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THE REST OF THE DEAD LIVED NOT AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 February 1914

:::SCRIPTURE STUDIES. ! ' 1 - REST OF THE DEAD LIVED NOT AGAIN. , BY PASTOR RUSSELL e aext: AndEi- sdW thrones. anid they sat .j.pon them, and judgnment waa given from Whaem; and I sanF. theReE of. tiiem' that avere beheaded for the witne-s of Jesus and •or theo Word ofGod and n'ich had aot worshipped. the.beast, neither his image, neiter iiad rteceivecdl 'his mark upon their foreheads, or in their?ihand~k; ?nd they lived iad reigned with Christ a thousand years. But the rest of the deadJ lived not again tmtil the thousnd years werer finshed I hins is the firnt resurrection. /.Blessd and holy Is he that hath part in the grst resurreteion, on inch the second :.,ideatlh' hath "no power, 'but they shall -be .ies taof Gbd and of COhlris', and shall reign with him a 't?houand -years.-Rev. x;, 4-6. The Bible hope-rof a resurrection of thIe dead-is ,the most stupendous of all mira cles. None Ibut thoee who-become iiti mate acquanted with the Almighty .are ableto exercise faitb in the propo...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HACKNEYS, HUNTERS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 February 1914

HACKNEYS, HUNTERS, ."" The evente in the- ring are o.:the chief attraction on show day, and the interest is maintai6ied .fibm fhe oponing ovent abhotly vafter 2 p. t h aii~6ofburilgy: hi~rses occupiedesthe'attentiotn ]of the judges--asthe- lasgtitem. The events were varied, anld incl aded huinters hackneys, trotter igh jump an ayriders h stewar~dsin rthisolans earin the hak of the publioilb having thehigh jumpli earlier in the after snoon thanjki' as beencutd omary lta former shows, and in consequnce a greaterj numbr o~el'if pje'op~le wee re the sections included in this clais nearly 20i0 enitries wrie received; and isome beaiitiful and shapely ring, ai.d furthieriimphasiseditheý fact thati horse-breediig is apay - able industrysintthis districtl'In no..partof Victoria woul d a better olass of-horses- beo seen in a show ring tha thdse exliibited -on Wed nesday-last.f'; .The T evenitsw er held- oni the:recreation: bval :ad joining thtei show grond;:i hic las a more even surface, iand...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 February 1914

f· I 'Sl·.·SHEE EP. ~:7 ,.:· ninthe Woorayl Shir8ewheie the holdng are smallg the filing of e i extensively: undeir takenbithere are a fewg;raziers who betiieve instlokingafairnum bier, anid hold then ownn with pirices obtained: in thfieMeilbourne miar 'et.;H doweer,. i" 'isi only foi fat-s tening 'antd Avbolittiathe abebii ifor, npt:iyculiC atteiition -the e-annua "exhi~~~iibitjioin 'of ,a n agri1 c tial aociets3 Therefoi- it wsonyntrl toexpc ,onth i25th instant ~th~;~at ou~tsiders wouldl scoopth pooln inalmosBbt every ksection Fori LicesteirsMessrs J MoKinnon and Aliberdseen Bros. shareid~the hnor sIn English lciicester Mr J. Bl'airohild tdook allt beoehm M ikam cssful for Shropshires whilst ;in. - ~tLe -Souhitdo wns sections 'IM~essrsa'Le'Rou ex-t Bros;:~iF wre: most` 'prominennt:=I·:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 February 1914

Tarwin Lower Sports F ri?y,: 3 thM arch,: 1914i . To Start at 10.30 a m. Ip R O--Gii ?A-. M M E.. 4. .Hcp District Sheffield. 120yds, 2s. Gd S entry. First j~rize £2; second 15s :5:DISTRICT?TUG OF WAR, teams . ofsix men each; Entry,;-2s 6d per man". Prize £6. If more than twq teams,. straight oit pull;:if·-only two teams, twio: pulls out of three, . "Time limit 5 .minutes- Captains must :nominate teanis before 9th March. 6. Hcp. o:.PlnyIighi lJ.mp, 14 har.. F:i::: rste£1 1Os, second 20s.: Th~iee : e:: _ntries or no event;. five or no second prize. Entry 2s d; :7 -Hcp;"Horse High Jimp,: of £3.,: gift of Mr Jex. First £2, second £1. " "Entry 3s :10. Hiandicap:: Swim, 75yds. First £1, _. secoiid l0s; eitry is 6d : : 1 I;-Long Di?? Prize 10s entry i?si 13'.Hcp;: Swim, 50?s. is First .£1secdo?d ~lOs, entry is Gd--;.'' 15 .Landsmen' sFlatty. Race (draw for positions). Prize £1; entry, is per oar Full Programme n isso ::Entriesfor :aquatic events enmust be :lodged: ith the. eretaries ,:not...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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PONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 February 1914

The receiving of 172 entries in this class was prof of the value 'placed upon the poiny ini this paelt of. Gippalandd On rdcing pro grammes alrsommore entries are re ceived for the pony events than any otiher. bn the L list and the fact of :sonme :along? the line h:::aving beaten :the." cracks'' "bn suburban douirses i's prioof:of their': stamia and'qiiality7;Al. l. sections on the list were :well contested, arid '.the ju:des hadd a somewhlihat diffcult task:to selectlthe most. deserving of the prize. :A number of en tries .were :received- from the Korut bunurra districf where some excellent animals are bred, and several prizes were captured.. For pon?y stallioni,.14 hands and under, the.firsti prize went:to Mr'F.': G. Beard, who: exhibited a: shapely animal, v hilst Mr G. E. Leighton secured second' award. -Mr.J. 'J. O'Reilly gainedfirst. honors and champion for brbod mare .unider 14 hands, and Mr S Adkins :was sudccessfl.l for .ire :under [3..2; both lexhibits. showing plenty .:of...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 February 1914

MIV.Cartin. Co ';P:-'-C } 4Leongatha. " Sheepand Cattle Salesmen, stc, Sttation, -Land& Financial Agents. -: CATTLE SALES, 1914 T .,.. Thura'- Fr;iday; "February .5 19 . 15 27 :Marc : 5 1 . 13' 27 '.April ..2 16 30 24 May 14 28 8 22 Junhe : 11 25:. ,, 5 19 Jualy : 9' 23 3 17 31 SAugust-.- . 6* 20 . 14 28 Septeniber ... 317 -..11 25 :Oct6ber .. 1 15 29- : 9 23 ,"'Nioeihber ;.. 12 26-" :. 6: 20 : Decemberi ..10'. 24 ... 4 18 -Denotes First Sale. * , : S Agents for Sun iire Office; Colonial. Mutual Life;; National Trustees, EBxecu tars and Agency Co. Head office, Leongatha, - Branch office Korumiburra.. .. Loans Negotiated. Phone 28,Leongatha. OTUR NEXT SALE : ONr THURSDAY, 5TH - MARCH; Fine Town Property. STO LET-ON LEASE. "-cCARTIN & CO. have received in .LtL.structions from MNR FRANK GOOCH to invite Tenders for the Lease for a:period of 3 years, of his new Queen :Anne Villa Residence in McCartin .stieet,' Leongatha, recently erected by him for, his own use,-together ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 February 1914

EW··· S I'tock:,l~ .SttinryCn ....: "fetionery and Scho61 Books FiRE to hand, together wih our usual SCRAPiIG'!S NEWS i AGE~iNCYj .T~nPoRAcsRY; PREMJSES~~ I~N NIEW-~.-;-took ~Stationery ·Con 'fetionery and School ·Book&;: to hand, ·together w i~b our usual supcply of Newspape'rs and Maga sines. Tickets for Eight Hours' and Druids': Art Unionsi. t."- iCommnowealftl.i: ! Carriage Factory .and SHOEING FORGE, L-..:'EONGATHA. .; ,J. H. OAMPBELL, Proprietor. The sort youi want is the Best and that is my sort.. 'Vehicles of all descriptions made on the premises.. No : n sluimming.-, Every ,.:article finished off with care and elegance. My work has -been in the district for years, and speaks for itself. Blacksmithing executed in.all its branches. ., DoYou Want Good Value For Ybur Money??. PRICES RIGHT. . IF SO, CALL ON Yer .++ T. H. COCHRAN, -.Yars with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER M.AKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE. R. H. SIMON, + .. PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, ...

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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 February 1914

SPORT AND PASTvIME. The Nemav keti Handicap willbe tihe principal race to be decided at V.R.OC autumn mneting to-mor row, wheni a big field?will face thb ibarrier, as .no leiss than:::35'ihave accepted for the- event. iThe winner: is hard to pick, but -reo6iit formi.poitits:to -Gold Brew Oidedf Ratblea;, Jolly 3Beggar; ::Birttle and Nu wari Eliya sulpplying the winner, wshiist Captain White, Desiire,: Widgiewa anda iModl iintai n: Princess .should :r~un weill Ttie placings oflthe judge may be Cxold Brew 1 Rathlea$ 2 Cider.C 3 SIRS HURDLERACE STAS. iAnen~osia~:·' ESSENDO STAKES Hrpis 2 Audacity 3 BRU NSWICK STAKES st0Yanoiga

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 February 1914

The; annual :show of the Great Southerni. AgriulturaF Societyi willl be held a --' Foster 6oni Wednesday next, when "-a-`_ special 'train 'will leave Kotuinbuirra at 8 aim., stopp ing at-:all stations ,for .passengers and exhibits. 'Entries for the Yarram; showz close o'n Tuiesday next,. ith the: secretary, Mr . Grano.i6 A: special train will leavc -Leongatha on.,the morning of the show (Wednesday, March -llth) at 7.20, taking' pas sengers and exhibits. The attention, of athletes is direc ed .to ithe prize-list of the Dumbalk sports appearing in the present aid past issues of the STAR." ; Entries for the.princiipal' eyents close with the hon. secretary, Mr V.P.. Quick, oh Wednesday next. : A social evening and aance will be' tendered toe Mr Walter Coode in the. Leongatha Mechanics .Hall this (Friday) evening, on the eve of his departure- from - .th'e: 'distric;t. Subscribers- and-. intending :siub scribers ..are cordially invited to attend, and ladies.are requested to " provide.a ba...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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PRIZE LIST. CLASS A: DRAUGHT STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 February 1914

PRIZE LIST. CLASS A : DRAUGHT STOCK. Judges: Messrs Phillips and Bell Stewards Messrs P. Heintz and G. Williams. Se 1. Draught Stallion, any as:ge uWJ: : Coe a handn,- rdc?am ·pion 'lJ Denham,~~ 2'' Hamilton 4BroMare, any agewt faat foot J.Allisoi 1, J Henf deisonif 2i 5 75Best DragtFoal of the sea so 6Wheelan 1,Smithi & Soin 2 6Dy Mare, any ae Smiith& Sn1 and chiamtpion, S. Crespin 2 .-iEi7 Fillr; 3yrs.-;J.- Heiderson. 8?28Filly, 2yrs. Smith:&. Soiinoi1 and 2 Lalbor.Colony 3; : 9; Yearling Filly Smith &. So i and i, J. Allison 2 10. Yearling Entire:-Colt: o Gelding-D.W W. Findleyl:j. "J Allison 2 and 3 11. Best Group of. Tli'6eeYeari lings-J. Allison 1, J. fri.Heniera son 2 12. Gelding, any-ageo-S. Wer tenan 1 and 2, J. Hendeirison?3 13. Gelding,. 2yrs?.- Hendeb son l-and-2 :': 14. PairofFam Hoe ; - l:~,:: ,,,~~~~ h~~~~ .mithc & So 1, o.a allison . J wertenan 3 115. Foui horse Wagoni Teami .?fdifil~hg?Ril?' Roal : ... :... B Wertena a1 F. Dic...

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A Hint to Travellers [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 March 1914

A Hint to Travellers As an excursion train recnthi drew into a seaside terminus the 'pa-angers began to colleot their luggage ad get their tickets ready. " Excus. me, ma'am," said a seedy-lkoking, shifty eyed individual in the corner to a buxom matiron sitting opposite, "d'ye mind my looking at. your ticket a moment?" The matron looked come what surprised, but placed her ticket in the outstretched hand. The seedy * individual studied it for a moment, then, coolly tearing off a corner, handed it back as the train pulled up. He passed on with the crowd td"the bar rier, but just as he got to the ticket collector he oried, "I've forgotten my stick,": and dashed back to. the car-. riage. .Havirg recovered his stick,; he ipproaohed the ticket'collector boldly and attempted to pass through. "Tic "ket, please." "I gave it up- just now. I've been, back for my sticik" "You didn't give me a ticket, sir.?' '"Excdse me, I did. You look and see if you haven't got one, No. 0116, with a corner miss...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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New Desert Bean. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 March 1914

New Desed I ean. Professor 1. Wi. lothier, of the UniveiriLy of -Arizoa, has direovered ..-,a new rariety of bean, well adapted " -. for: cultivation in dryv olimates. :Dur.-~ ,.. ing a 1300 miloe:j6ouirne over the deserts and mountains of Ariz:i.a; he visited the Papago Indjlns, ; nd got from them several hundred brcwiiish-yellow beans of an unknown variety. These he S panted on experimental plots at the Arizona Experimental Farm for four years. before the discovery was announ ced. It appears that the new bean, which had been named the "tepary" bean, is more prolific under dry con diticns-than any other known variesy. It' yields between 7001b and 8001b Lo the acre, with no more water than tno soanty rainfall of Arizona gives. Under the same conditions, ordinary beans yield only from 661b to 1401b to the Bore..

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Leongatha Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 March 1914

Leongatha Telephone S.: . Exchange.I. Following:: are" the numbeirs a?id names of subscribers :-, t;· 1. Shire of WoTorayr.1 Offie. : 2, Butter Factory, and manager e . residence. : . 3. Co opei .ative Society's Store:' 4WG. G VWalIker,"stordkeeper. 5. Peck & Sons, auctioneers. 6 J M Molloy, chemist 7. P Johnson butcher . : 8. Dr Holwden, physician. ( 9. Nurse Morris, .private hospital .10. ILardner. & :Co.; ironmongers, 11. Colvin &,?COo. drapers.;:: 12. A E. Edney, storekeeper - 13. Rossiter & Cou, STAR Office. 14. Pearce & Jarratt, butchers 15. S. MadderniiQommercial Hotel 16. Neal Bros., storekeepers. 17. R. Bair4 Otago Hotel. 18. E. Manders, agent. 19. Nurse Good, private hospital. 20. Rev. P. J. Coyne, Presbytery. 21. J.W. Rumpf, private iesidence 22. J. McFarlane, coachbuilder S23.. E. McNamara,: baker. .: 2St. H. Kelly, undertaker. 25. Jno. Lardner,privite residence 26. Dr Pern, physician. 27. E. A: Cle, auction mart. 28. McCartin &...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 March 1914

G(iPPSLAND COý OP-ER ATIVE SELLINGG COQ 'SREPORT.: Butter. e The -iotorian prod uc tioni has gone dowrnalarniingly, and this, week there wasi: hardly sifficienti- choicest ?for,. require ments: Thenmiarket advanced Ild per: lb. for best: brands:;, sedond, qualities had& to be :disposed of at wide margins from top.,: Choicest Gippslands: realised.. I/i, choice 12/Y2d to 123%)d, : goo'd tof prjime l1.i/d to Is, seconds: 102d to'lld, heated -and inferior lots. lower. Separators:.sold -at 9%Y2ditodi10d,: ,dairies' 7?d- to .8d, -Cheese There is a furth:er iniprovenent iii values, 4laf'fetchini fými2~i2d- to 6'.Adimatured 7 ~d.t8: S. EgRgs There was 'a marked increase: in supplies fbr the :week, iand vailIes fell about-: id per dozenil Store keepiers' lines sold ,at lOd t'tild;, private.line is . to Ils-ld, specials. up to is 2il, only occasioniallfl better. Bacon-Prime lig~ti?i~ides 10d to 10Od,mediiini'eightt:9?d heavier lower.: Middles i10O~ o." 1d, hams ls to lai:::d. :2aid+ B...

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Garden Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 March 1914

i· ..:Sometimes, vhen.planiits do not stiikel .readily from cuttings,' and .anildt'o be. :. prop!gated. by means of ~suckcrs? or S grafmts; reourse is. had to layering.' In - h" aiS" case, a shoot df thel parent plitt i-: bent over and.partly cut off avith a S-sloping out, which is kept open ,by a S-bit of iravel, covered with soil, so that - it will tike root.. The layer should :I : be pegged down to keep it in place, and :thoe soil- firmly pressed round it. After it lias taken'-root" the shodt is cut be tweei: thlieroots .and the parent p:Iant, Sand the.young plant or layeor is riemov ed to its desired position. : Layers are made at-different times of the.year, oether' spring or autumn being the better, and they should.not be moved until they are thoroughly established. S Almost any plant, which has shoots: which can be bent to the groind can S be made to strike from layers, but the method is usually only adopted when it is not .easy to obtain plants in a 'more simple manner.: The...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 March 1914

THE UP-TO-DATE BOOT MAN ,E W. ROBINSON. The Bargain Centreof Leongatha " For SLadies', Gentlemen's & Children's Boots and-Shoes. \ And at Prices Lower than Else where. - And at Prices Lower than Else e " where.s- We understand our Business, and know when we are giving good-. Value. Come and inspect thle Stockl which is New and Up t- ~ date;, all the Latest Dtsigns, and bouglit fribm- the Lenadini Manufacturers. We guarantee you every. satisfaction at the Noted Bargain Centre.--E. W. ROBINsoN, Bair street, Leongatha.; LEONGATJH-A MECHANIC INSTITUTE. 1, Thursday, i5th March: Picture Entertainment ! -.' In aid of'the funds of the Institut;e;. ' Two: Star Pictures- : "Fantomas, the man in Black,.'-: .?And ' The Chieftain's Sons?." A"dmissioi,. is 6d and is.. c. L. BRUMLEY, Secretary.:: MIIDAME LENA: CONLIY A·USTRALIA'S NIGHTZN GALTE Will.'appear in the Mecfohanics': - Hall, . -. :.MEENIYAN,.. .. .. :?riiday? Mar cih :1i3thi: And in the S LEONGATHA HALL; : Friday,;: 20th Mach,: 1...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Leongatha Butter Factory. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 March 1914

Leongatha Buitfr Fact ory The half-yearly meetingi_:.of :haieholders in ,the local: butter factory .-wa-a held in the Leoiin gatha : institutef on Saturday ifternoon,; when tere were present Messfii; Rob'ct 7Watso.ni (chairman), .RD. F.rrest','D Jhn Smith, P. Johnson,-E Beggý' .E Bond, M. Bourkei C hadler, .. J. Coulter Ju i H."McOill;i' Reilly, Collinsi P.: Naish W:: B Irving, the. secretary, .(Mr Wm. . Watson) ,aid iiariager (Mr S. C Wilson) - ,Mr/i, Reilly, 'ongratulated Mr Robt Watson about being elected chairmari .of :.the .oompany, and w;ished him success. ;- *. "' ; "*A 'i ettzer' waTre ad froin the auditor, Mr H. G. McCuitcheon, upon the financial statemient, which-he considered very satis factory. :'A resolution was carried that the printed balance-sheet? ,as - cir culatedd be taken as read. .': S DIRECTORS REPORT: i;Your directors havepleasure in presenting to you the duly audited statemen'tof accounts and balance sheet. for -the . half year fending Decemblier 31st 1913 Th...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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District News. DOLLAR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 March 1914

District News. , DOLLAR. .- j : eting of those interested .:in'the sports meeting was.heldlin : the hall' on Saturday evening,21st February: to determine whether i ti -would -be advisable to:revive ? thli:sports meeting,' which: was a:i' llowed' to lapse last'year,, for S 't:: owibf. a secretary. It. wase de --:.cided to hold the meeting on April ' d 3rd, to e conducted on the saime pi.: rinciple as formerly.: :-..The :- balance-sheet showed £13 11sM ld :- to credit. "The membership fee S was fixed at 5s, admitting mem : :ber ahd family to the age of: 14 S-or lady:to the :groundi, refresh Sifents and' ball. .The f6llowing - of.ficj-bearers were - elected :. - -::Preiderit, Mr Wm. Lamtb. i Gom m fiiittee Messrs H. -Alderman, J - H.-. Bowket,.- R. Coverdale, IL i:CouinBel 0. Counsel, W.-Day,-A :.:'W.: :Day, Harold Day, :E. B :::"Downei s S. Downes, E. Downes r- FTisher, H, Gaw, J.:.aw, A. Grenville, A. W. Hodge, R.. H. l irvine, J. Irvine, R. Moyes, D. i--Niwholson, N. Nicholson, Tom ...

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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 March 1914

Mall Service. MAILS -RECEIVED AND E D. PETGHIED FROM LEONGA THkA i o-. :g:o : .-:u. Td Millbourne & Korurib'urra - 7a.m'& 8.45 p.m. Allstationsto : 2 Port&ilbert-.. 10 4aim. 'LeongathadSouthb Wdon.'Wd ig.Fri 1145- a.m. 'Mirboo North Tues. Thure.'sat. 1 .-a Mardan Tues.,Thurs'Sat 1:: a.m:i.L McKinnon'a-ROd.- 90 ( Tues.,-Thuris.,at 11S- lmn Wheelan's B.O- 0I Tues., Thursa Sat. 11 a. Koorooman East- , Tues., Thurs.,~ Sat. '11asm. Mardan South-----::'._ Tu's., Thur sait. 2-ip Wooreen'R:O.- Tues., Thurs.; Sat. 1:40 a.m. Francome's RO.-" -".:::i: Tues., Thurs., 'Satg.-? .?0 am. Hogan's. R.O.'-- ': :- .- - ::-: Tues.,.Thurs.; ,S; i41.40 a.)m. -Mount Ecclis-l Tuesa? &Saturday: 12 30 p.m. -Harper's RIO ' ITues.. & Saturday 1.30 p:m -Tarwin to Tarwin lower,, S:i3nd :Cashins lods:aebag--.%* Tues.,'. Thurs.; Sat.:: -12 oon Stony Creek., to Dollar,: : :Fidge's 'R.O ., -Scott's -R:O &,Mirboo.Sthl Mon., Wed. &Firi::' .i. 12S30.ptm Meeniyan -t...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 March 1914

ORICKET. On Saturday, 14th Febrhary, the Tarwin District team com nenced a match against Tarwin Meadows, and scored 204 for the afternoon,whichb was distressingly hot for the bowlers. The game was concluded on Saturday, 21st last, when the Meadows team re plied with 207 runs for i6 wicklets. The teams played 12 men aside. * I TARWIN MEADOWS. Child, Frend: .:.. 57 -T.,Muirray, ldbvw., b Wollard 27 Th?i?as~, c Frend . .-,. 43. M. Black,. Frend. . .: . 9 SNewberry, b Frend ...- ... 4 SMacdowell, b Frend- ... . 24 Aitkei, not out .. 23 Roberts, not out ..... 8 " Sundries . 12 S? ix wickets for: - ... 207. TARWIN DISTRICT. " Secoml', : M. Black . .: --98 H. Murray, b M, Black ." 0 Frend,b bWilloughby.. '::... 4 Caughey (retired),. .. 47 Lees, -not out 1.. . 1 Cashin, b Thomas 7 SWollard, bW.illoughby 7 ' H. Groube, c Black- .. - . 24 Sinclair, c Black 5 Buniin, c Willoughby ... 2. L. Griube, b Willoughby .:. 1 McDonald;`b Black ..,. 2 Sundries 6... ... 6 Total ......; ... ;;; 204 Teams c...

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