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Quips and Quiddites of the Man in the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 March 1914

Quips and Quiddits.of tid he: Mian in te Street. - (By PoDARGtS.) :Onie of the ancient 'sbothsayers, . says i'Misfortunes never come singly -either" do twins. Both. these remarksi are :remarkably true.: Fortiinately the epidemics of.: accidenits 'Fwhich from time t'o timevisit some country towns, and.are qiite nnexplicabl e, appear dto pass away .1.Usuially after a . short -holiday the victims " re turnw-vith -restoreod health; and their strained. b-acks,:: muscles, knees, &c:;, are .once. more in working order. Observant readers of cou ntry, newspapers often note that if, say, Mi \fones sprains his an kle,Mr Brown, in a few days, hapiens to twist his k·neeand be fore the end of t?e wdeek " Robin son and a few more of 'em -have strains, twists, &c., bruise their big toes or otherwis~e damage some part of their " understand ing," or:i motive .powers; ..When the evil genius or genie cau'sing these- misfortunes passes, away trom one township,the next' one. apparently, g...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 March 1914

'SPORT- AND PASTIME. : THE TURF.' : ',-The V.R.C. -Autumnn meeting will be brought to.a oldse-to-mor row,-.when the Champion.. Stakes and-Steeplechase. will be theitwo principal avents to. be .decided. The first-named event is sure to attract a fair. amount of .interest, as -Radnor, Wallalo and Sea Prince are likely .to be starters. These three horses are in great buckle at present, and the event looks like going. to,:: . . - RADNOR, With Wallalo next best. STEEPLEOHASE. Tihto . . Y'Vanguard . . . 2 Pladda' : 3.. 3 As anticipated in this, column on Tuesday .last, the Aistralian Cup was won by Wallalo, who started second favorite at 9 to 2. Ukli was ?secdnd,' and' Calamus third. The :';race: :.was run: in!d record time owing to the pace set by Ukiwho'led till well into:the straight,: but Wallalo cýame very fas"i near the finish,: arid -won easily .-. . WVorak .oce again- demonl strated his" siperiority -.over- the two-year-olds .in the Ascot .Vale Stakes, at Flemington on Tuesdayl. H...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FAT CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 March 1914

. - FAT. CATTLE. T'he Leongatha district at the present time? is supplying a good: percentage of tihe fat cattle in the Flemington -mfarket.: Last week 38 :truicks of. cattle, were seint, and on Thlursday an eqqal numn ber.i Following are the -prices obtained : -Bulloclks--84, -R. :F. McIldoef :- Authoringa, Leoi g?that6 .'£1117s 6, averaging £10 :14s -6d;, 52, :exec u tores late Alexander Lanidale; Boorool- t £11l17s 6d, :averaging :£10-9s id:; 1.1-, D:. W. SCampbell,.: Argyle; '.-t £9 5si raveraging :-£9; 10, Alexd. Alla n,-:at· £11 5s9 .l,:Th os. Bowle~, at £11- 2s :6d 9;9 Mrs B.? Begg, Ruby Bank, at £10 15s :i12, Mrs Shingleir, .:Koorooinman iGtringe; tbo £9 10s, averaging £9 2s 9d; 12 A J;- Hall, Allambee; at £7 :12s 6di 8 Eccles Bros, ;Na~iarook, at £10 ~ 17s 6d;: 52, Wm. ~McPherson, Moniit?Vernon to £110. 15s, aver~. aging £9 8s 2d I1,!- Lester Bros, to .?1017s ?6d, ?veragiifn-lg£0 g 13s 5d, :Ii :Robert Lest.;er Leongatha, to £10 15s, averaging £10 5s ( 40 Camnpbell Bros, Mar...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 March 1914

AISRECEIVED AND DES PATCHED FlOM ~LEONGATHA ToMeIrnl e & Koruiburr 7am & 45 p~m Al:sitations t Leonata South Mon e r 11 45 a~m -Tues., Thus at McKuinonosfR 0'-. rues. T hsi1 a WVheelan sR0 Koorooman nEat • Tues IThur Sat U a m Mairda?t Suth Wooien:IRO Trie~s~ Thurs at. 11 rt ' :Tiu;:lat;' :::..?ll .?0:a'?m Fi aiconie s1.0. Toe9. Thurs Sat. 11 40am Hog 'ns Rio 'loe Thur-Saft t~ .? :11430 ,?pm. ~IM.io~u~nt -Eccle :;Tue~ c9·s & S latuday ·:_12i30 pm I s~arp sei. ~ k RO Tarwun to Tarwinx Lower, and Cashins loose lbag Ti es i.;Thiurs. a 12 n Stondy Creekl to :Doillar,: Fudge's R.O0 Scott'a H 0 &8 Mirboo Sth. M oni Wed &Fri.121 30 m. Meeni~yan to Dombvilalki Nerren'a Eaist, Woorayl, Dodld s and Murboo ' MonWed Fri 1pm. M onday : . n.m, Fish Creel to Waratah N afndil Walkerville - : ! Tues, Thurs::Sa 1. p.m.i

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 March 1914

CRICKET. The matclh. etween; Lardner s and .-Neal'steQims -resuilted :in a win for the latter. :It was" very disappointin g to see such a poor- at teidanlace of chosei players$- Both teamis .wer? sh'ordt-bahnded;:, Lard nr~ibhav'ifig only:six menb and Neal tena Scores;:::. , : :c::::i8 LAUDNER S TEAM Ladner, b CainB . 22 Gregoty, b Cair 14 Pearce' , kCotter . ..3 Marshall, not.f out,1.:..: -.-. 1. Warfe b Caini . 0 iow ai:n . :??. :Eambee. ahi;id a~i .loal;eevn;-t-b yundries 6 Bowl gaeing. C tiui 4 ti'iketv for 23 runs Cottr 1 for 17 NEAL S TEAM Shaw , b arduer 12 1914_6~j~ is here an?~-J~:~id yu ill'2 retu iarieg ad ab Gregory 17ve Cotterc bt Lardner 24 Carine not out 5l6L.."mt 5la Prsolay, Marsh 10 ea te SIclas bI ardtier 17 Nickles istbo d Lairier reh fNel cn b Lard no 0 Footech Pa ha 8e b Edneey, D a local eledne to be eep stock 1d lrm accounts. Don't 148dy arh1t.Te~swl Bowling Larnet6 icet Marshunts for £50,0Pare0. fr Aorge hooks and lines for the river. e alwaybe aopdlar loal ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 March 1914

OORRESPONDENCEO Sin I would keg b space in youi .corresponiidence' columri to :thank iwho?ver. was kind 'enoiigh to insert Sithe:paragraphi:riesevering y con'n = inectio w:mithi the:-TC00.; also to compient onia: few of -the riemarlks coii~ii~edii "-Tailend'ls'4etter of ithe 27th ivith efereeice:to me ,using the cluobs tools I may mention i:that-the major- portio of ::the i-:material was purchased :while:I? w:::as :'a memiber of the T.C:C;0 , and therefore considered. that' everi that c:: lubliould r?ise no objectiorn to my ::;use of ifaterial odcasionallys I-am Srather surprised that thisli has given grievous offeice to Tailend!' * . W:.ith regaid to services offei'ed: to :::other chlUbs I enjoy thie privilege of being a free aenitin Tlarwin Lower, : .:ahd therefore please myself; wien. S.offering my services to any club. I ::liavealivays played. cricketjfo. the i-love of the game, and hope.to con -::-ti?iue iii the same spirit;. " Tail e:i nd" 's otheir suggestions are un .worthy ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 March 1914

-Pioneer Saddlery. WI, FIELD ]5esires to announce that he has rurchased the SADDLERY BUSINESS carried on by Mn 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 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. Hiorsehair bought in any quantity. Highest price given. WO LFE'S AROMATIC SCHNAPPS .'?, . .;1GI ' G.. " IVES SA.I- TISFACTION. :-as a Beverage:: _ as aETOni Avoid Couinterfe its S.: PECIAL NOTICE (TO:.: LADIES. 1TTILL Ladies kindly note tha?'in SV..future MRS DI. M. CLIFFORDi: Superintendient o.f the' ." Na7tura.'. Health Co., Melbouine, nillvisit Kor umburra the second FRIDAY in. every month; and maybe seen at the Victaria Hotel from 9 a.inm. to 3.45jp.m.'Mrs Clifford.? wil give ladies -no' enjbying good health- the benefit of her great experience, and exp...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Wedding. ROBBINS—TREASE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 March 1914

Wedding. ROBBINS TREASE. Much localinterest was centred in the marriage of Miss COlara Milva Trease and Mr Thomas .Edward Robbins, which was solemnised in - the Dumbalk Methodist Ch'urch on Wednes day ,January 28th the officiating minister being the Rev W leamner) assisted -'by Mr G Mforris-. Frieinds and well-wisheirs hiad ^very tastefully decorated the c:itirch; The bride looked charm-. n.ingaina dierss of crepe de chene, trimimed with fine ivory guipure lace, with' customary wreath of orange -blossom oand bridal. veil.' The.- .bridesmai'ds -- Misses G. Trease -anl' M.: Nicholas-wore dressesf tfcre-he voile, withl trim ming of fit e net and guip ure lace, and carried ciro6ks-tri m ed with. sweetf- peas,:* ipink roses, and a's Iparagus. fern. . The bride widvs given. away,.by :her '.fattler, a-nd iMVr W. :Robbins acted as best:man, with M1r _A.. Tredse ;gfbormsinan. After the ceremonya- large nu ri ber of guests drove to the resi deboce of the parents of the bride; where a most enj...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 March 1914

',ThIee is a State plantitijun, of 1;100 acres.lunde? pines at Fr? nk ston. . The' Hi ndu problemi n Briis Columbia has reachea an acute tageL, S.: Thle Czar of 'Russia is condu ct iR an: a'ctiv e ahinti liqu ur ;camn Britain. hasin store 'il, fuel for .Vthr~ee year6f-peace one ye.. ar . ofwar '" ^ ' Toi Mann has beerin enaged .to S. go to South gAfrica' t organise the workers there.. .The petrol-tank of. :motor car at Hamilto6nexploded, and the.car ' ,as destroyed. : Britain hasa great aridgrowing Ssuperiority over Germany?? a"id France in seaDlanes . SAt the Oxford Univerisit' sports a West Australiiatii??inthe long jump, cleared 22ft. 4in.: ' Greece is finding the Islands given her by the. Powers to -bea rose with many thorns:'. Great' public demonstrations: in :Berlin against the "British American Tobacco Trust. - . Customs and excise revenue for Sthe currenty6ar promises to show S:.,a deficit of over £800,000. , . iThe 'Germa'i Navy League fore ;- :i-caits a freshs'German campa...

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CHIVALRY REWARDED. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 March 1914

OHIVALRY REWARDED. An old lady,- laden with her Christ mnias'?shopling, was struggling along Son of :the. main thoroughfares of a large town on a Saturday evening. ,lSuddenly, out of her.bag, which_ hbad sprung open, rolled a shilling.- A gen tleman: who was--p ssn seeing her sbrry plight, quickly nd::gallantly b?bnt to recover the coin· and restore same to its owner; . . But, to his astoniishmenit'' the oid: dame hurriedly planted. a -broad :aiidan nample 2 foot over ,.thi: imuddy shilling, while :she :exolame? ? ind accenits.lbud gnd: triuinphant-- -' , "No you dont'fi.my ifineil Ir- I ias one, too many for you itjiat: timeo irasn't IP " The carrot hias a deep rooting habit, iiid: great care should; be exercised ln ihe prepiastioini of i good tilth. OThia; leu-irble result id hastfened Ab xpos hig. the lcind :in a ,somiilewhant: iud e co 'lition, so -that it readily .-breaks- dwin o tbo weathe:? e? oit: i?? So i des t~~ti 'desiitte irime: does: not gro carrots to the aest advantfa...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARKETS. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 March 1914

MARKETS. S -WOOL. ; . Goldsbrough; Mort & Co. Ltd. offere'd'last week 1000 bales, chiiefly oddinents, both greasy and scoured. A , very -firin..market ,was experienced- for. 'all greasy wools,- prices ruling.from par .to fivep.er cent. above the highest rates of the- season, buit scourted descriptions: sold soieewhat- in differently. .The .Honide.. trade were very keen: buyers,-. Greasy sold to 12d for merino, comeback IS23d,c.srossbred 13d, and scoured merino to- 20d. -ý . ' - . ":

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

M'Cartinr& . :'..eonlgatiha. i Sheep and Cattle Salesmten Stock Station, Land & Financial Agents. CATTLE SALES, 1914. Leoingathal Korumb'r Ferur Thuirs. Friday. .February ...- 5 19:. 13 27 :March :. 5 19 ..13 27 April ,. 2 16 30 24 May 14 28 ..8 22 June :.:..1:.1 -25 .. :5 19 ily . 9 23 ... 3 17 August' 6 6"20 .. 14 28 September ... 3-17 11 25 October . 1 15 29 9 23 November .:12 26 -;.." :.20 December ... 10 24" , : 4 18 'Denotes First Sale. Agents for Sun ire Officei Colonial Mutual Life; National Trustees, iExecu tars and Agency Co. Head office, Leongatha, Branch office K: orumburra. Loans Negotiated. Phon 28, Leongatlih. OUR NEXT SA.E ON THURSDAY, 19TH MARCH Fine Town Property. TO LET ON LEASE. - "cCARTIN & CO~ have'received in' I¥ structions from MR FRANK GOOCH to invite Tenders for theLease ;for a period of 3 years, of his new Queen S Anne Villa Residence in. McCartin S.street, Leongatha, recently erected by 'him for his own use, together. with either 1...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Farewell Social. DEPARTURE OF MRS M. ALLISON AND FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 March 1914

Farewell Social a DEPARTURE OF MRS M v SALLISON AND FAMILY. On W~me'dnesday e~vening `lst s ·'a' c large2 and- representative gath er iio assemkbledTia the Lieonfgatha Mechanics' :i Hall to; hid :farewell i to Mrs EMatte w Allison l an0d family hto whomd a sooial wias teaidered. Thei late Matthbew. A:llison was' onehoftr e eariest settllrs inl..tie district, seledting ithen vir forese overed?hi e wnhol of-th et Woorayl Shit eanaild sawthle ton f leongathia grad iially't eistablished, utitil, seveni years back,?h e was called to the Great Beyond Owing to ill; health iti the family, Mrs Allisoin is reluctanitly compelled to seelka drier climate anid as a meansr of bringing iher fIrie nds ogethier to wishi her good-bye, a social was arranged. This lady tind memhb.ers of hler family have alwalys: been devoted church workers, and have assisted every deseirvinig move rfhent in the town, and it vias only to be Lexpected that a laige nump ber of people would lbe present on the 4th instant. ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 6 March 1914

There. is every -indicatioin that the great political battle is at hand.- The:-. last' issue of ,the "-Worker," which is the mdst ii fluentialj..of all the Labor organs, contained little of--any con sequence save. repeated: calls -to arims Again- and again, on this page and on that, it warned memi bers of the Labor Party that they must be in: their places ready to fight, detirmined to win. There is little doubt that the reply will be prompt; the Party has its first line, four hundred thousand adult unionists, who: may be regarded as regulars, and behind them it has its volunteers; Happily it is likely that solidarity will be se cured in the Liberal camp. The three TLiberal Leagues hahe:united to select cafdidates for the six Senate seats which will be vacant when ' the- -dbuble, dissolution comas. -The arrangefnents.-made for the selection of the six are necess'ary un'der the party systein forced- on- Australia .by -Labor. Each of the three Leagues, the Womens' National, the Peoples...

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

fetoeyaclcolok,     FIRE!   FIRE! CRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY TEMPORARY PREMISES IN   SNELL 'S BUILDINGS,   Two Doors From Old Corner, NEW Stock Stationery, Con fectionery and School Books to hand, together: with our usual supply of Newspapers and Maga zines. Tickets for Eight Hours' and Druids' Art Unions.   :-. IDo You Want Good Value o For Your Money? ? 'PRICES RIGHT. IF SO, CALL ON S: -T. H. COCHRAN, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS : Coppersmiths, Etc.) * LATE R. H. SI ON,, PLUiUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, :-'OR' the Following Lines:--TANKS, TROUGHS, and: BATHS, and all Iron ' Work in connection with Houses and Farms. Windmills supplied and erected. Dairy Utensils manufactured on the premises. Cycles inew and second lhand); Cash or-Terms. Sundries kept in stock; good assortment.- Repairs of al 'des?riptions promptly' executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and Other Metals) done S Sewing...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 March 1914

Mall Service PATCH ED. +TFROM 6.:LEONGATHA[..i. Closing Hor Korbrra iii7t i a7m & 8 45.i All statons o - Port Albert 10 45+'; . Leongat M iiboo North- -..: , Tues. ThurstBi 4S?u lair I ardan - Tues... Thurs.sat 11,a;m McKinnon.',RO . Tues., Thuri., Sat .. a.m WTheelan's :REO.- ::: . Tues., Thurs., Sa t: a-i .m._: Kooroomanl E.ast.:-:.i - Tues., Thiurei.,Sat,, i ..::::7a 7 Maidan Soutth"-::: " -:i: To s-TfhuraSat.2 p.m. Wooreen R: O.:0::':.I l .:ues· Thura iSat.. 1i1:4l0 a Francomn'? R10 -C :.Tues.;; ThursS.,Sat. 11 40 iam. Hog: -.and s O TuesThurs., Sat. £1140p:m. T-raiynt eet i-a iiwlr?Lower, 'nd Cashin a loose bag Toes. Thurs.,-Sat. 12.no Stoniy Creek to ADolar, .Fidge's i.O:R0:.,Scott'.T::-: R.O0 & Mirboo Sth . :Mon; Wed: & ,Fri. i2 30.p.. Meeniyan to Dualkomalk .Nerrena EastWoorayl,. Diodd'siand Mirboo- . - Mwon; Wed Fri 1 pn' Fish Creek toYanakdie :Monkda . 1 p.m. ~Fi1i1fCriek to Waritahl .~ anid (Wa lkerville - IToes. thurs ,Sat ~1p.m ' ____________:_._...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 March 1914

Poee ;~YI Saddlery ,?' ' ?~'T; SIFIELD :Desires to announce VY i :?-'?y..yrthiat he has I urchased the ~ 8ADDLERY BUSINESS carried on by : MB Gr A. SAYERS during the past 14 years, and hopes for a continuance of the liberal support accorded to his predecessor. ?- .- The proprietor has beer employed by Mr -~S'' ayers during the past 12 months, wi . hich is a guarantee that he is a com : petent tradesman in all branches. i:: All Saddlery requisites kept in stock :: Repairs a Specialty. : Horsehair bought in any quantity Highest price given. E.S. CALLANIAN SMember ot 'he Aie-istralian College of Dentistry and :-:.Melbourne DentalHospital. ::': McCARTIN-ST., -LEONGATHA. S -DENTIST, '. May be consulted- da~ilv y --: (except as under) :Stony Creek, Tuesday, March 10. Fester, Wednesday, March 18. Fish Creek, Tuesday, March 24. DE..:.: NTISTRY.: :: McGOWAN. .and QDUE, (Reco?ded by thie Dental Board of Vic toria).- All iasses of Dentistryi-..:: : Painlessiextractionis, 2/6 Hoursi, 9a.m. to, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 March 1914

J jOST, Silver-plate. Tinker .NA~TE: OUR iaBAND. 7:Reward. BANK OF -IYi Ro iA : -. ,- - ".:- ': .:: . Pigs and Calves A TR:UCK of :PIGS andsi SCALVES willi leave -lKoon warra,,; Lebngatha and Rubs.. ori !1TUESDA-Y, :;Marc f47thi,: oon slgned ?6. Messri:-".'6A]5YA:MN, STRE Tte1-8 CO., : iyii-: S EDWD. NELSON, A - - genet . Shire .of Woorayl. Wed nesda Ma II h . Aht12j`~'oon.-~I' " 1 Brindle and White Cow EDW. NELSON, ______ Pounidkeeper. SHIRE OFWOORAYL T 'i ENDERS . r ENDERS i(-addressed·: -ti he -:Preside'it, will''be received at the. Shire. Hall, Leongatha; up to -:1030 a.n::ori -FRIDAYi, 13th March,- 1914 for the following contracts, viz.:-: 16/14 -" McDonald's Outlet Sand Culvert at Pilking . ton's, Mount Eccles. ' .:6/14 Bridge,: Earthworksk S-and Metalling.at Quin's, Dumbalk. "43/14 -- Asphaltngstg i'ets, --- Leongatlia township. : .: 44/i4 Earthiwork' ani forim:a :.tion P. Nash's r?id, Ner renar 45/14-Eitrthoor-? a-id n side cuttiing from Gar.vie 's to Allans;', Nerred a.jr, ...

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MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 March 1914

MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATI-A. Next Date Tburs. Marchl1 7::Kooinwarra': 1:.".>:7::" ?¢0.8"i" .:::Leongathia n i .i:,?. 1,i?,:p.0.80 .. G:. eel0-ngj a-Melbou'r ne pilot(age eadie Range 9.19 totalled £784.13s 8di".' ?U:-7:: Byudge .Bo3 4ys-th State should Boravidelo .40-fund , prevent ladi ~.Son Ceei .4 eienuti ten o defec -. HKoonwhas drubaless s 10ffered. . L:·3eongatha (~aii;): :':~·'10.30 : . G ee~long ant d Melbourne p!ildtage receip'~:jts \:for.i Febrjiuary am~ouiited to £~3 635 13s lid 'Plots' expenses· totalled £784 13s Od,·:. :- · J~udge Box Sarys .the State should ·provide a s~fund to prevent ladies conditucting~ their 'own· defenice.-~ He~has double8jss su~tffeed;

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Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 March 1914

S:.iPostal Information. - -AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA; LETTERS. in. d Within Commonwealth and - .>all places in British-Em Spire, per f ounce .. 0 1 E !ach additional ½oz. 0 1 POST CARDS. Within Commonrwealth and all places in British Em pire, single, each . ; 0 " 1 Reply, each half .. .. 1 To all other places, single. 1½ Reply cards .. ..; 0 3 NEWSPAPERS, Within Commonwealth and New Zealand, for every-: newspaper, up to 10os.. 0, Newspapers printed outside the Commonwealth are subject to maga. Sine rates of postage. . United Kingdom-Not ex. ,ceeding 8oz., each news. paper ... 0 1 Each additional 20o. .. 0½ For transmission wholly by sea perOrient and: P, and O. steamers,.6oz 0.. .0 1 Other places, not exceeding 4ozs. 0 1 S Each additional20z. ... 0½f - . ?Bosooxs;- . Within the Commonwealth, or books printed in Aus tralia, per 8ozs. or part- 0 Printed outside -Australia, per. 4ozs., or part theieof 0, STo New Zealand, per 4ozs. 0 1 To all other places, per 2ozs. 0 ' CATALOGUES...

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