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Leongatha Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 March 1914

aanes of suliscilb.r-:--" S-:: Pec? ? Sons '-iCti.krsL 6 J M Ml~olloy chebmist 7. P iJhnson bttuhueri. 8. Di H Tode ph3i Wanliy. 9, Niure Morris,, pivate hospti 10. Lardnei & Co ionirnmongeri. -11. ColviRin &0o., dCiapers.: . 12 A: E. Edniey: storil.t'epev'-' 13. Rossiter & Cu, STAROffice :14: Peair'ce & arrattill butchers: : 15 S. 5Maddern,Commercial Hotel S 16.Neal B'os;istrlekeepers. 17: R. Bair, Otago Hitel. ; 18. E: Manderi, agent. 19. Nurse:Good; private hospital. 2'0.: Rev.P J Cobyne Presbytery. *21. J.:W. Rumpf, pilvate residence ?22. J. McFarlane, coachbui der.' 23. E.: .cNa'mara, baTker. i 21. H. Kelly, undertakeir 25. Jno. Lardner,private?esidence 26. Dr Pern; physician. : :: 27. E. A..O6le, auction marti 28. Mcartin & Co, auctioneers. 29. I. J. Ke`ivish, " San Office. 30. P: Johnson's slaughter yards. : 31. McGowan & Duei enteists 32- J-Ico'rilayr, :J y.cartiaer.. • .,:?*:-'?. "... -; : Ih~'.l m ?-, . .. - .i 1. · ; : 'i33....

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church of England. MEETING OF THE RURIDECANAL CHAPTER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 March 1914

CIhurch of r England, MEETING OF THE RURI DECTNAL CHAPTER. The annual' meeting. of the Sd'uth. Gippslaid : Rurt~Decatial Chapter was held in' Leongatha on Tuesday and- Wednesday last. Therewere' preseht :thh Revs. A. R. Raymond (Wonthaggi, Rural Dean), H. J...Harveyi (Leongatha), M. J. Opper (Lang Lang), J. T' . Blundell (Meeniyan),:: G. W?: Blanchard (Outtri n), H. G. White (Korumburira), and G. :Cox (Yar ram; Cha~iter. Clerk), and Messrs Beasley (Tobra), :and A. G. Powell .Thi':?minutes o fl: the previous meeting were"6on'firip'lid, andid cor respon'dence, including apologies from Revs. H. O. Watson (Lobch), A. J. Smith (Foster);X W. Backoler (Mirboo North), and MI. W G. Backhouse-(Thorpdale) were re ceived.' . SAfter'discussion as to place :ahd date'of next meeting, it. wa- re solved that it be'held at' Yarram on . October:. 14th to l16th. The subject for .Bible study at tha~t imeetifng will the,:Epistle to the Phillipians. ?In the course of the business letters of syminpathy wer...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 March 1914

SPORT AND ASTEME.: :!.':THE TUR;F.2 .: As was anticipated in this coluriin on :Fi:da8ythe t:wo prin cipal events .at Flemington. on Saturday-the, Champion Stakes and Steeplechase-w.ere won i:bv Radnor.and Tinto respectively, both -of whom started favorite. Both horses won their races easily, and Radnor put up a record for the Champion, in which- The Parisian was secoqnd, anT Prize fighterthird. The following selections may be near the mark for the races.at Mo6nee-., Valley to-morrow : Hurdle Race--The Vet oro Gom'-. monwealth. Two-?eai'-Old'Han dicap - Crucis o?- LiidBdzan Valley .Handicap-Recaller. or Moniodia. .Welter Handicap Lord TUcki or Somaiisco. March Platije Preious or Diel. March P:eurse-~ Noble -Bonnie_ or -Miss

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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CORRESPONDENCE. BISHOP PHELAN AND THE SCRIPTURE CAMPAIGN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 March 1914

CoRRESPONDENOB. BISHOP PHELAN -AND THEt .-:.SCRIPTURE CAMPAIGN:: :1;·I-~ITO THE: EDITOR. SIRm Tere are aome' tbingsi Bistihop Phelahn'saddress that. call for corimenit. -It istnot utln atural for th e ..Bishop ito" quote: .with e,'ident gustb. somde ~eneral comr mendatdry -remarks c 'oncerning thiet Roman ealtholic T exiibits inI the a .NA: A isplay iiin: t Mel boIdu rne:-Exhibition; but the Bishop fails to:r~alise' thait- a comparisoh beitween the work done in Convent s·chools i:-having the s'tatis :dof secondary schools, with thait dbne in State Primiaryj schools;, is not equal: :i n stihdaird;.; It.: is also difficult.' to ..discern --how' "these artifically- perfected exhiolts " Strengthen "the Roman Catholic claim "for a, separate denomina tidnal ;grant.' It deceives rio .one of average brain power to pretend: that the religous, sectarian motive has ho place in this pleaiand, that the demand is purely a" secular " one,. in face of _the fact: that "'secular " eduoation -is aliea...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 March 1914

:~ :: --:SMOK;E ~:.DRIFTT: · Revolutionary f11 hng in Briai is spreadin ftowards th capitd The wharves ot the'Yaira are still mfostly lijghted b kerosene The Suez Canal is to Rbedeep ened to admit vessels of i draught of 33ft. Mr Fisher declaries sooabBun -rest to be onie of the; surest sin ofprogriss. C -.An avalandchein the TvrlI over whelned -17 Sw iss soldiers during man'ceuvres . The report' that arms made 'at the Litbgow factoryvwere defective is officially.denied. :: : Steady progress is: being made with the railway line :frbm Pdrt Augusta to Ktalgooarlef RS I Judge A'Be ckett Ci s irled that. a gun is not. a gun if it be taken to pieces or be in a cas'e. M-ilitary drill halls in Canada are often. two stibreyshliigb,' and cost as much as £15,000. : Sir. Ernest Shackleton hias: re ceived £50,000 towards the cost o his Antarctic expedition. A new contract is. to. be made with West Australia for sleepers for the E. and W. W ailway. . AMr J. G. Balsillie.is arousing -.interest ab...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Madame Conly Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 March 1914

M'-adame Conly?Concert. :On Friday:next the residents of Meeniyar and- the sturrouriding dis trict will. have an opportunity.of heaiing the bestcompany of singers that has ever appeare'd in:.the Meeniyan Hall. Madame Lena Conly, who is the leading soprano of Australia at. the-present time, commences her South Gippsland tour this week; when the risidents all along the line will have an opportunity of attending a high class concert within easy distance ?rini home, in lieid of.-haiving to make a :special trip to Melbourne to hear an artist of such repute as Madame Conly. She has drawn crowded houses at all the.leading cities and towns in the Common wealth; and most flattering Press notices have appeared after each concert. The :Hobart " Mercury" gtates that" Sing, Sweet Bird," "en trusted to Madame Conly, is lavish ly embellished, her trillinig being of the purest quality; and added to riehly-sustained notes, this popular item was a triumph of the vocalist's art." The concert, besides ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
District News. MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 March 1914

D% fiistrict Nrws: ^ :MEENIYANT;' * .i Ameeting of the commiittee of ;he-Mechanics' Irstituitiitwas held i;-on iWednesday evenihn last, the presiden, iti, I G.ýHpw, .being in .theichair The business was the dealing wiit tenders for the :painting;of th :h all-. There were ; six tenideisi'received, and that of MJas Dunnii of, Meeniyan, ?bi~ig the lowest, l it was accepted. :i;:;A: meeting of the sports com ntiitteev was held on Wednesday ?:;ieveni'ng~i the president (Mr W. J. ' lFareir6ibeing. in- the chair. -; Thdere was a very largeo atenrid :anie whioh: aui?gurs well for the.: ic~?icess of the.: sports on: the 25th, -i1?sti~at.?: iSub-committees' were aippoiited to carry out the various ::evenits.: iMir C. J. Gribbin wad. aidppointed joint secretary with Mr McLean. ?:-iAn- officer from the Defence iDepartmenft was here on Wednes '.:day last, and was showh over the ,-proposed rifle range by the acting i~secretary, Mr C. J. Gribbin, and 'eixpressed himself very satisfied Swiththe pos...

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MARKETS. GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 March 1914

MARKETS. . GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING- CO.'S REPORT.: Butter-Choicest Gippsland re alised; is 2d, ch6ice is id to is i4d, occasionally higher, good:to - prime is to isYWd; seconds 10i4) to 11d, .heated and inferior lots lower, separators 9½d to 10d, and dairies72d to 8d. Cheese-Loaf realising 6Yd to 6Ad, medium sizes 6d to 6jd; medium qualities lower, Isemi-matured 6d to 6'd, ma&tured 7/d to 8d. Eggs-Store keepers lines sold at 10d to ild per dozen, privates ls to-ls ld, ane specials up to 18 :2diper dozen. Bacon-Prime light .sides -10d to 10i d, inedium w.ieiglits 94d, heavies lower, mniddles iO~d to ild, hams 1is to ls id.. Wheat F.A.Q. Ss 10d to:3s 10i d. Oats Milling :s 1Od to is 1OYd, feed is 9d to is 9½d for best, ls.6%d to. is 7:.dlfor medium. Maize The ddmiand is qiiet at 3s 7'd to 3s 8d: Potatoes- Primd Carmans 'are i:slling from :£2 15s to £4. Onions -£6 lOCs Chaff- Prime . oaten ii£o 2s .6d to£3 5s, anid good at £3,. but. lower grades are very. dificuiilt to c...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 March 1914

ORIOR~ET·. The last mtch of the second last . round will be played. to-morrow, ; the opposing teams being; Bond's :and Neal's. Bond's' team-Grant, Bo.d.",': Mesley, O'Meara, Munro, :Richards, A-i-berdeen:, 'Fletcher, 3egg, Brumley, ]Edney, Neals teain-Ne'al, Cain, Scholes, Shaw i(2);,holles. Foote-Griggs<Bruin l1eypiOotter, Prout,Nickless, Edney, Cabill

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MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 March 1914

MELBOIUR1NE PIG MARKET. A! damson, Strettle & Co, report: 2,650 yarded.: Stores-Best bacon stores 33s tbo 42s, seconds from 25s, slips from~i22s, :--giokes from-14s to? 18s; :Porkers-Prime heavy 40s to 48s, -prime light'32s to 37s, Bacon pigs- Prime heavy 75s to ~84s,: a few pens of extra weight :and quality-to. 88s, prime medium 66s to:..70s, prime light from 54s, inferibr ..and half-fat sorts from 45s.:- :Backfatters-Best extra -: heavy sows £6 5s to £7 2s 6d, prime. weighty £4 5s to £5-5s,.. : rough.. and .:.staggy- sorts from. 45s

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

M'O artin & Col Leongatha. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, Stock, Station, Land & Financial Agents. C 0 TTILE SA LES, 19 Leonigath? Korumb'ra. -"· ·->:,: 7:-.:' Thurs:e Frida;y; ..March?;"% .. 19' 13 27 April" ".:'2 16" :i30' · ,' -ii24 :.: ."-"-M~y- !:>k??? 14')28 8' -L.- s:22: - - July);:"." ..:9"-28" :?g- 3 :17 31. A '.Auguist 6 20 14 28 ,- Septembei ... 3 17 - 11 25 * October: .. 1 -15 29 9: 23.: November ..i 12 =26". 6 '620-. -: December .. 10- 24' -.::.: 4 -18.' * .* - DenotesFirst Sale: . * e~nt Sor Suin tire Office [Colonial Mutual Life; NationaslTrustees, Execur " tare and Agency Co. : ' - .Head ofiice, Leongatha,- Branchli office SKorumburra. -:- . 'Loans Negotiated Phdne 28, Leongatia. OUR NEXT SALE O THURSDAY 19TH MAlRCH TO-MORROW, f . cCARTIN- & CO. have beem in l-:: ..--::.11L setructed by;. MR FRANK GOOCK,000H S-°.,':.McCartinh teet,. Leonghtha, to sell by ::" -'-auction'at his r'esidence, at 2.p.m.;:, the ': :<?whole of -his- HIGH-...

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

FI RE FI RE! CRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY TEMPORARY PRETSESI -SNELL'S BU.ILDINGS, - NEW Stock Stationery, -Con fectionery and School Books to hand, together with our usual supply of Newspapers and Maga ---: Szines. - Ticket$ for EightHours' aid SDruids' Art Unions. '' Do. You;Want' GoodY Value For Your Mohiieyi ?: PRICES RIGHT.• IF SO, CALL ON T. H. 0OCHRAN, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERE Coppersmiths, Etc.) L~aTE . R. H. SIMON, PLIUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, F OR the Following Lines :-TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS and all Irobn S-Tork :in connection with Houses and Farms. Windmills suipplied and erected. :Dairy Utensils manufactured on the premises. Cycles new and second hand), Cash or Terms. Sundries kept in stock; good assortment. Repairs of al descriiptions promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and Qther:Metals) done Seming Miachnes repaired:;. Satisfaction guaranteed. S..:HOT and COLD 'WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERATING, and :SEWARAGE CONNECTIONS.ITAID ON. ...

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Leongatha High School. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 March 1914

Leongatha High School? . The usual meeting of the| council of the above sch6ol was held in the lodge room- of the Mechanics' Institute on Friday evening last, when there were present-Messrs P. Johnson (in the chair), G. E. Matthewman, G. F. Michael, S. C. Wilson, A. E. Nelson, W. Russell, J. Ecoles, J. M. Molloy, Kewish, and the secre tary (Mr A. Mesley). The minutes of thb preceding ineeting were read and approved on the motion of Messra Eccles and Wilson. CORRESPONDENCE.; : From the .Deparnedntof Edu cation, stating thai in- conhidera tion "of representations; m ade by Mr G. ;F.: Michael, throuiigh Mr J. ;E.'Mackey, M.P., an addi tional'sum iof £50 was mai e avail able for the-purchase of cattle, 0on the understandinrg tlat-no firthler increase'would'be graqnted. Re ceived.:; *:. J: J :; Willoughby, 'rekretting his inability to get. away: diuring the presentn :month for the pur chase -of s-tock for the -High School, and- suggesting that the necessary. purchases be made. by :the co...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 10 March 1914

As regards legislation -the ;hands. of thie :Cook Ministry; are tied; uiit in the .matter of adminvistira tionrit has done, and can continue to do, Australia yeoman's service. The man who devotes but a frac tion-of his scant leisure to. tlh study of politics is apt to attach supreme importance to this, that; or the other tmeasure. - Yet:a moment's reflection shouldstiffice to convince him that the running of the G.P.O., the .construction' and the working of greatrailway systems, the framing :of tariffs with the proper valuation oim: ports, are :purely. business mat-: ters., Whether tens of thousands are saved or.: are flung away -'is purely a matter of .management, depends on the man at top and his heads of departments as surely: as. does the successof arny private concern in the .Coninon: wealth.: For its appointment,, of three able and impartial men -as Inter-State Commissioners, the Cook, Ministry ,deserves the heartiest thanks of the taxpayer; Mr A."B. Piddington and his col lea...

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HARNESSING THE TIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914

HARNESSING. THE TIDE. The energy of the tides utilised in scientific manner, says the "Satur, day Evening Post," is a new threaten ed competitol of coal. Whether the tide is high or low, the new plants will work without interruption; so they show about as much adavance over the old tidal water-wheels strung along the Atlantic Coast as the mod ern hydro-electric plant does over the old grist-mill wheel. There is a plan on foot to build immediately at 7u sum, Germany, a tidal power-plant of this new order, to compete with coal energy. It is to develop by day and pight more than six thousand horse power. Engineers who have looked isto the subject think it entirely like ly that this experiment will show that electricity can be generated more cheaply on many coasts than by coal plants at present coal prices. At Husum it has been found that the normal difference between high tide and low tide is ten feet and 85 hundredths. Tides are often much higher than that, but the added height is of ...

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

Pioneer Saddlery. T:XT .FIELD Desires to ?announce :-7V-.that :ihe has Jurchased the . SADDLERY BUSINESS carried on by .M- G . A. SAYERS during the past :14 years, apd :hopes for a continuance Sof the liberal support accorded to his - Ipredecessor. The proprietor has been employed by KMr Sayers during the past 12 months, which is a guarantee that he is a com Spetent tradesman in all branches, All Baddlery requiesites kept.in stdock Repairs a Specialty, Horsehair bought in any quantity. .fghest price given, Thos. Collis, :GENERAL CARRIER; , Leongatha. ESIRES to announce that h"e is Sstarting for himself as a General Carrier, and hopes by prompt attention to business to secure d fair share bof public patronace. RAILWAY STATTON ATTENDED. 'Goods Received arind Despatched::' Furniture Removed. Firewood BuSppied Wise's >Poit Offce Direc. tory of All Victoria 1914.: STHIS well-known and notable work i which is now published,.is sold and circulated, not only throughout:. Vid toria,. but ...

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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914

8f:MOKE. D ~RIFiT~ --Serious lahb~r tr ule is brewv ti in'the flourmiiillfing trade -The variouls -political leauues are pra ritigfoithB F'ederal elec tions. A lad of i1 at Chartres Towers fell 2300 feet down ::a sheftinto water . . On: Monday night?a rainstor :i. swept over:the greater part of :the mizallee. Mr--i': Fisher on-Senator"MaColl: ..,inacciu:raite and i itsleiding- -sit? men tsl Great fire in St Loiuis Amnericak Thirty five victims tMany drain atic escalpes. The Minister f::Mines is busy :: preparing -to:dea!l withi -the gold dredigng evil .. One million of the new penny p6stage stamps .ha?ve been sent to .West Australia . -Duiriig 1.913 tliere werve 18,944 street accidents in.Lonion,, 579 of which proved fatal. The Queensland k'ine Uo. made a working profit of pver £6000 in the.past 12 months. :At Bungaree a heavy downfall of rain haswrought great damage to the potato crops. For the approaching- Science congress nearly 400 scientists are coming to Australia; Five blocks...

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Leongatha Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914

LJ3it~h Telephone Exchange. Flipoving ar+.the numbers and i.a.n:s of suIbscribers.:- 1. Shire of \oorayl:Ofice:. : 2. BIFt(;r Factbry, and manager's resideice. 3. Co operatie Society's Store. 4!; W.G. Walker, storekeeper. :5: Peck & Sons, auctioneers. :6..;M. Molloy;, chemist 71 P Jo.,hnsou, butcher. S8: Dr HonIdch physician. 9: Nurse Iorris, private hospital 10. Laqrdner & Co., ironmongers. -1t C0lvin & Co., drapers. 1'A. AE ,Edney, storekeeper 13. Rossiter & Co., STR Ofice. .l4. P'earce &-Jarratt; butchers o15. S. iladdern,ComtiercialHotel ;1 N:.e?il Bros:, torekqelers. : 17.,. , Bir Otago Hotel. : 8.45 k Mandere, agent. 19 Nurse Gfood private hospital. ?201 :.Rev; P: J:. Coyie PreSbytery. 21. JW. Rumpf priviate resideqce 22:i J: McFarlane, coachbuilder. 23 . E. :lcNamiara, baker. 2 I: H- Kelly, uniidertaker. :¾5 Jno Lardner private residence 26: Dr Pern, physician. 27.. E. A Cole auction mart. :8 'McCartid & Co., suctioneers. 29. R....

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SCRIPTURE STUDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914

1. , . •?-,• .. . SCRIPTURE STUDIES. I GOD'S EYE OF PITY 3y PASTOR RU-SSFIL Text: "The people wlhic shall be ereilted shall praise tile Lord; for He hati lookcd d'oi-n from tile heighit ofHis lc anctuary: "frdm heavei did :the- Lord .behold tihe Searth; to hear tile groaning of.the-pri soner, to-loose:those appointed to death' (Psa. cii. 18-20). He said: Tlihe Bible declares the only God of love, syoipathy, and compassion, The heathen gods are all vengeful, tyrannical, merciless, captious; and tlhe.picture of God in our ceede formulated in- tlhe "'dark ages" nis represents Him even more than dto thile heathen idols. -All the false gods are re p?uive. Only of thie God of the Bible car it be truly said, "My heart and lIlesh crl out-after the living God." To rid ourselves df ihe misconception of the Almighty fur nished by our-creeds and to appreciate thi God 6f the Bible should be the endeavol of every intelligentperson. All who truly find Him can truly say:- I've found a Friend, oh, u...

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

- - Leongatha -. Waterworks Trust.: OTICE is hereby given that owing to thi fact that there is only 10 days' supply in ,the reservoir, any person wasting or misusing water willbe prosecuted WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE, and willbe liable to have the sup ply of water to such piemises cut off or a meter put in. The ude of hoses in gardens is : prohibited. By:prder of the: Trst,: : -GEO., F. MICHAEL,:.::. : Trust Secretary.: Leongatha; March 10ith, 1914. :. Leongatha Waterworks Trust. NOTICE is hereby given that o-: ?iand afterSaturday,.l4th; -the water-f will be.cut' off frdmithe tow.nship eaoh;day between `the loiurs .of 6 o'clock :p.m. and 8 o0'clock the :following morining, Suntil further notice. -: -- - .:By order:of tlhe Trust. G : : EO.F` MIOHAEL,? :. , : :.Trust Secretary.' L equogatha, 113.14. H-E·'-: ?A -NNUALL ::MEETING of- : Mem: .: : - :bers. and :inteiiding M:embers for ' the:ensuing season .will be held inthe S-echancs' -Institute on TUESD;ABY. EXT at 8o'olck. . :: · ·~ ; . ~·...

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