN.S.W isifaced-iwith;, an, empty. meat m^arket and its accompany ing high prices 'The, man on o.the la andi raising stock, will; feel the pinch fof the butchers strike .-1^ -:lc The King is to lay the fouiida tiok stonie of the New Zealand offices in London. ;:' A. i Germanl' has put up a bal looning record: by travelliriK; 2000 _miles in. 47l hoiirs. ' . In' the British Parliament there was a -majorityof only 74 against Imperial preference. .-The Dairy Supervision Act has to bi ad ministered by the Depart .ment of; Agriculture. · The exhbibition . of antiques ?at Govern merit House is in aidlof a repertory plays fund..::i'. Fat :stock sales in Sydney. on Tuesday were a failuare, and the; pC is, '.without imeat. A. - The Chinese Government gr...

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