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

DuinmbalSoi tor'es, WOORAYL. E;.iEESEE RS, General Storekeeper- and ::Provision Merchant. a FIRST-CLASS iStook of Groceries, Drapery, Iron miongery, Boots and Shoes, &c. eon hand ilSuiits :to Mea~essur pecsal~tit· . Pateci~ o Mdicines,:·'o,:·: i , .:•. ,-:rDescriptions..(;?!I!-: ii Agent for iOuming.. Smith's Manures, Bockeye .Harvester Co.; United Insurance Co: "-Age ' Argus;" and all.Weekly Papers., Leongatha Bakery. "R. B. ERLAND SON·7. ,AV ING plirchased the Bakery Business of MR D. NICOL;: SON,.in Mcartin Stret~et, Leon gatha; respectfully requests ia share of::the p.latrohinge acbirdedd to liis':predecessor.: - -: . ":.::; The business: being carri~ed on under the diredt supeivision of..' the proprietoricustomers s 'can rely upon securing satisfaction .and attention. Fresh Srnall GoodsiDaily.:: Firbank. Brighton Church :of England " Girls' iSchool,. PROPRIETORS-THE DIOCESAN-. BOARD OF EDUCATION.: HEAD .MISTRESS: M. M.: CAMERON, SM.A. DIP. ED. :. Tr IE School, which is ...

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The Education Question. CATHOLIC GRIEVANCES. ADDRESS BY THE BISHOP OF SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 March 1914

T?hEd; i ocatiobn Question: CATHOLI GRIEVA iES. 8DDRESS .BY^ THE BISHOP O. S'ALE. Speaking at the church of St. aurepce O'Toole, Leon'gatha, on: Sunday, the -MoA tR ev Dr. hefa ,. 3ishopopf Sa'le,:spoke vigorously on;the ':Education _questiidnahd 'he. grievance '.under. whicithe Citholics -:of - the- State-. are labouring.; : . : ;The -occasion of his Lordship's visit to Leongatha was to welcome the :sisters of St. Joseph to that parish.- For years -the Catholics of- Leongatha have been desirous of :securing a community of nuns to dpen a Catholic school. Before the .'death - cf the late :,revered Bishop efforts weeire made in:this direction,'but only last month was tle -school opened, with 50 pupils the first day ; the number has now increased_: to:. 70,. The Bishop pieached at the l11o'clock Mass on the Teachinig:Office of the Church, the commission, given her by her Divine ' Founder .to teach "all nations.: . ;iIn thecdurse of the sermon his ILordship- heartily congratulated the:....

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

MARKETS. Messrs Mathieson & Davis re: poiort having held their usual cattle and pig sales,. when fair yardings and satisfactory prices were obtained. lThe Leongatha and Stony Creek lSig sales have been very good, 60 bacon pigs at Stony Creek selling from prime light weights 60s, to heavy weights at 75s.: Leongatha" penned 100 pigs, bacon selling at'from 65s 6d to 73s 6d.: Store.pigs were down in price on account of the dry weather. Selling prices-Porkers 44s to 57s 6d, slips 28s to 3"2s 6d; suckers 10s, 15s and 21s. Stony Creek Cattle Sale.--Fat cows £4 17s to £5 19s, springing beifers 65s,- 90s, 97s 6d, 100s and 120s, store cows 55s to. 62s 6d, steers 56s,: poddies to:21s. . Leongatha Cattle ::Sale.- Fat lambs 19s, steers, good sbrts 62s 6d, 72s and 77s 6d, springers, cows 87s 6d .to l10s; backward heiferb G60s to 73s,-poddies 15is to i18s. Foster Cattle :Sale B Fat cows to £6 10s:: All other' stock 'sold :well,. and equal to: the .above prices.

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MARKET TRAIN. FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. Next Date, Thurs., March 19 [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 March 1914

MRKET TRAIN TUp 1A9 Mesiyai. -r $ Leongtaar) IOO

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SHOW DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 March 1914

ISHOW DATES. Following are the dates for the annual shows in 1914 : Foster, Wednesday, Maroh 4th Bunyip, Wednesday, 1Iaroh 11I

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Mardan State School and I.O.R. Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 March 1914

Manr an State School and ; I;.0.R. Picnic.: c Ti - e iiTmuch looked-forward-to ievednt :of the- season in this'dis; rict vls held, on`Friday. , 20i.} ult., when ttheie w r as a ffair attend ance .Tlbeh6day, tlihihii hot in thId 'inmrning, took a coolcli atige in the aftferni oonnma kigri i, itu, peasan foir-: a -picnic. ';The 1previous hioit weather, however,:hin'ilerod those who:' would have come from long distahnces, they, having. to stay, at home to guard their pro'peities from the much-dreiided' r fir end; The ground on which hthe sports were held at the Marda iHall was prepared -by the members of the S.S. and I.O.R. commrittees.- A large marquee was erected, under which the ladies attended .t tlhe refreshments which were .spread there; and as oui ladies are never behind in this matter, the duties were carried out in a very capable manner.. -During .the afternooi: the entries. which- were' taken for the, different 'events were pladed in the h'ands of Messrs W. McRae ind:Jas. Dar...

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DOMESTIC TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 March 1914

DOMESTIO TRAGEDY. i'No power on earth shall make me o'- it,- he deolared firmly. : S?. he approached close to his side .Her iashinig eyes blazed ihnto his, and her ips sneeredi '::-..You shaUll do it??i..o Ho u~eve ?o-i : . :dread 'it it mustbhe done" You·l i hear : 'I. refuse utterly. Sich thingis - : unworthy for a man of pridieand honor to:. u?uidertake,' he repeated,, drawing ..; : back from her as a whiplash.: : :Qdickly shie was a$ t his side, gripping S'his arm with finpgers slim, but hard as iteelN 1 •': Sheo slippied a small knife, into his -:':: hand-a .thin, shari-popnted- pieoe - of: ' Leelf "There,' she s:iid. His ob -stinacy was momentarily driviing her to elsperation. THer -:voice broke v ith passion, :and sh.' e li:cried in :a loud a.ngry voice: . Willi?m-'Tomkins, if yvou don' t do :: w-:,hantI.say; s nil dgo and 'iel tihose pota to~:.: UOes at cn"c'':.?oll , go to bed without

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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 March 1914

THE TJUR i SThe Australian Clp, which is ,i" ? vUer. a ipta?i?e of 4 miles, wiill lbe decided aytFlemsingon to .:::.day. Se erail horses haive been w? :-ell suipported ifor this event, and 6n Saturdayc siruinliiin@ 'Wallalo Iloks:t" have a firs ct.lass?c'iance; > " for th mianner- in which he 'cut down thie field ii hieJ;Essenridon SIStakes will bring hinm greatly into f-avor for 'totday's .:..big eventi. . :Others'tiho plfothise to be handy '.at thei finish are Belove, ,Sea Prince, St. Vano,. Coradil, Obi; Sand Harpist -And in anticipating the jiidge's :verdict ~the -placings - may be Willalo 1 Belov'e :. . . _Sei Priiice .. . 3 HOPEFUL STAKES. Kirtle . 1 Seofon 2 Moolang ... .. 3 ASCOT VALE STAKES. Woorak: ... : 1.-. . 1 Raheen 2... .J 2 Fidelio .:. ... 3 STEEPLECHASE. Tintod .. .. 1 .Vanguard. .. . 2 Oa'.^ Camasade .'.., *rQi3 - dAeconner ... .. 1 - Gold Brew ... ... 2 Brattle - ... .. 3 . JUNIOR HANDICAP. - Leucops . . 1 O : rucis ...; .. 2 4,-.: Aridesine .. '.... 3:. The Ne...

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

M'Cartin & Co. * Leongatha. - Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, - Stock, Station,Land & Financial: ~"Agents. CATTLE SALES, 1914.' - ~-7 " .::"Leongatha. ,Korunr-rna. Thurs IFriday.: February+.:. 5 19 ... 13 27' . - March . 5 19 ... 13 27 : April 2 16" 30 -: " 24 '. May- ... 14 28 . 22' June :... 11 25 ' 5 19 : July . 9 23- 3 17 31 Augu-st .. '-6'.20 '..:14 28_? ' September ..: 3 17 ... :.11 25.. :. October ... 1 15 29" 9 23 November .: 12 26 . 0.. 6 20 December .. 10 24" ... 4 18 "Denotes First Sale; Agents for Sun l5ire Office; Colonial Mutual Life; National Trustees, Execu tars and Agency Co. Head office, Leongatha, Branch office Korumburra. Loans Negotiated. Iphone 281, Leongatha. OUR NEXT SALE . ON TBURSDAY, 5TH MARCH .. Mathieson:. & Davis, . . - ,Stock-and Station Agents, Sheel' . aiid- Cattle .Salesrmen 5 ST. JAMES BUILDINGS, 127-1i WILLIAM STREET, MELBOURNI Andat Sale, Traralgon, Maffra, Lec gatha, Mirboo North, WODONGA & A..LBURY (N.S.W.' LEONGATHA ...

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

rne RAG .: i:?.?,-?--RAiG:sNEW'S A-GENCY_ I... 'T~ ~EM·PORA~SR Y' PZREMISES ;.INI •w "eio?"Doors Frokm Old aornero ? NE~W l Stock~ :Stat~ioniery, C on fectionery and School Books Sto hand, together with.our usual . supply of Newspapers and Maga '- ,*?'":zines: - .? ? ,?i - ??":,: Tik ets for Eight Hiours' and. Druids' Art Unions C.- .domm nowealthr :" al-o - r; tionsg Y e Carr sumiage-., 7vr-'iril and SHOEING FORGE, LEONGATHA. . H. CAPBELL, Propriedtr. The sort ou wasnt .isn the iBestr . and that is fmyrsort. Vehicleshf all deEcriptinsl itSle Son the premises.: No slimming. Every_"article finished off with car anid elegance. - My work has been in the district for years and speaks for itself. Blacksmithing execnted in all its branches: i I Do You Want Good Value For Your Money? PRICES RIGHT. IFSO, CAL ON T. H. COCHRAIN, Y. -i-ea rs with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) - .LA-TE. R. H. SIMON, S; .: PLUMIBER and TINSMITH, &e., LEONGATHA,; ' OR tht e F...

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Farewell Social to Mr Walter Coode. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 March 1914

:Farewell .Socill- to Mr. L Walter .Coode. A : otr useful f an"d :opuar towrisman. sociall? -than:- Mr "Wally '"Coode '-Leonigathia liahs notk possessed, and,- wheii it be came known 'thathi':was :;leaving to better his iosition ,in. anotheri part of the= State; it- was oily natural -that a suitable-seid-off and presentation .:was arranged for.. At ever~y lsociail gatheringin Leongatha' this young man, con tributed, either vocally0 or ais:an accompanist, for: in both depart ments he was a:decided help. In the outlying dis~rict, -and ,at Meeniyan and Stony. Crelek,? his services were secured on, many occasions, I :and- greatly appre ciated by all who took part-at the gatherings. -At : smoke :niglit" socials he was a host 'in .himself, and\his. delParture .will :create: a breach that is riot likely, to' be filled for a very ibiug time. ;He'i~i the possessor. ofa,,voice of exeel lent quiality, and aiss pianist. was quite at home, either as an ac companist-or playing for a danice; A soc...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 March 1914

Residents of Meeniyan and the surrounding districts will have an opportunity of enjoying a musical treat iq the-Meeniyan Mechanics' hall on Friday, March 13th, the occasion being a visit from that fanious soprapo singer; Madame Leria; Conly, and her. brilliant company. A tour .of 'South Aus tralia.' has recently been., com pleted, and at the leading towns and cities the halls were crowded with enthusiastic audiences. The " Adelaide Advertiser " of Septem ber 30th writes of Madame Conly: :" Beauitiful' quality '6f voice, complete control of all phases of shade, perfect intonation,, and great sympathy made her songs delightful; Her flute-like notes and exacting runs were remark ably pure and fine." Supporting. Madame . Conly -are :prominent City artists, including Miss Rosa. Walton, the gifted pianiste; Mr Walter Jennings, the beautiful teior; Mr P-iG. Wilmot, a-taking basso; Mr. Syd. Stewart,: the clever inipersorator and com edian; and Mr Will Elder, an artist without equal as an el...

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CORRESPONDENCE. HANDICAPPING AT THE CALEDONIAN SPORTS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 March 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. HANDICAPPING AT THE CALEDONIAN SPORTS.   TO THE ·EDITOR. -SIR, as an "old sport" I have always, understood that the object of handicapping was to equalise: the chances as nearly as possible by the carrying of different weights or the placing at different distances, or starting at different times according to age, character for speed, judged from past per formances, pedigree, &c. The new "sports" appear to. have some other method of " equalis ing' matters, and 'I will esteem it a favor if the handicapper-for the above sports will enlighten me and the rest of the .public how he arrived at the "placing' of the competitors. :The " ar- rangement " of at least two locals, W. OLoughlin and O. Tarrant, has puzzled us. O'Loughlin is a " heavy weight " who has no grand " performances " - against him, whilst Tarrant is a "light horse," with brilliant "'perform ances "to be taken into considera tion. " Performances" appear to have been ignored in this case; ...

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GREEN MANURING AND FERTILISER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 March 1914

GREEN MANURING AND FER- TILISER. - SThe system of green manuring, to furnish a supply of organic matter, and to collect nitrogen from the air- in the case;of the green manuring crop being leguminous-cab ba employ-e with decided advantage on sandy soil; and also on medium soils, for fields t( which it may not be convenient to ap ply farmyard manure. To. get the best results from- green manuring, it is necessary to supplement ib by the application of fertilisers. On this subject a distinguished German -pro fessor of Agriculture has the following observations :--The necessity for the addition of nitrogen is. dependent on dreds, not able to face thoe winter. without a set of furs valued at £60 or £70 being added- to half a dozen other sets. I have known a woman, whose husband was on the brink of bank: ruptcy, paying out a last available £10 note for a velvet coat. Dressmakers could tell- many surprising stories of. what an inordinate love for dress means -we have had many revelations; -...

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SOLVED THE DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 March 1914

SOLVED THE DIFFICULTY. "No," said the" old shoemakeri, sternly, '"I will not do it.- Never-havoe I sold anything by false representa tions, and I ivill not begin now.;'-" For a. moment he was-silent, -and the shopman Who stood beforoe him could see that the better nature of his employer: was fighting'strongly for the right. "No," said the old man again, "I will not do it.. It is an inferior grade of shoe, and--I will never pass it offt as zmything better. So just mark it 'A shoe fit for a Queen,' and put .it ?in the. window. A queen, you know, does not have to do much walkizig." - "All reforr is. preceded by agitation, says the know-all, but most men will tell you that, the women who :agitate seldom reforn " them. - HIe: "I'm smoking a terrible lot of cigars lately. She: "If that's one of them, they are a terrible lot." -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 March 1914

i-YARRAM SHOW.I: edi.esday, March II, 1914.. Ti'NTRiES close Marclh3rd. . atoEii1 - ;'.tries close MarchTLli.:i : ' 'SPEOlAL, TRAIN-. froIm iLebngatha 7.20 a in, returning at 8 p?ni.m. C(Se posters;) ::Exhibits 1b:i Special :will be .judged:: Prize I iste and-Fntry For in fiors FRED C GRANO, Screftnir mHE ANNUAL 1Kerrenfa Picnic :- Will be held on ;. S ....E HAYES Wednes., A il Istpo Se ri nia'ESini :~.::;~ ilbo~hed~ no r~kio SM IRE OF WOORAYL TENDERS. ~ENDERS; Caddressed tohtte -President; will 'be-ireceived at??the Slire Hall, Leongrratha, 'up to .:1030 a.m. on .FRIDAY, 13tli Marchib 1914, for .the following contracts, viz.: 16/14 -, McDonald's Outilet :.." and Cpilvert ::at -iPilking-, o6/14G~l'-~-B~ridge. iEauthwok~s' . and Metalling: at Quiin's, Duimbalk. 43/14:- Asphalting st-eets, Leongatliha township. 4'4/14Earthwork And forma tion P.:NaLh's road, INer rena. S 45714-Ehrthrhork andl-:side cutting from Garvie's to -.-Allan's, Nerrena. , A6/14-Earthworik ianhd .form Sing Hendry...

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MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 March 1914

MARKET TRAIN 7 FI9TE TO LEDONGATHA.: Next Date, Thurs., March 19 Up A.M. Foster (dep.) Hoddle Ranige 9 19 Fish Creek - '9 2 Boys 9 34 BufIfalo - Stoin Cieek . -. 94 Mteeniya9 Tarwin ;10 Koonwarra -. --I 108 Leongatha (arr 10 30

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Dairying in Switzerland [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 March 1914

-'The ,oowK~ an~d hie~r;~produe app~ea r :to have beaten ;?ll ` otherdepartiiniti 'of Sagricultur e in Switzerland says - th agricultural corresponldent of.: The Yorkshire Post-.' According 'k"6 the Smost recent- publication obf "he { etal area of the couintry -slightly less than ten million acres, or half tse size of Scotland--only 5f1 millions ise cultivat ed, and odf this corn -occupies:'caly 256,000 acres,. and vineyards ,js 0'iS 0 acres. There re. p;actmcally iso for age crops in our sense of 'tid word, and no root crops, but a considerable area of grass. land.:- which p roduces large, crops in the valleys and abundanst grazing on the- mountains and 'their rower slopes. When we consider these figures we are amiazed at the fact that t?he dairy cows nuinber niearly'6800,000, /showing a continuious aiid maiked 'in crease year by year; SThe dirdector of the importaiit Dairy LSchool at Rutti estimates the caverage yield of the cows of the country- at 694 gallons, which is probably: ...

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SCRIPTURE STUDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 March 1914

SCRIPTURE STUDIES. A.MURD RED. RACB MURDERER TO DIE. Tet: .. .He [Satan. • ? ? i? ? • : r. .... ? i I"'Text':J?c lEe Saten] - " was a murderer. from .the 'beginning,. and abodle not in the . tut ih . . W hen he speaketh a lie, he Ispeaketh of his own; f or he is a liar, and .,-the - father of it" (John viii. 44). He ~aid: '._We lall know -that ,: I?tie ango's 0of heaven p•:- free- i froin thie - blights which caue asb6rrow on earth. Yet IPASTOR RUSSELLI Switibut question we-.all acknowledge that the same God who- nade uch- a splendid provision for the angels is our Maker. \\lhy should He have ione so differently with two creations of His own family-His own children? The Bible explains the reason for the difference is that the human. family - be came sinners through the disobedience of Faither Adam: that the Adamic race is mentally, morally and physically impaired; and that these impairments are all inci dental to the curse, or penalty, of sin "Dying, thou shalt die." Jesus declared ...

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A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 March 1914

T.he fortnightlyn meeting f:;the Le.ongatha^ branclih÷was: held' 6n', Monday. evening last One new meniber ' as electedi' The win dow dressing ,competition:-.or the prize . do nrate d byg!th:.1local branch for - best :.rindow displaying. Aus tIalian'-mande goods was: .won by the . Go-opeirative. "Store...: It was decided to start the AthiletioOClub again in' Atpril, whven-it 'is hoped that there will be. a large number: of: .m-meiers'; A-:. : smok i e; night social -is to. be. teidered to Mr ;Clanchy upon his- eleaving the district. :'"Tlis -s'ocial will be held in/the ':lodge roombi on - Monday, March 16th, when as many mem-' bers as possible :;are 'asked to attend . -. At the close of the: meeting the syllabus, item, : Discussion on Local -Matters," : took :.place. Several towhnmen were. present, and; soinme very :minteresting dis cussions.:' were: listenred ftop- The necessity.of. an: ambulance was brought vforward," and;, affter, dis cussion; it was decided to write to Korumburr...

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