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FIVE HOURS IN A WHIRLPOOL. MOTOR-BOAT'S ADVENTURE [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 March 1914

FIVE HOURS IN.A WUHIRLPOOL. MOTOR-BOAT'S ADVENTURE Peter L.ingard;, of :iCopenhagen;, a oung cusemtatogriiphaotor, neafly lost S f?io hf vhilef.attemp?ting .to make a .trip throuigh the TVhirlpool rapids, just blielow' Niagara Falls. in a small motor S"boat:l?He safely andswiviftlly navigat?d : the t-empestuous watei;s of the gorge a:iid ireached the outer edge of the . f.amoiswh?hirlpool, whien the engiie went S!deaalid. h~'tr?ifive ho;ur~ . Langard drifted round and .round, bailing 'like " madman, as the -leaky boat took ;water. :-Every minute lhe could see . planks driftihg aboiut him i~uddenly sucked down to the jagged rocks below \ Jby the grip of the pool. At eight o'clock a freakish current swept the boat: near enough to the. shore for a ,line to be throwni aboard. aiid Laingard, shivering and exhausted, - . -was safely landed.-- -Langard began '- his perilous-.journey at-three o0clock and- the powerful motor boat darted thrbugh the tearing Waters with beauti ful precision. T...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 March 1914

-LEONGATHA St. Patrick's .Da Sports; I- • 'REATION GROI.JT . Wednesday,~ 18th March. -In aI-id of Cofeift School funds .First-Class Programme.: Admission bo Sports-Adultals, Children u; nder 14 Free. MIembe's Ticket admitting mem ber, wivfe( and fa mily .under 1. 5s GRAND BALL d-At Night. Double Tickets 5s.- Good Music. E. H. DUE, : .?tHon. Secretary. Meeenlyan Sports Club Wednesday, 25th March ENTRIES for tlihefolloing 8verg nts Sclose with the? iseretaries-:;to morrow (WEDNESDAY, ;March :18th)li OPEN HANDICAP WOO CHQP (underhand). ,:., BLC OPEN HAND1CAP STANDING BLOOK CHOP. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP;, 1::20Y:ds: HANDICAP HURDLE RACE , .2Oyds Numerous?other events poet en r " - .- ;K. McLEAN Joint ....... .. GRIBBIN i Hon.;Secs.:. Notice; DEN DINGtIecomnpltion-.of a NEW Structuire: Entrance at back of Mis Killeen's. PEAR?OE & ,ARRATT, -? .... ? .-' laButchers. RICHARD CHAPPLE. LTAST known address Leongatha, is J.entitled to money under Will of deceased Unole, and if alive should c...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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AN INVOLUNTARY VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 March 1914

AN INVOLUNTARY VOYAGE. A Honolulu message of October .11th .in a -San Franoisco paper, gives the Sfollowing account of a young woman's involuntary trip to Honoliulu With a, smile in her pretty eye, that even her. tear-stained cheek could not suppress, handsome Miss Nettie Stone S of Oakland arrived in l0onolulu shortly after midnight last Thursday morning, having been brought on board the Oan. adian Australasian Royal Mail hner, MLarama from Viotoria, when her in tention had been to sail from the Can adian port to San Francisco in the Umatilla. - It was a dark night in Victoria when the boat sailed," said Miss Stone, "and Sihad just finished a visit with some. friends on a ranch near Viotoria. The friends took me to Victoria about an hour before the boat was due to sail, and Isecured a ticket and boarded the vessel under the impressiot that it was the Umatilla and that I would soon be with my folks in Oakland. There' were two steamers at the dook, f thought I was taking the right on...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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THE TIDE OF EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 March 1914

THE TIDE OF EMIGRATION. - Some interesting Statistics concern ing- emigration from Great Britain to the oolonies are given by MIr John son's book "A History of Emigration from the United Kingdom to North America." The highe~t figure was reached in 1911, when 184,860 people of British Nationality left those shores for Canada, and 80,770 for Australia and New Zealand, In 1901, the figures were 15,757 and 15,350 res pectively, which were below the aver S age, for in 1881 as many as 23,912 Britishers went to Canada, and 22,682 to Australia and New Zealand. The emigration to the United States was far greater in former days, reaolung the high water mark of 201,526 in 1827, whereas only 121,814 people of British extraction left our shores for the States in 1911. The exodus of igricultural laborers hlias largely increased lately, amounting to 33,234 in 1911, as compared with 12,966 in 1901. It is interesting to note at the same time that Irish Em igration is on the deoline. In 1853, 173,148...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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HALLSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 March 1914

A,~t: a8: meeting heldj for the: pur· pose obfforiinig a teniis club there :was a goodi attendahnce, and it was dcided ~ to ?.:.iihme it ..the, Halston Tennisi : lub.- Tle subscription •'wasfixed~at-5s fo.' erintlemen and 3s +:for -ladies :'The following :tice-beairers. `iere appointed: President, Mr W.: G. Brown; vice Spresidents, :Messrs : J. W. Griggs, T.: Clarke, H. Williams, A. B. Hogan, A. J. Hall, O'Bryan senr., and G. Clarke. Hon secretary, Mr L. R. Hogan; treasurer, Mr Bert Griggs. "Committee-Messre C. Marks, J Hall, Tuck, T. Hall, and N. Sagasser. A resolution was carried that Mr Bert Griggs be elected a life honprary ri.ember of the club. It was decided that honorary members be accepted at 2s 6d. Messrs Bert Griggs, J. Hall, and the secretary were de puted to peg out the court, and Saturday, March 21st, was agreed to for a working bee. 1914 is here and you will require diaries and almanacs.' We have a good range in stock. L. L. Smith's almanac is always popular, and we ha...

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 — 17 March 1914

SPOIRT AN ASTVIME THE TURF:. The following;look well i-n fodr the :races at Sahdownb Park :to mirrow:- Hurdle Race-McAlpin: and Jack Ashore:. First:Divisit6n Handicap- Th'&'ieBeirgard:Maid 'ainl 3lack Nu'i SanidowriiPark Han4 dicap Coola gunyab and iBlac'k Pai~n - Seecoidd TDivisi on Mis Moi and Lamr ania. Third Divisio:n ,Nei~v: Loe an d Lebasit Jumpers" Flat--Straithdoon anid Belfast.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Woorayl Shire Council. FRIDAY, 13TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 March 1914

Woorayl Shire Council. FRIDAY, 13TH MARCH. Present-Ore Donald (in the hair),. Henderson, Riggall, 'Mo oniald, Cealter, Inglis, Mum ieryi'Johnson. Apology from Cr. Blackfor non-attendance. - CCRRE8PONDENCE. robm Department of Public Works Department, stating thsat ;ubject to approval of.the Gover lor-in-Council, the following amounts have been allotted -or xpe'nditure by the Shire :of Woorayl: - Leongatlia-Yarragon -oad (re-vote), £83 6s 8d; Kong wak road (re-vote), £70 13s 4d; Brown's roaa, Ierrena (re-vote), £26 1'3s Ad; main' deviation on main Leongatha-Yarragon road (re-vote),: £165 10es 6d. Total, £346 3s 10d. :'Roads .to Inverloch and Cape Patterson (re-vote), £100; council to expend £50 ad ditional (joint work with Won thaggi-: Boro-ugh); .road from Kongwak to6s' Inverlocht, £50; metalling Canavan's rwad, £200; Dollar-Foster road, £100; rdoads in Mirboo riding, £100. Total, £400. Council to, .xpend £225 additional.-Received. Same, re :deviation of road in iparishi ':of Kooroom...

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Tarwin Lower Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 March 1914

L Tarwin Lower:Sports. OrixoE-BEARERe. -- President, Mr Hay Maodoiwell; vrice-presidents, Mesers G. IL Black and J. E. Lees. Com mittee - ilessrs Macdoivell, Aitken, Hammond, Carter; Jex, G. M; Black, A. M. Black, --Dunstan senr., W. Dun stan, G, Dunstan, E. .Dunstan, .H. Thomas, Child, Lees, Stanimers, Lyell, •Hind,- Newberry, Light sent., T. Light, T.-- Boyle, R'. Ferguson- Vale,: Wil loughby, T~avlor,'W. Cashin junr.,Bunn, -Friend, McDonald,' Hans'n, -and Sea combe. Starter, J..Dewar; treasuier, Mr W. Jex;-hob. secs., Messrs Vale and McDowell. The promoters of the sports at Tarwin :Lower in aid of the-Bush Nursing Centre and Mechanics Hall, .were favoured with ideal weather on Friday last. Half an inch of- rain the previous 'eiglt laid the dust on the roads' and prevented .the spreading of, bush fires;, and the day#as perfect for outdoor amusement. No .better site- for -sportfs i?could be found anywhere, for .with. that fine stream, :the Tarwini, withih., a. .tone's throw of the ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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DAY LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 March 1914

DAY· LABOR. Id speakinig to )the questipn of a contract; Or Mumbiery deolared that the cbuncil was spending too much. They should tell- the engineer that he must curtail ex penses. - : )The": President: reroaiked that a certain amount of money had been allocated for -the road in quiestion. -Cr Mumrimery conitended that they had spent over that:amount. There: was too much spent upon day labor. :The Secretary poilited out that they hiad had £1400 to expend, anfid had spent £1577.: - i:-The Engineer, explaided that a .lotf wdrk had been done by day labor that should have been done by contract:' That had sivelled the petty worksand mainteniance ac-. count abnor;ially.: The Secretaryi Yes, but :that does not affect the financial posi tion': It is simply: a: matter .of taking from oone account and placing.it onianother . ,: . Or Johtison-reimarked that the Mirboo riding. had £850- ani un co~inpleted Governmeht graiht-con-: tract of las t year towards w hich they 'riow had in halnd £100 of...

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MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. Next Date, Thurs., March 19 [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 March 1914

:-MARKET TRAIN FOSTERTO . LEONGATHA:: Next Date, Thurs., ..March 19 .;Up - 'A.M. Fostei (dep.) 9. Hoddle Range ... 9.19 Fiah Creek - :*. 9.26 :Boys - . . 9.34 Buffalo ... ~9.40 StonyC?reek .. 9.9 Meeniyan .-.. 9.54 STarwin .. 10 Koonwarra - ? 08.:8 Leonga:tha (arr.) .- 10.30

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Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 March 1914

Agricultural Society. The committee of the Leon gatha A. and P. Society met on Saturday afterhoon, Mr A. E. NHlson (president) in the chair. Director of Agriculture, stating that students at the High School would be-credited as attending at the agricultural classes. :R.ailway Departinent,- .. stating that the revenue received more than covered the gliarantee, and a rebate of £6 would be forwarded above cheque deposited. Secretary Charity Sports,asking for use of show shed for holding a jumble fair on Easter. Monday. -Granted. Mrs Hanley, asking for use of the show crockery at the sports gathering on March -18th. Granted, on-payment of 5s. .The treasurer- (Mr Shaw) re ported that the debit balance at the bank.was £153-1s 2d. At the first meeting affer the show in 1913 the debit balance was £99 4s 5d,.and in 1912'£51 4s. The.gate receipts at last :show were £105 :18s,at 'the 1913 show £110) 18s, and in 1912 £116 19s 9d. The' secretary , submitted 'a rough statement in .connection with...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 March 1914

* CRICKET A match was played on Satur day on the local ground betweenl Allaribee and LIongatha, result ing in-a victory foi:the visitors. Scores:l- ALLAMBEE.. M. O'Bryan, b Iichardls .. 7:: R. 0'Bryan, b Cotter .. ... 22 F. Griggs, b Richirds.. ..; .I McPherson, c, b Cotter -.. 23 Watkins, b Bond .. .. 3 Tuck, c, bGrant ... ... 22 Gallpp, run bout. .-::.. ... 15 Mitchell, c, b Grant .... .... :'2 Sagisisi*, c, bGrant .. ... 2 Hogan, ., b Grant:- ... .1. 15 Diet icti;: not.out' 8 ... :.. 8 Sundries :' .. . .. . 126 L , EONGATHA. Bond, b O'Bryan .. !... 36 M'atthews, b Tuck ... ... 17 Mesley, c, b O'Bryani... .:.. :5 Aberdeen, b Tiok -.. 6 : .. 6 Brumley, junr., run out" . 2.. 2 Brumley, senr, b Tuck .. 6 Leicht, c, b Griggs ... ... 3 Grant, b Griggs . 0 Cotter, bTuock .. .. 0O Richards, not out . I Mogg, c, b Griggs 3. .. .. 3 Sundries . ... ...5 ./ ._~- :~- . ·-: · . 83 The match on. Wednesday last between Bond's aid Neal' steanis I resulted in an ;.easy win- for the I former byA.4w...

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Council Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 March 1914

Council Notes. ;:: During thiereading if g the coir i respondenci? iat t!he Sh".iireI Cuincil min:eetiing~ ni Friday last; a petition, wa:-is read from one :who,;iwaiting long had had the: inelancfioly. ex - :perience of -h liope deferred. He spoke bof the: years :of the ,past -: during which h:is'good money lihad . gone irn rates and;, lilie th?i~ go-od : ship of r the ballad, never r.g. turned" Stretches of ;formed roads were -within .his view as glimapses of paradise tol thelonging eyes-or vives. ne. was ,wisirui,. Ssaad. Then passing -suddenly to exasperation, he. forvently :de clared it to be a shame. Not the ordinary, drab-colored- anid unob trusive kind of shame that passes 'unnoticed and iieffective;. but an -adjective shame of.the-kiindthat commences with- a. great :big D, -and is followed by, adash that is a vocabulary in itself. ': lt is a D- shame." The: secretary read it. Councillorsbheard it. The Press recorded it,; and felt that it was effective.: That it is civil bla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 March 1914

M'Cartin &Co Leongatha. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, Stock, Station, Land & Financial Agents.: CATTLE SALES,1914. Ledngatha; Korumb'ra. SThurs - Friday; SMarch .. 5 19:. -.. 13 27- : April .. 2 16-- 30 - :24 SMay ' 14. -28 " ..*; 8 .22 June. : .11 2 . 5 19 July .. 23 . 3 17 31 ."August .6- 20 :..: 14 28-. September: 3 . 17 ... 11 -25 October 1.. 1 15 29 9 .23- November .. 12 26 . . 6 20 -December .. 10 24 .. 4 18 *Denotes First Sale.' SAgents for Sun ire Office; Colonial Mutual Life; National Trustees, Execu tare and Agency Co. , Head office, Leongatha, Branch office Korumburra. Loans Negotiated. Phone 28, Leongatha. OUR NEXT SALE SON TBURSDAY, 19TH MARCH Executor's Sale. :1 House & Land, LEONGATHA.. S" Thursday, April 2nd, 1914, Thurs' At 12.30p _McCARTIN '& CO. have re ceived instructions from the UNION TRUSTEES CO. of Aus tralia, Ltd., trustees ini the estate of the: late J. W. Grieve, to sell by public auction at the Commercial Hotel, Leongatha, on ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 March 1914

The niarriage ýof Mr Leslie G; Francome. and . Miss: '-Eileen McPherson was celebrated iii-.tl.e Presbyterian Church, Leongatha, on Thursday last, the officiating clergyman 'being .the Rev. Jas. Jackson. Miss " Feathers -"and Miss Francome. acted- as brides maids. Both young people being well and favorably known: in the district,. there was a large attendande at the cereniony./.The wedding breakfast took place in the Leongatha Hall wheritheohly toast honored was that of the "Bride; anid Bridegroom,", pro posed by Rev. J. Jackson, and re sponded- to- by-: the, bridegroom. The happy couple left -for their home at Dookie by the afternoon train. , : " On Friday next, in the Leon gatha hall, Madame Conly and her brilliant' company of artists::-.ill give their long-promised concert. Not since this singer appeared here two years back have the public had the opportunity of hearing in the local hall one possessed with such an excellent voice of the. purest quality as that'of Madamie Conly. N...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 March 1914

DEATH. MADDERN.On Marcih 11th, at Uxbridge House (private hospital), Melbourne,' the-youngest son of Solomon Maddern -aged 5 months. The Great Souther :Star :TUESDAY, 17TH MARCH.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 March 1914

F"IRE' CRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY - ----- TMPORAR PREMISES IN ,8NEL]S BUILDINGS, D'i'om 3EOld Cornera - N EW Stock Stationery Con to hand, together :with oiur usual ' - .. feot?ionery? apd Sch~ool Books . supply of Newspapers and Maga .-" zines. " "- "" : S Tickets for Eight iHoursl and; Druids' Art Unions. Do- You Want Good Value- For Your Money-?:: PRICES RIGHT. IF SO, CALL ON T. H COCHRAN, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE R. H. SIMON, PLUM(BER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, I~OR the Following Lines:--TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and -all Iron : 1 Work in connection with Honses and Farms. Windmills -suppliedlanid - erected. Dairy Utensils manufactured on the premises. Cycles new andreecond hand), Cash or Terms. Sundries kept in stock; good assortment. Repairel of al descriptions promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and Other Metals) done Sewing Machines repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. : • HOT and COLD WATER, GAlS, STEAM, REFRIGERATING, ...

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WOOREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 March 1914

SThe Methodist 'annual concert and social ,was the occasion of a: very pleasant evennin eing spent at the school on:Friday, last. -The ;songs,: recitations,- &c.; of r'local anrd :Leongath'a friends were of good 'quality ,and: 'heartily ap Pplauded. .The ladies provTdedan'd served dainty refres h merits:' 'Mr. :G':A.. Funnell, 'on .behalf of:. the congregation, presentedie W andlMrs Seamer with a silver mburited jelly. dishl and an': ideri down quilt- with good. wishes for prosperity and happiness ini theii new sphere of labor. Mr Seamer. gratefully acknowledged the good feeling that: prompted the gifts, and thanked the .congregation for this and the many -kindnesses.re ceived 'during the four years spent in the district.- On' Sunday: the hharvest haniksgiving service was conducted by .Mr A E. Nelson, there being ari ppropriate display of harvest gifts.:-:: . .: America's cattle and: grain pro ductioi-have increased -by d 50 per cent.- while her: population has augmented 80 ...

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District News. KOONWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 March 1914

iDisltrict News~t Res.::·.·::W~.?.·i Sea ·":?-.·: ··.:-;?ah? 'K:'Y i KOONWARRA T? e Mtethodiste anniverstrary aid hlvifest festival e servicese ?ere held o::b Suniday, 8 o thinst the service beinig condu ited bi the Revs. W.H Seanier';i, andiK Bil. rlideg The churlcihc wasre ilppro priately decorated Oitihe Wed nies~day eveiiing the) ai~uai con certhi:an~d sale of gifts wiahel?Ai?-:f god progSiira:me was pr-esented, local-talent being represented by Rev. C. Fleitchers (song), anid Miss Albstedt (recital)A. i contingent froimn Leongaitha-Missesl Wilsion, Trudgeon, 2Homiberg andI Mr ;Pirouit s-tuppilied a good variety in songs, duets and recitations. Thei~e were plenty of bIuyers foii thie gifts at fiir prices, ani all were sitisfictorily disposel of.

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Fish Creek Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 March 1914

F: ish C~ree~k Spo rts . O~dICE BEARERS :President, Mr M . Synan; vic presidents,''iMessrs E. Clark and J. Cahill; secretary,~ Mr R. Sheedy;: treasurer, Mr D. R. Smith. Committee--Messrs P. J. O'Leary, G. Sheedy, W. Sheedy, P. Buckley, E. IM. O'Kelly, L. O'Kelly, J. Synan, *B. Buckley, J; Sheedy, J. J. Cahill, D. SO'Learyi.. A record. and representative gathering took placeb on the 17th inst., on the Fish Creek reserve, the .event being the:: St Patrick's sports in -aid of the Catholic Church. Over 500 people !were present from .all parts ofthe dis trict. The day was an ideal one;. the weather be'ilg:ig erfect. The officers in :charge of the-arrange mients deserve the greatest credit for.th'e way iii which they carried out their duties.. The secretary, Mr:R. Sheedy, was the right :man in, thie right :lace, for he saw to everyone's comforts. The ladies looked after the light refresh ments; while .the bootlh: was in the capable hands: of Mr;. A. Ungei. Every .itemn vas on time, so the...

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