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MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. Next Date, Thurs., April 9 [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

MARKET TRAIN .FOSTER TOI LEONGATHA. .Next Date, Thurs., April9. Up A.M. Foster (dep.) . 9 Hoddle Range 9.19. Fish Creek. . 9:26 Boys 9.34 - Buffalo .. 9:40 Stony Creek . 9.4 - Mleenmyan (,. . : - :9.54:: Tarwin 0 - KoonWlarra 10.8 Leongatha (arr.) 10.80

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

-Pioneer Saddlery. T "?FIELD Desires to anno~unce S that he has Iurchased the SADDLERY BUSINESS carried on by Ia , G. A. SAYERS diirihg the past 14 years, and hopes for a continuance of the liberal support accorded to his predacessor. SThe proprietor has been employed by Mr Sayers during the past 12 months, which is a guarantee that he is a com petent tradeeman in .all branches. All Saddlery' teqiuiltes kept in stock Repairs a 8pecialty. Horsehair bought in any quantity. Highest price given. WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS IF.. S'pells Perfection in Liquor. I:t is a Popular Tonio-i: Please Leongatha Private Hosptal C: hurch Street Leongith. . MISS:F. :GOOD; -ERTIFICATED NURSE; MEMBER * -.-.OF RV.T.N:B, " -.A . Medical, Surgical and Miwifery Patients received. ':- ::::Leongatha.:' :: Woorayl Private Hospital Corner Peart and Bellingh?iam: Streets, LEONGATHIA. FTHE MISSES MORRIS. ::.; ·· I s · ·, (Certificated Nurses). : ";; TURGICAL, Medic 1 aid Midwifery K) cases received. T. C. HARTLEY :;t(Lte of...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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HIGH LIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

ffIGH^ LIVXNG. I-lately went (rlvtei CB:- ?o?.++ ent te the- 'M+achstei Gda " to interview a butcher about a likely fox-terrier pup. The butcher lives in a district tenanted mainly by the "lower middle class." Our oonrer sation was interrupted by ,,t?e'i~bu trance of a young. watilnn. who, .in mincing accents, asked to be served with "a sihlall portion of. ateak. for itewing." The butcher cut and weighed in accordance with the speci. libation, and'remarked, "That will be threopence, madam." "'Oh" said the eustomer in dismay, "that is too much. You see, there's only my bus band and me." WVhen the buticher hhad further reduced the small portion sand priced it at twopence. the lady an nounced gishingly. "Ah, think you; that will be oceans." "Do Iyou have many customers of that sort?" I ask ed the .ntcher. "Ah," he mswered archly, "you want ine o diF alge ?ro. fessional seorets. iui lI ,..y ''is a bullocks goes 'a i.. ; h neighbo-ho:i .... -

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SPEEDY AND SURE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

* SPEEDY AND SRE. Somehow the" eorrsaisoi i : drifted roiind to th-esulbject?ot: d.lreans"; Ifroim dra? niis" ighltmirro5. firom t.:nighit. mares to somnamibulism. ..A rotten habit, wahlking im one's sleepl" remarked Mr. Brown, the vil. lage humorist ..-'Do any of you fol lowfsuffer fio ii P .?.? ?:': ,.t? ·obunrig Smn`itson whio iid. alrways had a horrid but unfounded fecar that ho was. delicate rose to the- occasion immediately. "Yes. I do " he remarked .anid ha.e done so for years. D'ydu knriow any" remedy?" . Do I: kniow any .remedy?: I shoibuld jolh? well think Idol" replied the Uost. . Wiy, I'll giro you s.the presct'ption inorw, aind youi c?.iuta lo it rounid: to the iroumOniger. . : .. "n ronnomfiger?" " Young Smnitisoii thougli: that:. 'hiE ears must be playing tricks with him. .Bro 6. '. an m ronnmoinger," ::.said Brownu. Then he. sro'e out. the -folloi.ing proscriptionu.: "Oue-penny boh:of tin-acks' Dose: Two tablespioofifils to be s:: uoitnered about the riom atbed:t tim...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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IMPROVED ROAD SWEEPER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

IMPROVED ROAD SWEEPER. , It would appear that the old road sweeper: the twirling brush drawn by! the horse, is doomed, for. a Milan. en gineer,has invented a mechanical road asweeper 'wllich can. sweep .258,000,000' square'eet 'f road in a year, at a cost of 116 per 108;000 squareg'ards, while' .the bne-horse.-drawn-sweeper, with one ,art,'only clean 817 670,000 square feet: t"r 13/10o per 12'000 squiare '6yards. Furhermore,this new. road-sweeper has great :hyg enicadvaritages, for, in stead iif sweepiing the refuse to one .iide of the road and creating anf enor mots 'dust- it collects it in twbolarge! bins on 'the vehicle, capable of holding 1 couiloe of tosi. .%H1AT THE EYE DOESN'T SEE.:. It ihad b'een a ding dong truggle all tbo_.afternoon,. that-golf .match. First Jones Aliid-led, then- Brown, 'thei Jones, then Brown again. . But when the seventeenths hole hid been played, and Brown found himself "one down," itacemed more than tolere ably certain tnat .despite his bragging to th...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Madame Conly Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

SMa'dame6lConly Concert Although the Leongatha Hall vas not as full as was expected vhen thbe distinguished anid -poipu ar.artiste, Madame Lenaf- Conly, visited the tow non the) Oth; inst:, bhe audience was a most appre Biative one. But the comipany could not have come af a more inopportune time, for, with a plethora of entertainments ,and amusemenrts preceding this coni cert, and- .bush fires .throughouit the district, residents at a distance were not, tempted :to leave theiri homes, notwithstanding'thet fact that the conicert: iasnefieer been equalled in 3Leongathba previodsly, and soime years - are .likely .to pass beyond recall 'ere -he publi: will have an -opportuniity to liste6 to one so talented as Madame Conly in the loca[hal hallgain. ".:Those whI were not present missed a rare treat, and the loss'is tlieirs, for only, by' taking -a trip to Mel bo6rne :whenthe cream of English artists are before the footlights cansingingng of sucikhq ality. be ieard asi that: in Leongath a ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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THE HEARTHSTONE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

THE HEARTHSTONE ARM . I in turn appeal to the motlcera of Britain. Wil you prevent your sons fiorh loqiirifig thiat noble. privilege tc which I have referred? Will you not ,ather exhort anid encourage them te take tlhir places for so brief a period in that school aiid exeroise-grosind where the youth of all classes and of all r~nk shi~ a1 inimble in generoum emulation, solicitous only to acquirt the power to serve the country if thi day of extreme danger should oeve come? For *in that school they wil have the opportunity of attaininig nol only true freedom and true citizen ,ship but all those qualities of' mirind sanc b-?d-promptness in aotion,. fortitude self-riance, presence of iiindl, health aiid enduiance. The Citizen Army wit b? eldsively for home defence, and in it the youths of every class i~ ill b( required to serve on:the sa'lie teirms. There w-ill lhe no respect of v-piraons The Citizn .Arimy llin no circum stances an'd in no place be requiid td aid in putti~i" down strike...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Social to Mr Clanchy. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

-SociaI t~o'N Mr Clanchy.·ii abot4 membernism of th Lileo gatha-brancih Iof :the/.AN A. l' ,t-.'I taid d: the lodge roomoni'<Ithe evening: 'of-the 16th instant '-to: oterdei-a :,f rewell so'iatlito Mr Clanhcy, one of .its most .activei membersi:, prior to his. departure from i i-th :::diistrict?; +having hbiad notice o:f transfer to theNorth Geeloig Stat:e School: The tables were.ladens with good things pro vided ?b.Mr E F· .McNamara witih his :.customnary- thorough ness. Afte?r the toast of The King" by Priesident Garvie, 'he propos'ed Our- Guesit In. doing so ho spokef? of. he loss sustainefi by L eongatha arid the-- different' sociiefies and' clubs to which Mr Olanchy- belonged, and". specially referred to the debt the 1local. A^.N.A.'bwed him - As a :presid.ent there could be none'more capable, foir his conduct of meetings'was a lesson to other memibers.. The speaker meintioied that he was a neighbor of Mr Claaichy's for a long timesand h'e could/not.:wish for a bette...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"RAGGING" AT THE 'VARSITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

"R'AGGING'' AT THE 'VABRITIES. Since th'e ienfa ohnil case some years ego when an attempt wa miadeB to "hound out" of a certain regiment a young officer whose dispositi6n was not approved of Ly his fellow-ollicers, by holding mock courts-martial and mak ing him submit to personal indignities which resulted in physical Intwy, cases of "ragging" in the Army lave not been yery frequent. At the 'Varsities and colleges, how ever, partioularly in America, the "rag" is a favourite metlid among the students of showing their disap proval of one of themselves. The writer wats informed of a case a short time ago concerning a medical student at one of the London colleges, who, having made himself somewhat unpopu lar with his fellow-stuideits, was drag god from his bed one night, forced ,toaubmit to twenty strokes with an improvis~ed "cat," afterivards being deprirved of his bed covering and most bf his clothbe, and left to shiver for the rest of the night. In Aniorica "rags" are ooniducted on e...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Coming Horse Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

Coming HorseSalesI. -~ ". ? -. 2; -.:7", '."'> "- 22'"= ::·; "· Tuesday, Mrch 24th Sale by Messrs J. M. Peol?: Sons, Pty! Ltd., in conjunchdtion wiiitih Mbssrs Adamson, Strettle & Co in Leon. gatha yards.i: .:: :-' ,":ii Thurs ay, March 26th Messrs Adamson, Strettle &'g 0Cdo will con. duct a : sale :in -:their yiasl Iat Meeniyan. Tuesday, pliril 2t1 ale Oby Messrs McCartin &? ,& iin -coni junotiont with iMessrs 0iampbell & Sons; in Leobigatbiyards-.. - Thirteen treaties have been signed,bindinkcbntractitig nations to investigate quarrels before they go to war. .Two women who arrived by steamer.in Sydney,wlien arrested had 50 tihs of opium conoealed in their skirts:

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Discomposed Composing. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

. Discomposed Composing. S Although the best work is ofteii :.produced in the face of diftoulties. the obstacles may sofnetihjes be so greatas to prevent work altoeether. Harriet Beecher Stowe, for example, was :so crowded by housework that she wrote. till she was forty. She never gave up tryirig, however, and her sister ;Catherine. who sometimes tobk dictation in the'Stowe kitchen, : has left some amusing accounts of Harriet's efforts at composition. One o':::f those accounts is as follows: i::Harriet brushed the flour o01. hea .,,"apron and sat down fox a moment .- in a muse. Then she dictated asfol lows. 'I know my duty to my children. :I see the'hour must comie. You miust take them Henry; they are my last Searthly comfortl" "Ma'am, what shall I do with these ..:egg-shells?" interr Mted Mina," the s.servant. "Put them in the pail by you," an '- swered Harriet. :.'; !They are my last:eattflilv cam ..-:fort," said I. "Wphat next?" . 'Y: i ou must'take them away. It Smayie-- pdrhaps...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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District News. FAIRBANK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

District News. FAIRBAN . The annuae choolo picnic was held: on Friday,, 13th March.- The weatlfer was delightful. There was a laige attendance of parents afnd visitors- who seemed to thoroughly enjoy themselves.. : Sports' -'and games were -provided for the chil dren. .In the evening a grand ball was held in the local hall. which waB'ffilled to- its' utmost: capacity, visitors i coming from. all parts of the district. The moon shone .out beautifully,- and ,-he. whole scene, animiated by the galaxy of feminine beauty, has:seldom been surpassed. It was indeed the most successful dance veir. held in .Fairbank. and the /school equipment fund will tieriefit :very mniaterially. "The onerous euties of M.C. were carried out by MrI .J Bowlert ini his usual efficient . style, :: while first-class music was provided by Mr McPher son, 'of : Leongatha; The catering for the picnic and dance was in the capable hands of Mr E. McNamara. The committee and the lihead teacher desire to siecially thank ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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1,764 STREET VICTIMS IN A YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

1,764 STREET VICTIMS IN A YEBA. There were 38,597 aceidents in t~h streets in the United .Kingdom liast. year, an increase of'3,359.over 1911, A return shows that 24.6"4 werecdau ed by niechanically prolietled oaiteles. - Fatal' accidents numbered 1.764 an increase of 207, ot whiheb bhorse drnawn vehieles were responsible for-6i79; 135' were caused by tramway cars, 019 by dinnibuses, and 751 by motor ears and ether vehicles. -. INDUSTRIAL TRAINING OF NATIVES. A complimentaroy iuncheon-underithe cuspices of the Anti-Slavery and Abo igines Protection Society was given L Londonato Mr. F. W. .Walker, the ireetor 'of a large industrial mission sryesiterprise in New Guinea. M r. Walker-said.they did not advo sate missionary societies going into tradi'ng, and .commercial .enterp'rise." Proceeding to speak on Papua Indis tries (Limited), he said the principles they had acted upon were .that en tierly new. and separate organisa'i ons, managed and controlled -by Christian business. men, and w...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

- MEENIYAN. '.The.autumn show. in-aid of. the Meeniyan Presbyterian Church, was- held on .Wednesday last, and was very, .suicessful. In the .ab sence of Or Doniald, president. of the -shire,, the moderator, of the charge (Rev. Jas. Jackson) opened the show with a few pleasing re marks, complimenting the ladies And also Mr Marshall in having such -a .splendid band" of lady workers, which was manifest by 'the grand show before him. The centre of the hall andS the sides were fitted up with stalls,' and: beautifully decorated. In front of th('. entrance - door was the flower stall, w- ith.' the word "Welcome"' in gold fetters arched over it. This was in the care of Mesdames-McLatirin and McRae. Then came: the stall be longing to the girls' guild; which was very tastefully arranged, and in the centre was a doll bride and two bridesmaids. The girls in dhargel were Misses G., 'Ross, F. MdDonald,- B. .Herbert, V. ,Ed wards and -A. Bright, -who were under the able guidance of. Mrs Emerson. T...

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WE ARE SUPREME. GERMAN BELIEF IN AIRSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

WE ARE ISUPREME. : A ' M'AN BELIEF IN AIRSHIPS. "Great Britain may be sure of ose . g ug-she will never be allowed tU • impose a raitio of 16 to 10 on Germany. Sth6 air as-she has 'd6one on .the sea.' ch -was the striking stWtement by Captain yon Pustau, the well-known navaL aeronautical expert on the, truO meaning of Germany's .plans to spend a .qapital sum of £7,0UO 000 on the im.mediate development of her militarx anhd naval air fleets. Captain von Pustau,. who. went into the. qiestion of air-craft d6velopmeat6 en-the occasion of the recent Olympia Exhibition, said: "We here in Germany avc . not the slightest objection to Colonel Seely and Mr, Churchill continu ing to speak of airships in terms of conlempt. Our faith in them is not based either on sentiment or on blind idolatry of inventions which happen to have been made by Germans. We have tested their efficacy to our .own .satis faction. What people abroad think . of them does not 4coincern us. ',,"Any. one. of our airships no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

iM'Cartin&tcot . Leongatha.- . :. :: -Sheep and Cattle Salesmien,: - Stock, Station, Land & Financial A::gents. CATTLE SALES, 1914. S : Leongatha. Korumb'rai. . -. - Thurs Friday.' March ... 5 19 . 13.27 SApril . -2 16: 30 24 :May ... 14" 28 .. 8 22 June ..: 11" 25 . 5 19 July ; . 9 23 i 3 17 '31 'August .; 6 20- :14 28 September ..;: 3" 17 . 11: 25-. October .. 1-. 15 -29 : 9 ::23 SNovember .. 12 26- ..-. :6 20., December ...10 24- - - 18 *Denotes First Sale.-::'.: :' Agents for Sui I ire Office; Colonial Mutual Life; National Trustees, iExecu tars and Agency Co. Head office, Leongatha, Branch office Korumburra. Loans Negotiated. Phone.28, Leongatha. OTUR-NEXT SALE,-. ON THURSDAY. 2ND'APRIL Executors' Land sale LEONGATH"A, Thursday, April 16th, 1914. McOARTIN & CO. have received in structions from THE NATIONAL TRUSTEES CO. in the estate of the late.W1I. SCOTT, to sell by auction on :-the above date, at-thieCommercial Hotel;, : Leongatha, Dairy Farmat Dumbalk...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

FIRE' FIRE' CRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY :T~EMPORARY PREMISES IN OSNELL1S BUILDINGS, NEW Stock Stationery; Con fectionery andSchool Books 't-: haid,.tgether ."ith our ii.al supply of Newspap~rs and Maga , zines : i Tickets for.Eight.Hours' and Druids' Art Unions. Do You Want Good Value For Your Money?: PRICESoRIGHT. . IF SO,'CALL ON T. H. COCHRAN, .Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) .ATE R. H. SIMON, PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, 1OR the Following Lines:-TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and all Iron ' V Work in connection with Houses and Farms. Windmills supplied and erected. Dairy Utensils manufactured on thepremises. 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 guaranteed. HOT and COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERATING, and SEWARAGE CONNECTIONS'LAID ON. Estimates Given. Certificat...

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Catholic Federation. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

G-Catholic Federation. :i ·II ------*** -- -' The second anniual report of the 'Victoriad branch of ..the Aus tralian -Catholic Federation ,has been issued byhthe State Council.. It shows that 356 branches of the Federation. have beein forimed, iii Vidtoria,- withaboutt 5000 wirkers as nieimbers of the Brapch Coinin oils. Over. 40,000 n members were eni~blled duringlt li-t year. Pro, minience:is given in the report to the-Education : question, in coni nection with whichlpublic -meet ings have been held in allthe imin portant cenitires th~roughout; Vic? ~toria. 100,000 copies 6f a leaflet dealing with :the qluestioii have been ~ distributed: The State Coiuioil expresses r-a determin;a tiboni to pefsist inl iriiging inder th? ?inotidet"of non Catholics tbe injustiitce of the present' systemn'as itiaffects Catholic 'citizens. 'The Federation is als6: iactively? op. posing the proposal to introduce sectarian. teaching into the public schools of Victoria. It -.contends that a question ,i...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

IT.is a notable fact that the -un accustomed prospect often stimu lates into activily a&ll the acquisi tiveness in a man's nature, and it looks as though Australians 'are passing .through such an' ex perience at .the :-.present time. The people of -these States.are for the tirfie being perhaps better off. in the mass .than any other comnmunity on earth:-One might with some show of reason expect; therefore, that: the..people 'would be more contented: with their lot, and prepared to-live an easy going and placid life.- Instead of that we are distinctly becoming more graspin as a people. Each one is struggling to get a better seat quite indifferent as 'to whose corns he treads on in .his eager ness to secure ease for himself. These sentiments .have- beeri called .forth by the strikes real and potential, which are an ever present bogey at the feast, and also by the shameless appeals which are being made b.' our manufacturers. These gentlemen are appealing to the Interi-State Com...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

LEONGATHA MECHANICS INSTITUTE. ::Thursday, 26th March.l Pictare Entertainmenlt! In aid of the fun ds of thei Institute . Two ?tarPictures- The Bridgeof Terror 'And i?i the: Sh aId?: .ta: Admission, is 6d and is 0:.L. BRUMWLEY, TilE LUX IPICTUREl CO - Will present' thani great and i. thrilling picture, -I:THE :LAST DAYS::: Of : POMPEII, . . In the.: ILEONGATHA HALL *';. Wednesday, 1st Aril. The Leading Filni of lte da Scenes of: the ancient city revived. ] Ediicational and Spectacular. - POPULAR PRICES. - 1 Department of Public Woirks . Melbourne, 9/3/14" T?ENDERS rwill: hbe received S .until Twelve O'cloclk ohn THURSDAY, the )nd April, 1914,, for New School Building 3395 Nerrena. Deposit, £5. Se curity, £5 7per. cent. .. Particulars and Conditions may be learnt at Public Works Office, and at-the State School, Nerrena and Police Station, K.-orutmiiburra The lowest .or any ,tender niot necessarily accepted. F. HAGELTHORN, Commissioner of Public Works. SHIRE OF WOORAYL S TENDERS. . TEN...

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