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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914
.Mall Se.ie. ' RAILS. RECEIV.ED AND DES PATCHED FROM IEONGATHA. Closing Hour.. To Melbourne & .- ; Ko: brumburra: 7 a.m&3.45 sp.m. All stations tO: : :' . Port Albert ..:' 10.45 aim. Leongatha South ::: i: Mon., Wed., & Fri 1.:I?5 a.m. Mnirboo Noith - Tues. .Tiurs, Sat- 11 -I-la.m. Mardan . Tues., Thurs., Sat?. "11 a.m. McIKinnon's R.O ---,: - Tues., Thurs., Sat 11 a.ml - Wheelan's R.O .- : .... Tues., Thurs;, Sat. 11 : ia.m Koorooman Eat-r~ :-': S: Tues., Thurs., Sat.- i1 a.im.: M-ardan:South-- : : :: Tuos; Thurs., Sat. 2 p.mn. Wooreen :R.O. ? STues. Thurs., ?St. 11.40 a.;m; Fraincome's R:~O. . STues, Thurs.; :Sat: :140 adm. Hogan'sRO-R.0 TTues.,. Thurs. ;Sat :"1:40 a.m. Mount Ecoles ---: :: ::Tues,&Satutarday 12:30 i.m: Harper's R.O0 Tues. & Satirday .12.30 p ?m T'irinki t'TarwiniLo~ver and Cashins-loose :bag - : : Tues, Thurse;; Sat.:.. 12 oon 8tony. ,Creek .:to, Dollar :i-;I SFidges-. R.O.; Scott 's: R.O & Mirboo Sth Mon Wed &a...
MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. Next Date, Thurs., March 19 [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914
MARKET TRAIN _. FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. Fosteir (de p.) i ..: ::9 HKoddle' Range. ... 9.19 F'isl Orgekb . 9.26 .Buffal :"9.40 SStonyCreek -:: .. 9.49 Meeniyan 9.i54 Tarwvin 10 Koonwarra . 10. L1ongatha. (arr) .. 10.30 :iBentoiu the Englishman:oiur dered in Mexico, was shot in the back as he left the room where he' was court-martialled. Since June, 1913. the plumage of 77,000 egrets, 25,000 humming birds, and 162,000 kingfishers have been sold in London. -> ::: A Bill before the Imperial Par liament proposes that naturalisa tion papers issued in any partobf the Empire be recognised all over it. So much discontent? with .the Department exists, that united action by school committees will probably eventuate. 1914 is here and you will require diaries a?d ~lmanacs. _.We have a good range in stock. L. . Smith's almanac is always popular, and we'have them always in stock. Diaries are handy to keepstock and farmn accounts. Don't forget hooks and lines for the river. We have large stocks on ...
TREATMENT OF ENGLISH ORCHARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914
" TREATMENT OF ENGLISH ORCHARDS. - Aboording -to the statistics published (sals the Mark Lana Express) there were in England last year 244,831 acres classed as orchards. We are sorry to say we cannot say of "cultivated orchards, because the mistaken idea seems to have prevailed to a great cx thatl orchards and pastures 'can get along alright without attention or as sistance; that kind Natuire has en dowed them with the power of con tinuing to extract nourishment from a soil sucked dry by means of crop ping. The result of such a paradox is visible in the poverty stricken con dition. of many orchards and pastures.: It is pleasant to record >thlt a change for the better is gradually taking place. It is being recognised that when fruit trees of a good olass are grown, and sprayed and pruned, orch ards become a source of profit not to be despised. It is essential-that thb trees, if expected to produce abund ant crops of good fruit, should be suip plied with nourishment, to compenr. sa...
TARWIN LOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914
TARWIN LOWER. A: meedting. wisjheid on-Friday Iast'for the-purpose of electing the State School- committe'e for the ensuing. year.' The : folilowing were appointedi-Meidames J. Cashin; W. Cabhi~iAi'tkih. Vale, Miss Nolan, Messrs Ai6kiii and Vale. Mrs J. Casiin was elected correspondent and Mr.H.B. Vale, ohairm.n. al All details have been attended to for the holding of the is?orts on Friday, the 13th instant,. and a large attendanoeiis anticipated.
Sports at Dumbalk. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914
SSpoirtsat Dumbalk. The fires that lhav.e -raged througih the: Duiibalk.district for some days-past had'a detrim'ental effect upon the attendance at the Duinbalk sports on' Wednesday last. .This:. is. al'.ays.;a: most poptular meeting place for the set-. tiers from .nilebs aro nd,bdlit dnlthi ,ccasion the weather was against ihe promoters, and a :much smaller attendance than last year Sas the result.- It was really not :afe for a great number of land lolders to leave their homes, for iresiwere burning in all direc .ions.: This was demonstrated ftter nightfall for Dum balk town ship was surrounded by.burning trees, and presented a scene more brilliant than a large city lighted by electricity. It was a beautiful sight for those who were not sufferers by the fires, for hundreds of trees were alight. It was there fore not surprising that the sports were poorly attended. Very good entries had been received for the chief events, but 'even the ath letes were unable to:attend in full force,...
KEEP ON. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914
KEEP ON. A ;. young Amerioan lawyer was de fending an old convict on the charge of burglary in a State where the court rules alow each side one hour to ad dress the jury. The young lawyer, somewhat nervous, consulted a veteran member of the bar, who happened to bo standing near. "How muoh time do you think I should take up in addrensmg the jur,y" he asked in a rather pompous ~panner. "Take the full hour," was the gruff reply. "The longer you talk the longer you'll keep your client out of Husband: "My dear, I though we were goin to practise economy for a "mS. "o we are, dear. 1 went down and countermanded the or der you gave your tailor for a suit,.and bought a hat that cost only half the amnunt."'
Rainfall at Leongatha. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914
Rainfalil at Leop g?tha. The following table, compiled by Mr H. Brash, shows the regis ter of the rainfall in Leongatha since 1908 : - 1908 '09 '10 '11 '12 '18 '14 Pte PtstssPtEts-Pte Pts Its Jan. .. 87 269 193 142 114 1421 13 Feb. ... 113 127 S8 645 81 63 25 March... 258 196 169 298 70 744 April ... 104 388 120 219 451 20 May ... 367 261 329 421 239 370 June ... 417 586 276 633.277 252 July .. 289 334 21 231 79 300 Aug. ..,"337 671 316r 1561 312 442, Bept.. ... 378 270 61 14 674 453 Oct.... 257 299 451 328 278 Nov. ... 153 140 332! 2 431 Dc ... 79.289 423 5043 198 Total, 2839 3830 3534 3042 No. dajy rai~sall 157 190 1861 1851 178 173'
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914
CRICKET. On Saturday last teams reprei sentingWest Tarwin andAllambee met on the local ground kindly lent for the occasion by Mr J. W. Giiggs. The twvo teams had met twice previously, and victory had rested with Allambee upon each occasion. Great inferest was manifested in the third match, as West Tarwin had great hopes of turning the tables. Owing to bush fires in their v.icinity, West Tar win were dnable to put a full team into the field, so played subs-one of. them making top score for the visitors. The game resulted in a win for Allambee by one run. For the winners Gallop 19, R. O'Bryan 14, and J. Hall 10, not out,reached double figures; and F. W. Griggs 63, not out, Radford 18, for the losers. The local ladies provided refreshments, whioh were very acceI~table. Following are the names of the players who will be chosen to re present Allambee against Leon. ga'tha oh Saturday next: - L. DietJich, R. and M. O'Brien, J. Mitchell, Hall, Griggs (3), Tuck, Sagasser, Watkins, Gallop, an...
FAITH HEALING AND CANCER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914
FAITH HEALING AND CANCER.: Remarkable evidence, showing how a victim of oancer died in great agony while receiving Christian Science "treatment" from a woman who ad mitted that she was absolutely devoid of medioal knowledge, was given at the Westminster's Coroner's Court at an inquest on Mise Eva Lucy Holden. Miss Holden, who was 61 years old, had been a sufferer from cancer for some years,.and had been told that an operation was neoessary. She refused to have an operation, and about two years ago, she became a Christian scientist. Miss Alice Payne, a friend, deearib ed how a Mrs Donaldson, a Christian Science practitioner, "treated" Miss Eolden by prayer. Mrs Donaldh said that ahe first met Miss Holden two years and three month ago, when Mise Holden came to her and said that she had read I.h,, tian. Science books, and wanted to have Christian Socenoe treatment. "Have you had any experience of niedicineP" the coroner asked. "No, I have had no medical train ig,", Mrs Donaldson replie...
Caledonian Society. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914
Caledonian Society. The annual meeting of the Leongatha and:. District Cale donian Society was held. at the Mechanics' Institute on Wednes day evening last, the Chief, Mr J. G. McKinron, presiding. After reading and confirmation of the minutes, f the previous annual meeting, the following re port and balance-sheet. were adopted:-. ":'.' . AN NUAL REPORT. In presenting'for. your bperusal this annual report, it is gratifying to place before you the fact that we have passed through another highly. successful year. ;Our financial positioi has been im proved, and our membership roll considerably increased. But still there are many able Scotchmen in the district who Would prove an acquisition to the socidty, and if they would throw ini their lot with us we would have litib diffi culty, in making this' society .ennnd to none-in' the:State. Your council has pit forth special efforts in ende?'#ornug, to make the various entttaifiiiments as en joyable as possible, ?vith the result that the sp...
SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914
SPOrt V-a N.). ~aJiiiVL. - : :iTHE TURF. 'Races will be held at Caulfield to moriow, "when' the principal dvent to be decided will be the St. I(ilda Cup in wmhich several godd performers a~re engaged. The following selections may be near thie mark HURDLE RACE. Wingarara... ... 1 Mctlpio - .. .. 2 Portlock -.. ... 3 ORRONG TWO-YEAR-OLD. . . Andesene ... ... 1 Adorn 2... ... " Lady. Cantala .. 3 SST. KILDA CUP. Meriti ...... .... 1 SAtora .... ... ... 2 SGladwyn ... ... 3 SGORDON STEEPLECHASE. Pladda .:-..' ... 1 SBettewynd ... ..... 2 Sapper ... ... 3 -: UBIQUE CORINTHIAN. Elvanite :..; .. 1 Caiuis ... .... ... 2. Little Slam ...... 3 SOUTH YARRA HANDICAP. Av'. erse ... ... 1 Lord Walla .... ... 2 Quair Burn ... ... 3 The weights for the Doncaster Handicap, which is ~tb be run on : Easter Saturday, were declared on' Monday :::At present the fol-?i: ! lowiidng hailf dozen look well in:-- .. Golden Hopi,. :Aleconner, Bera goon, Rathlea,- Sir Willie and Cider. The adjustments for the Sy...
HEARD DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914
ERARD DOUBLE. -A laniky country youth enitered .the rds s-roads general store to order:some groceries. He was thixteen-years old, and was passing through that stage of adolescence during - which a boy seems all hands-and feet, and his' vo. cal organs, rapidly developing, are wont to cause his voice to undlerg( sudden and involuntary changes from high treble to low bass. In an authoritative rumbling basa he demanded of tihe. busy shopkeeper. "Give me a bushel of corn"; ther. his voice suddenly ohanging to' a shril' falsetto, he continued, "and a sack of flour." "Well, don't be in a hurry. I- can' wait on both of you at once," snaui ped the man.
SMOKE NIGHT SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914
.'SMOKE NIGHT-' SOCIAL'.. ::After the "meeting a "smoke social "-was held, when the chair was occupied by The Chiief (Mr Wiam. Watson). Inclided in those present were- Messs' Thos. Mc Cowan and. Mackey, from the Koruniburra Caledonian. Society. Those who contributed _'songs during the evening were: Messrs T. McCowan, R. J. V. Foote,'PF. Fargher and Cook..--": .; SThe first toast," The: King," was duly 'honored' with a: verse of the National -:Anthei. "-The Land We'LivIe n" 'was proposed by the Chief, and r'esponded to by Messr, S. C. Wilson:and E. T. Munro. SMr . G. ;MoqKinnon proposed "Kindred Societies," and referred to.- the ;.harmbniolusi manner, in which the Lebngathaiand Koriumr budrra' sbcigties workbd -togetlheri Mr hMcCwan had given :the. society- every assistance, 'arnd Leonigatha was much indebted- to him for.,what he had done.. They were proud. to have two repre sentatives 'from .the Korumburra society., :-At this stage theOChief referred to . the good work done for tbh ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914
M'Cartin & Co Leongatha. Sheep and Chttle Salesmen, Stock; Station,'Land & Financial Agents. .CATTLE SALES, 1914. :..::' Leongathia. Korumb'ra Thursi . Friday.:. • March ..."5 19" ;.13 27: :April ... 2 18" 0 24 . May ... 14" 28 ... 8 22:: June .. 11 2 . 5 July .. 9 .., 3 7 31 Auguet-2 6" SQ : :. 14 28 "September .., 3* 17 .. 11' 25 October 1* 15 29 9 23 November .. 12 26 ..: 6 20 Deceminber .. 10 24" ... 4 18 I -Denotes First Sale. Agents for Sun hire Office; Colonial Mutual Life; National Trustees, Execu e tars and Agency Co. Head office, Leongatha;" Branch office Korumburra. : LoansNegotiated. Phone 28 Leongatha. OUJR NEXT SALE ON THURSDAY. 19TH MARCH :Horse Sale LEONGATHA. : Tuesday, April 21st, 1914. M cCARTIN & CO. (in conjunction Ul with CAMPBELL & SONS,. of Kirk's Bazaar, Melbourne) will hold a Sale of Horsee, at their Yards, Leon gatha, on Tuesday,; April 21st,. 1914.'. S Commencnigatl0 a.m. .. Full attendiance ofI. Melbourne: iand : Export Bu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914
FIR E! FIRE! SCRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY STEMPORARY: PREMISES JIN iSNELL'S BUILI.DINGS, i~TwQ Doors From Old Corner to hand, together?withio:' rsUiial supply of Newspapers and Maga. Zlnes. • .. T.- ·ickets for Eight Hours' and Druids' Art Unions. . . . - Do You Want Good Value For Your Moneyll-j PRICES RIGHT. .: IF SO, CALL ON1 SH. COCH0RAN, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE R. H. SI ON, PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, IfOR the Following Lins :--T'ANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and alL Iron - WVork in connection with Houses and Farms. WVindmills supplied-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 descriptions promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and- Other Metals) done Sewing Machines repaired. Satisfaction guaraniteed. HOT and COLD :WATER, GAS, STEAMI, REFRIGERATING,. and SEWARAGE CONNECTIONS LAID ON. Estimates Given. Certifi...
District News. KOOROOMAN EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914
District News. KOOOROOVIAN ESTT: The United Methodist -and Presbyterian Harvest Festival was heldon Sunday. and Monday last. The .hall was, nicely decor ated with gifts of fruit, ;greenery, produce, and special serviceswere conducted by :Revs.- W..J. Eddy and W: .Seamer.. A coicert,. supper, and sale of gifts too01place on- the Monday evening. -Very enjoyable iterns were given by Miss Truidgeon:, Mr W. Chandler. MrR. Hulls an'd GordoniWatson (iecitals). Miss' Nellie MuDbhald (songs); Mr G. Hiills(cdrniet'sol6); and. the ,-Misses Watbson .(in strumnentalduet). Rev. W. Seamer (chairman-) apologised :for :.the absence of Rev.Jas Jackson and gave a short address '-Those who had.so readily aiid generoiiely as sisted: were -- heartily thiinked, and:-: the auidience joined in suiging Praise G'od Fro~i Whdm All :Blessings- Flow:'" Mssers :F. Lester anid R. Watsoi did a :brisik tradel until all th~i. gifts: were Iold-.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914
The royal- Commission. ap pointed. to inquire into.the.Indus'e trial Resources trade, aiid, legis lation of certain portions -of the British- Dominions, has-issued its second&report.. That report deals in some detail with immigration to Australia, and it is interesting 6ecause :itf is neither -an Aus tralian nir a :Party-document. If great national problems are to be solved, the issues involved must be considered-from every standpoint; to ignore the interests of either capitalist or worker is to .build on the sand. The.Com missioners insist at thevery outset on the imperative necessity of establishing a -:cntral 'conto1l. That is an implied censure on the Fisher Minister, which, weakly yielding to the phalanx of ex tremists who dominate the Leagues, left the States to battle against each -other for im migrants, much as rival, store keepers compete with each other for customers. The agents who did the actual can?vassing were p'aid as suboriniiate insurance agents, sewing mach...
WOOREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 13 March 1914
* WOOREEN. This part of the district has not escaped the fire fiend. On the 5th instant a fire started at Berry's Creek and swept through portion of Moss Vale estate, Aberdeen Bros. property, J. Forrester's and &nbsp; K. Abberdeen's. Fencing and grass was destroyed. Mr For- rester had difficulty in saving a hay stack. The fire was dangerous till Sunday night last, when it was stopped at Forrester's. :
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 March 1914
.,'Pk~ineer~Sadldlery TIT FIELD Desires to annotunce i-Vthsat :he has I urchased the ;i? SA'.SADDLERY BUSINESS carried. on by M:-,lia G.A?. SAYERS during the past 14 -years, and hopes for a continuance c..of the liberal'support accorded to his .::predecessor. The proprietor has beer employed by Mr Sayers during the past 12 months, -.which is a guarantee that he is a com :petentiradesman in allbranches. All Saddlery requisites kept in stock Repairs a Specialty. Horsehair bought in any quantity. Highest price given. -J. W.,Sutherland, ' Barrister aid Soicii'or LEONGATHA. Commissioner fo;r taking Affidavits.", n8-Richard :Little - " Barrister and Solicitor - BAIR ST , LEONGATHA, :. ;r.' Attenlst Courts at Foster, Mirboo, an I Korumburra. Robt. G. Shegog, BarrIster and Solicitor; SComi-T.be a tStreet, agt KORUMBURRA. Commissioner for taking Affidavits Victoriia, New South Wales,i and hIgnh Gourt * Robt. Melloro . B ARRISTER AND SOLIOITORi McCarti n-street, Lieongathat:o Mr Melldor atten...
IT WOULD NOT DO. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 March 1914
'- IT.. W-OULDI NOT DO Mise Milcenit Mills was exceedingly ::nidignant with" her mother. - ,-r do wish," she said; "you would't tai' lk about washing. up -when Jim's :h-re,: mother, it's-'so awfully common. :-.:. Awfully common ?eh. roepeated h..::: er mothier, a.-lady endowed with much ? c? ommon sense. * But wo. haveo .to ..eat, dotdn't we-? And Jim hns ..to oNt, 7.iAnd he eats- off dishes, doesn't he e .:n-:"- d he knows dishes have to bh--" " ": '"Oh IT know--I know,' inthrrupted ';her;, ngitated daughter .impatiently ".-P, But if youl keep on mentioninglit, : yGR:5'ier sure ,to malke out that. you. a] ways make dad dry them for you, and it: I---. might pot him off.' -. i .She :: 'Don't "uinp so, doar; t"hat's o÷ .only -thle cickoo olock in the hall:" He .: .Oh,-'.that's. all P P -I thouight iti was youfr father coming downstairos. Youll' : tell me. wlien: he comes, won t youni :'deiart? -!Oh it will: niot be necessary, l ove, t o tell y'ort yoi'll kni owit -when? papa comes.