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Leongatha Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

Le Ingatha Telephon i-: L iExchange .: Folloning ir: i thk nullembers nami;eofsubsicriber.: :-.-:: 1Shiire of \VoorayI Oflice4. S2. But:er; Faditoy, and. manager ~'s 0 residence; :3i .:Co o riati e Sc[ietby?s Stored:; 5Pek&.Sons iuictoneers 6 J M MHolloy ci'o?ist P J hnson btcher 81:).: Howdeb 1 il physician. ,;, 9; NurTe \ Iloriis pri ivate hospital '10 ilardnei & Co:; ironimogers. •11; Col:vin & Co. drlaprs. 1'. A E Edney stor?keeperi:' 13 -Rosasite.8 &:Co: ST AR Office. 1.4; Piidce & Jarii'att butchersd. :iS. M idddir!,C mebi:a~il:otelt 16O, Ne~i ,al Bi(os, sto0ikekepei .. 17- -K BI;r Otao Hotel 18 .tEMandeia auente 19 Nuie Good prifte hospital ;20RevPi l J-CoynePresit ebytery ?.2 f?.?i?viR: W'i'iR;ui'.ffplf;;iat ' r~esidei? , M 25. Ji IMc1ardiner;, c?iv tbre ilder. 23 t ~l~~'rabakei 2 HKlyundertaker, 95JoLider prkivate residence ?i26 :?iDr iPrn; phy3sician. .7.i :hA.- Cole? auction mnart. 4T8.iIc?ahitrin8 & Co., auctioneers. 29:9=;...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

- SMOKE :.DRIF'T.::. The College of Cardinals will meet iin RKom about Easter. : : Sy;ith0etic :;i milk (manufactiured in;the laboratory)is aninounced. ;Broken ?Hill Fiow prod uces one-. ffhf thiihe wo0rld soiutput of lead. SStrilkde of wort neii:nai th ? -West Australian end of the aEnd W1 "Anit outbtreaik. ef:typhii oid e fever amiongst pa?t'ients?in theasylum Labor securd an:overrwhelmiing majority at the Transvaal Council election. The prop1ose:d Australian 'exhi: bition in Lonond: is for advertis ing piurposes orly. , - - At: :last Melboirnhe shodw Grace Waugh rode over thie hurdles dis guised as a :jockey.: ::Tihie troible withi the :wheelers at: the State minie has been settled, rid. work resumed :. '::i Hiawker is taking his -bi-plaine to Bendigo, where he gives ana:ex hibition tonmorrowi-. SThe State savings: bank received £%1,595,346 during February:, and paid out-£1,447,697..: ': ::Mr: F. -E. Leeihjuredby a bomb explosion at the Closer Settlement offioes, is improving . T...

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

CRICKET, SThe Tarwin Lower players met and defeated the lodal eleven oh the Recreation Reserve on Sathr day. Scores: * LEONGATHA. Bond, c, b Willoughby . 8 Matthews, b Black ... ...26 .Lardner, c; b Willoughby .. 15 Mesley, b Friend ... ... 47 Brumley, senur., b Black .. 0O Shaw, c, b Willoughby ::.... 10 Brumley, junr., b Friend . 2 Leicht, bFriend ... ..;'. 3 Grant, c, b Friend ... .. 2 Richards, not out . 1 Cotter, b Friend ..; 0 Sundries -... TARWINI LOWER. Secomb, b Lardner ... '.. Child, run out ' 3 Black, not outd .. 58 Thomas, b Lardner.. 17. Friend, b Lardner ... 8 Atkin, b Lardner . 0 :Willoughby, b Grant .... 12 " Cashin, b Grant ... 4 Fletchieir, c; b Lardoer ..8. 8 Wollard, not out ... ..1 : Sundries :8-- ... **: - 134 The Mirboo eleven visited Dumbalk on the 14thi iistaint, and defeated the local tean. :Follow ing are the !scores. - S. -MiRBOO NORTH. T. Verdon, b T.Hughes . 0 W. Wicken'nrun'out:":- . 1I. .,: .1 Hipwell c -Akers, b T.; Highes 11 C. Allen, b T. Hughes.;....

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

MELBOUIRNE PIG MBAR?ET. Adamson, Strettle & Co. report: Porkers.-Prime made frdio 35s to 40s, a. few extra quality to 43s,; with light sorts from 27s upwards. Bacon -pigs.;-Prime quality ma'de from 65s to 78s, with a few choide quality heavy weights to 83s, pnrime serviceable from 55s to 63s, liglit aiid infeirior fr Sm 40s. Choppers (bac?kfatters).:: Prime iiade from £5 -.to £6 extra to *£Z 15SI. weighty £3 Os10 to £4 lOs, rough sorts from £2 o10s.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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MARKETS. GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

MARKETS. GIPPSLAND ?CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REEORT: Biutter.-Choicest is ·1'd to 1s 2d per Ib, good to :prime 11ld to 11Id, seconds 10d .to'_ 11d, ac cording to. quality, ,sparators: 9'/d to ,10d, dairies -7d. to Bd. Cheese.- Prime new lots, loaf sizes realising 6½d, and niediums 6d: to 64d, mediunm qualities loiver, semi-matured 6%d,matured 7-?d- to 8d. • Eggs -Ordinary lihues sold at 11d to ls per dozen, privates is Id, ond a few special lots higher. Bacon-Prime light sides 10d to 10i2d, medium weights :9%d, heavies lower, mniddles 10id t'o 11d, hams is-lito is id. Wheat--F.a.q. 3s 9d to 3s 10d. : Oats -Milling is: 1ld, feed ls 9%~d to 1 lO0d for best, is 7%d to ls.8d for medium. -Maize. .-4s for pirime lines. Potatoes- £4 is now obtainialble for prime sa~nples. Onions -- These. are quiet, and £6 is now top. Chaff- Prime oate'n £3 2s 6d tp £3 5s, good at;£3, lowdr grades £2 .12s 6d to £2 15s.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Leongatha High School. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

Leongatha .High School. Thle finial results of the Juiibr Public 'examinations have -been received by .-the, head: £master.(Mr : Ai Me~ls1 ) Teit.:students were: nzhiibbtld, tiihlil;tiate f a io d nine gained a f?ll?pass,- which irfledts : gre?af criedit. upon the staff -of teacliers.- Louis'Sayers had passed in seven subjects, ahd .was unfor tuinately 4.preirented from taking an~other(-Frenbch) the oinly subject hde had itb : complete at the supple mentiary exanim,;. otherwise the full iuinhber of passes (10) woul'd.have been?seu?k a r ci:·red ii'ty"five. passes and 25 distinctions were gained, making an average -pass 6f :seven subjects per student. Misses.Ellas McoLean, Daisy Dike, anid Aninie Johnison, Who were :doing ,the. "teiching course, have : received appointmentas as first class jiuior teachers, pending pracotical i:Work in teaching. Miss Daisy .Dike has been appointed to Foster, and has taken up her -duties; Miss Annie Johnson to.Devon;8 miles from Yarram; and'Miss Ella M...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Australian Wool Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

Messrs Goldsbrough, Mort &-& Co bLimited report for the season: I 1913-4 -In view of' the fact .that Auistralia's prosperity is vitally dependent on .her primary pro dulcts, it is pleasing to chronicle another successful year in: what is, undoubtedl -the most . im portait brah-ch-her wool output. The cl'ip of 1913 ,,will: add' some £32,000,000,to' Australia's wealth, and that this result has been- at tained-without any of the spoon feeding methods in force in other industries is effective testimony to the good work done by the grower. Outstanding features of the seasob. have been the. incep tion of free wool into America, and the greatly increased volume of exports of frozen. mutton; and lamb. The former is one of the most important events for mdny' years, and although- it has been much discussed 'throughout the .trade it is doubtful -whether its far-reaching effects atre yet suffi- . ciently appreciated. The last free wool- period was from 1894 to 1897,. when import...

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

RIFLE SHOOTING.' .Mardan riflemen journeyed to the' Dumbalk rifle range :oni S Saturday, 14th inst, and defeated the local team by 12 points. The scobring was thelqowest.for some years.. A tricky' fish tail head wind prevailed for. the greater part of the shooting : also snioke from a* grass and timberx fire added further discomfort to the shooters. Scores: MARDAN. 500 600 TI. J. Hogan -. ... 30 30 60 R. McIndoe... . . 31 29 -60 J. B. Campbell ... 33 :27 ,60 J. Darling.. . .24 32 56 A:-Steele ... 27 ,27 -54 C. Dickers .. ... 31 22 53 W.:Coulter ... ... 23 -28 .51 C. Steele . .. ...24 25 '49 223 220 443 DUMBALK. T. Russell .. ... 29 29 58 Capt. Hughes . 27 30 57 J. Dodd ... . 29 27 56 D. Watt ... ... 26 29 55 W. Greig ... ..... 25 27 52 J. Russell ... ... 24 28 52 J. Trease ... ....25 26 51 W. B. Hughes .. 26 24- 50 211 220 431

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SPORT AND PASTIME. LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 March 1914

i SPORT AiND PASTIME. LAWN TENNIS. x On Saturday jternoon ,last '"four members of the Kor?mburra~ :"-.'.club visited Leongatha, and a? most .enjoyable afternoon w;as '.:.spent. The weather was all, that c::-ould be desired, and soime even sets were played," thouigh t:::le honors rested with. the ..locals:. -Afternoon tear:was'~,provilde: by the lady members, and w:as :much appreciated.- -Followving iare lthle Sresults:- :i .- Macpherson and D.. J . bSha W (L) beat Wilton .and Bla ie (K) 6-0, 6--3" S:-Foote cand :Hilliard :(L) beat Little and Molland (K) 6-5 6-4. . Macplierson: and Hilliard (L) beat Little and Wilton:(K) 6- 1, 6-4. : :.· ·- "Foote'and D :J. Sh~aw (L) beat' Little .\and :iMolland :(K).{ 6 5, Totals-.Leonigatha," 4- rubbers; 8 sets, 48 games Koru~iurrra 0 rubbers 0 sets; 26.games .i: The secretary of the Leon. gatha club informs us that en .. tries are now being.received:from m::.embers for a mixed idoubles : ::handicap tournamenti which close -.on the 26th- inst. Cond...

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ELECTRICITY ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

ELECTRICITY ON THE FARM. !,,-Electricity is a coming power -in New 'zealand, where there is an ample sup ply of rapidly-running awater to afford means for its generation. When the -Lake Coleridge scheme, now being:car ried out in Canterbury, is completed in a few years' time, a decided lift should be given to this moderni source of power and light. A .number of farmers and station-holders have al ready installed their .own .-plants in various parts of the country. A' Dan nevirlike (North Island) farmer put in an eleotrice plant some years ago. B3 its means he-lihts his house his shear lg sheds, and all out-buildings,- sawi is wood, turns his churn, 'runs hii chaffoutger and does a hundred and one other things required on the farm; .'rois 'a ~syit ch in his own bedroom he con troI~ the whole of the lighting. .The power. is obt'ained from a small creek. A' recent visitorsays there is no other part of New Zealand that is.endowed with so muoh latent electrio power -as T'araiiaki, and he...

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TRAVELLER AND ARTIST. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

TRAVFLILER AND 'ARTIST. He would set out on an Oriental tour with a handbag. Most of his necessaries would be forgotten,- :but. oever his painting materials. Yet· upon one Spanish town he wrote a iiary of fifty-five pages ! Nothing could be more superb than- his gorgeous im pressions of the East, thoug some of his Italian studies might have given the cue to the Futuritic people. Con trary to expectations, when he held his first exhibition in 1892, his -works were received with enormous praise. Apparently the Whistler attempts in reality akin to Brabazon, were. held to be something quite distinct. Or, may be, the critics; from Ruskin down "ards, were delighted with the man's .rsonality, whi-e Whistler seems to 'ave taken delight in offence as afine ?rt. And now a new generation cno see twenty-four of Brabazon's pictures in colour, and read the comments of Mr Lewis Hind, who is a master of the appreciative art. -It is a hand some book an~ reveals to the worldla man who in .a rather st...

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MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. Next Date, Thurs., April 9 [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

MARKET TRAIN.' FlOStII) RTO LEONGATHA. Nex Dae Thurs., April9 Foster (dep.) -. : 9.. :i.Hoddle Range :- ..9.19 Fiserk: ree -" ..: 9.26: Boysj - .,.. 9.34 _ Buffaloi: . " 9.40 ': Stony Creek .. 9 .49 :Meeniyan . 9.54 Tarwin . 10 IKoonwarra . . 10.81 SLeongatha; (arr.).. -.: 10.30 .

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Coming Horse Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

Coming Horse Sales. Tuesday, 'Aprii 21st.--Sale by Mossrs McCartin & Co, in con junction with Mesare Campbell & Sons, in engaitba yards. s;·1n-r~~;lr~i~~ha~t;'~ ~ 2

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PLUCKY IMMIGRANTS. HOW THEY BEHAVED ON THE NARRUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

?-.?--- .?. - . 7 bPLOCKY'IMMIGRANTS. ii KHOW: THEY BEHAVED ONB S NABBRRUNG. Dr South, who was medical. officer on the P. and 0. steamer- Narrung when she encountered the fierce gale in the Bay of Biscay, has much to say of the courage shown by the 250 im migrants who were on board the yes sel at the time. * "We hear a lot about British decad ence nowadays," he remarked, "hMt after seeing the manner in which those immigrants faced what we all -regard ed as certain death, I am convinced that the old dauntless British courage is still there. When Jhe gale was at it height our ohanoes of coming safely through it appeared to be about one in a thousand. All on board, in fact, reconciled themselves to the belief that there was to be no to-morrow for them; and yet in the face of such peril there was not the slightest sign of panic. There were two Jewish sisters on board who cried a little, but they were soon quietened. It was the worst gale Captain Bidwell had ever experi ,enced." Question...

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SCRIPTURE STUDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

SCRIPTURl3sTUDiIEs;: "IIY IlL IOLY: HOLY' HOLY HOLYI SLORD OF I{OSTS!. B::.Y 'pAsTOR RISSEILL. Text: "Hol,; holy, holy, is thel Lord 61 Hosts; tilhe whlole earth sliall be full.of His nlory" (Isa. vhi. 3). Since shortly after the accond century the' Christian Church hlas been-- graduially: led into a total mis conception of - the Divine character as manifested in the Divine. attitude fo ward humanity. 'Little by little heathenish i doctrines respecting an eternity of torture for all ex cept the favored few i'ere preached. Grad FAS TO RUSS'LLL oally men enlarged upon the . errors until to-day tihe most horrible descriptions of the Almighty God arce printed in Chris tion publications, creeds, commentaries, &c. No heathen people.h lie evcr pictured their god in so devilish a light. Ugly though their idols he, they cannot compare with the Satanic descriptions 'which Chris tians in the creeds of. the Dark Ages have given of the God of all grace and. Father of mercies. -, The nobl...

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STONY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

: STONY REEKg:? on Saturday m night' at a wrell attended meeting of repregenta tive district residents, it was de cided -'td hold a monster Sports Carnival and :Pionic fMeeting on the local racecourse. ::The date fixed for this event is Wednesday, 6th. May. The prize mone" to be distributed will amdiunt to close oh £50. The arranged programme includes a Sheffield Handicap, hurdle race, 440yds handicap, 220yds handicap, &c., andrnovel ties i also: a wood- choip, open hack. race, opeh _pony •race, maiden pony race,; 'horse high junmp, and a pony trot.g A pro gramme .:such as :this, w:hich caters for- all tastes, .should: be sufficient in .itself to attract. a large gathering, but the .. pro moters intend making a speciality of ?be District Tug-of-war, six men aside, which is open. to teams representative of the small centres of p'opulation lying around and inclusive of Stony Creek viz., Meeniyan, Dumbalk, Dollar, Grassy Spur and Buffalo. As keen friendly rivalry exists be twee...

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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

SPORT ANDi PASTIME. THE TURF. S:The followoing loik' welO:: l in f5r -::.the races at Aspendale Park to .morrow:- Maiden- PlatePosa?? S. dena and Boyali.:StiSteplechiase ...Enchanted States and Iron Croin. -Asiendale Plate--Golden: .Wire . and Maple Leaf. Astiendlile Parlk Handicap -Monodia- and Pearl King. Aspendale Purse-- Miss Moi and Kareela. Jumlpers' Flat Race - Wingarara and: Strath doon.i .The .principal event to: be d e cided at Rosehill :to morrow wwill be the Rawsoni Stakes, which is run over a riile. and a quartei. :.Included iin the field are such perforrimrs as Alirid, A.urifer, SLil3yeil, Popinjay. Cagou; CiOder; Gold "Brew, Rathlea} Berag~on, Sand other good. horses who, are expected to.take aprominent part in the Doncaster .Handi??p :anid Sydiney Cup.: The placings may ha . Cider . ... 1 Beragoon . 2 Lilyveil 3 After the first acceptaices on Monday the most discdussed; caa : didates- ini connection: withl the :: DdioncasterHanidicapwere Rathlea, Lochano, AAleconner-...

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HALLSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

: ; -HALLSTON. OioWil. ednesday, 18th inst., a very- quiet wedding was cele brated at'" fHalleton," the home of the7 bride's father, Mr T. A. Hall, the contracting parties being Mr Duncan McDonald, of Rosedale, late of Mount Eccles, and Miss J. E. Hall. Both the young people are well respected and esteemed by all who knew them. The officiating cleirgyman was the Rev. Mr Rose, of the Presbyterian Church, Portarling ton, the bridesmaid being Miss R. Hall, of Geelong., The happy couple left Leongatf~a by _the afternoon train en route for Sydney, where the honeymoon is to be spent. 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 have them always' in stock. Diaries are handy to keep stock and farm accounts. Don't forget hooks and lines for the river. We have large stocks on hand at Ford's Fancy Shop and Sports Depot.-Gzaoxe FoRD, Mciar tlnultrret."

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Sunday-school Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

Sunday-school Picnic. ,On Wednesday the annual picnic of St. Peter's Sunday school was held on the Leongatha Re creation Reserve, and proved a most enjoyable: outing for the scholars and their.-friends. The weather was all that could, be desired, for a picnic, a cool south breeze tempering the heat of the sun.- During the morning Mr Shaw was busy driving backwards and forwards to the reserve with all the good things necessary for a successful picnic.. At-1 o'clock dinner was served,, and 'youthful appetites were soon lost, as many traysful of sand wiches, cakes, and pastry disappeared. At--3.30. in the afternoon tea .was served to..'? all parents ahd.visitorss present,- an?d:at 6 o'clock tea was:providedý; for;ithe scholars, after which- the willing workers and the visitors had their tea. At one .timae Mr Shaw and Rev.H.J. Harvey were .seen vigorously olaying rounders with the youhg people; - .then would be seen .'Mr Shaw, Mr Molloy, and Mr: Shefford, sur rounded by happy groups of ...

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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

PATCHED FROM t LEONGATH - c Cin osing Hour. To Welban'urne & Koruumburra 7 am & 845 p.m. r 'All statioins to at. Leongatha South SMonF Wed., & Fri 11.45 a.m. SHbgaMiboo Nor . : th-O:-: . ' :' ' - .Tues. Thurs., Sat. : 11,a.m. Mardan- - Tues., Thurs., Sat-. _ a.m. McKin ont '. R.o.- : 0 STues., Thurs;, Sat:i:: a.m SWheelan's R.O; Sc0 :: : :Tues.; Thurs. Sat. :11a.nm SKoorooman, East-: 2: .: Tues. Thurs., Sat., l11a.m. Mardan. South- : ' :.Tues., Thurs;, Sat.-/.. 2 p.m. Wooreen HR.O Tues., Thurs., Sat. 1140 a.m. Francome's R.O- ... :Tues.,: hurs, z Sat1..81.40 a.m. Hogan's RO ;-.--. 0 S.Tuest hurs it Sat 11440 a.m. ;'To oather; pla ks- actI -JI 4.z. :" .:.{.0". ' ]:: 'Mount Eccles Tues. & Saturday -.12.30 p.m. -Harper's- HO. STues. & Saturiay 12 3 :p.m.: TP inin to PTarwiin *Lower, : - " - Tes, Thurs. Sat .'. 2 noon Stony Creek to . Dollar,.- . Fidge's n R.O., Scott's- :: R.O. & Mirboo Sthi-n -. : :.Mon., Wed & Fri. 1.30p.m. Meen...

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