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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

REMEMBER WHEN YOU GET CLEMYENITS TONIC YOU GET HEALTH TOO! A PROFESSIONAL NURSE well known throughout Wetern Australia, writes her opinion;. NURSE ALICE WILKINSON, 21 Hydet Strint, Nth. Perth, nends this letter "Ihave-spefit many years -in myprofessionas a nurse, both here and in- Victoria. I have nursed the sick of all descriptions, and some have been very low and weak. The question always arises - in the mind of the nurse whatr is the best medicine for a. patient when thoroughly run. down or to keep'them frboni getting low and prostrated. Fromyearsof experience and . ,ilose observation I can say I know of no medicine as good as CLEMENTS TONIC as a.. nerve food and appetising medicine,, creating a desire for nourishment. It qgiickly gives health and strength.: (Signed) NURSE:WILKINSON:" No truer letter was everwritten to woine thani this one, prsisgttse t fratral piaopeities of tis iesarkaesdici'ie. Whet, shenerouas s system ts sbatctredttsruuh rxhautisese studies, ' rfever, wastin...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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CORRESPONDENCE. THE TOTALISATOR. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

CORRESPONDENaC., :THE TOTALISATOR.: 'zTO- THE EDITOR. "' "' SIR,-The- legalisation of. the totalisator.is such a burning ques tionjust now that the following will interest many of your readers. When Mr Mackey was asked at last election as to his position he said he would await:the finding of the New South Wales Com mission, and he would not. favor the totalisator unless it decreased gambling - elsewhere. .That is statesmanlike, for all thinkers know the: evil of gambling, and patriots dare hnot dol anything to increase it. Nw,II understandithat the Commission `found that the totalisator did increase gambling. The " Lyttleton 'Times " (N.Z;) states :-" We believe that if- the totalisator, which lihas- created nine-teniths:' of the gam blers in the country,' were bolished, -the evil would' lbeat once enormously. rediced-anid th at wit"inh a de-. cade -:it :would ' be ' no- greater menace to :the com0imunity than it appeared to be before the machine was introduced;' . The totalisa-" to...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

L AWN TENNIS. On Saturday afternoon last eight members of the Leongatha 'club journeyed to Korumburra to play a return match wvith the Korumburra club. Tli-e teafi on this'oocasion included two ladies (MlrsiFraser and Miss D. Shaw) both.f- whomplayed an excellent game;, defeating their.opponents, who also played well, by five gamies. :-Heavy rain fell during the afternoon,. and the play .was interrujpted. The: Leongatha menr failed in their volleying, which was made :necessary on account of t~he. wet balls. Dr. Green aind-Mr V .Nicholls excelled n thlis re and one set:. of ten games .wad agreed:'ipdon Afterinoon tea was provided by the Korumburra lady members- :and.. was much appre ciated F-ollowing are the 're su'lt's Dr. Green and Dr Nicholls (K.) beat Shaw and Foote (L.).10--?. SV. Nicholls a:nd Wilton (K;), beat R-ossitoer and Al!ison (L.), 10-2. Green and Dr. Niciholls (K.); beat Hilliard iand Colvinu (Ti) 10--2. V. Wilton and Nicholls (K.), beat Foote.and Shawi(L.), 10 6.' ILi...

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Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA, LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

Postal lnifo· itat on. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA Within Commonw1halthand allplaces in Britisl 3m i-pre,+ peri?:-6 oe - ... 01 E 'Bach additionaUl ½o;~` i .0 .2~.':. -. POST CARDS~i W-ihin conmi? e ablietha alnd:`: all pIadces ?n British Emi pire sinigle, each , .-: . '1 'i: Reply, eachi"half .. . O1 To all other plices sinigle . , 1 Reply oards 0:..i . .. 0O: 3 NEWSPAPERS. . W"ithin ::?dmonweralth a. ind New Zealaid~ for every newspaper up to 1o0b.s 0 Newspapers-?pl~inted outside the Commonwealth are subject to miaga sine rates f.pposlage pnited I Kngdom-Not ex.. .: ceeding 8s.o each news paper 01.... ? . 1 Each aditi.bnal 2oz. .:. 0 For transmision wholly by sea per: Oe?nt and P. and : 0. steamers, 16oz ..I 0 1 Other places, not exceediig':i: 4ozs 0 Each additional 20oz.. ...; 0? .I:t i::BOOKS.'. Within?te hCommonwealth :: or booksiprinted ini ' Aui?s tralia, per 8oss; oirpart 0 Printed outside Auestralia,::' per 4ozs., or part thereof 0.½ To New Zealand, per 4ozs. O 1.. To all ...

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MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. Next Date, Thurs., April 9 [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

SM;ARKET :,TtA;IN·~ Fish.· Crek .. 92 FTiII T'l~~TifO L~iEONGATHA Hodd Ra ..ne 9. Buffalo O Stony Creek 9.4 1\eeniyan 96 Tarwin ' Koonwarra - ). leongatha (r)*k ~ O8

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

~: i-:~SMOKI~E DRIFT. ; H? ,,oardaings are not permitted in Germban cities. :: -March 26th was the anniversary of the fall of Adrianbeple. : 'The State Ministry is busy pre :.: paring for the Pre miers'. confer ence. :'Disd6overy Day willbe celebrated this year in the State schools oii 24th Apr~il. -- Irrigation at Cohuna is bring ing salt to the surface, to the ruin of the land. - Miss A. Pankbhurst, a represent : aitive British- suffragette, :is -in ..Melbourne. Fighting in Mexico continues. In the latest engagement 2000 men w ere.killed.' The Chief Coziimissioner recom mends that "fossilised " railway cars be scrapped. Municipalities in Germany rimn pawnshops,. to protect the poor against extortion. Severe tempest off the coast of Brittany. Many fishing boats and their crews lost. SThe French steamer St. Paul a wreck off the Queensland coast. Eighteen lives lost. The Railway Department has a ..total of 1131 carriages,80 per cent. -- .- of which are bogies . : "" The 'Depiairtment...

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He Wanted a Wound. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

Ie To Wnted a . Wound. Wounded? No. Nor have I ever seen.the tim,' . hen I wished to be: . SDid any one?. : : ; Yes, indeed. - I have known volunteors' who iier. ?gavbe a.thought to rank or promoiti,'m wSho serveda ell and fought woll- iit.'' ' seemingly, no other ambition: thai.: jsz carryhibnie with them inome sugly sr in a conspicuous place. I reoall'.ia-; iS'iarlable case of this kin'd. fi-Johnnie was a young androsy rcru' :in a Kentucky regiment, brave in.actEi -:: and a favorite in camp. He often ex pressed a wibi tbha the war might no end until he had received Ms soar. - : - One day in 1863, while the army . o Gen. Rosenoraunlwas resting *at :.SIM S.freesboro, Tenn., recruiting from th. :: efeatsof StoneRiver, the comoany t. V'-. ich Jchimie belonged was orderec: out as guard to a wagon tiain that was ' pullig out on a foraging expediticza Our S liie of imaicih was along the Shelbyville ;::' --.'thrnpipe,-wherewe found some well i:;filled orn-cribs. While the wagoni : :. ,wer...

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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

- ':kl : "? '?~:' ;, - ' '""" '" .. .~.i. .:! " "- "'·- · :'?" r. . ..·.-r: " '". B1QET NDPA~STIME.:': ?The -';Ballarat Cu mee-tg'-;:. neehni will be held to-morrow, and the ief eveito- bie decided w.ill be the Cup iin whichs.everal good horses are engaged?. (The follow ing should run well inrttheir.'re setve Wraces WHurdle Racl- Gertie Moore gnd Ar:tillery Bill_ B.T.C. Plate .-- Georgette an'd Precious;. 'Ballarat COup Ham: burgBelle and Monodia.= B.T.C. P-rse" Ic'arus and: .Malvaceous. Flying:- ;Hanidicap --Four Flush Preciouis. :,.The Rawsoin Stakes, which. was run at Rdsebdil on Saturday,- ..re sulted in a victory for Popinjay, who started:'at 8?t- tb 1E Loochano was second, and Aurifer third, The race was run in a hea'vy thunderstorm, so too much notice must not be taken of the running of :several. Donicaster ,Handicap cdaididates whod. finished behind the pliabedhorses?.-.' .. :_Andelosia put iup. a good per formance atRosehill on Saturday, when he carried 810 to victory in th...

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Our Easter Carnival. (A DREAM BY THE BARD OF TARWIN.) [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

Ouir Easter Carnival. (i E?E?M'L By THE BARD OF ?: i .!: .?..-::: TARWIN.) "' . The einten fasts had passed away, A.nd, s:of yore, thi8e meals a day, W.ebre called for by the inner man. Follbwing :on f :these. Cnoprised of. l beer, anid bread. and c;hee"se,?.?/.:..?- -: ' (Aided bya ragrant Span ish onion) I slept that sleep known to the just, Or to .the man who gets his blow iin Efust." Then a sweet curly headed maid Clothed-:.not in a..-- little brief ..authority,:- .. But simple "hite, appeared and said : ':The fair nmaid Charity, in sore -distress,: Iniites assistance, .-and ':.idemands redress ; Ii anlswer to hier summonswe ap pear, She's doubly anriswered by your .presence here, . We'trust that ybh'll be pleased With all you see And show youri.kind approval In.the shape of £ s D. Still dreaming I gazed with: :aie upon the Presi dent; - In ermin'e robes, and scarlet stoles; And our 6ne-Drum Major, 'In puiplje:and much fine linen clad, Wielding, with energy devout, His phsto'ral...

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Now! [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

Now?l An English noblemanuho diea re cently was frequently spoken of among -his fellows-as being "too good for this earth." He was excessively absent minded when in society, and passed much of his time in solitude and medi tation. "He was as pure and un: worldly," says hisbiographer, "as a be ing of another sphere." Looking closely at his life, however, it appears, in spite of the large oppor tunities which his wealth and rank gave him, to have been of little use or value to his fellowmen. Aspirations and dreams, however high and noble, which never pass into words or actions, do not weigh heavily in the world. When Prince Bismarck retired from public life last winter, a member of the eichstag said, shrewdly, "The power of the Prince for good or evil lay in the use which he made of the present mo ment. He never worked for to-mor row, but for to-day. SProbably the same criticism could be. made upon every man who exerts a liv ing force upon his generation. He lives not to dream of the ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

SCRICKET. In the Mirboo North Cricket Associationii matches for the past season, the best batting average in the. competition was obtained by Wally Hugles (Dumbalk). In 11 innings he scored 230 runs. (twice not out), wliich gives him an average of 25'55. His -highest score was 118- not out. He was urifoirtunate in being run out :on three occasionis. - The teams to play in the local colipetition on Wednesd'ay next are Lardner's and Neals.- The tearms are:-Lardne, Peel, Swan'i, Gregory, Marshall, Pearce, Dow; Warfe, Driver, Humberg, ~Mogg and Tarrant. Neal's teaam Neal, Scholes, Cain, Cdtter; Shaw, Griggs, Brumley, Foote, Nickless, Matthews, Edey E yand Cahill. Leongathiawill travel to Mirboo North on Saturday next to play a return match with-Mirboo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

I'Cartin & Co J Leongatha . Sheep and Cabtle Salesmen, Stock, StationLanad & Financial' Agents. CATTLE SALES, 1914. Leongatha.. Korumb'ira. Thurs Friday..--" March. 5 19' .. 13 27 A2ril .-.. 216 30 :.,-:24 May ... 14" 28 i:,: 8 22-' June ... 11 25 .5 19 July 9.. 923 3 17 31 August 6* 20 14 28 September... 3 17 ... 11 25. : October ...1 I" 15 29.-: 9.: 23 November... 12 26 ..6 20 December ... 10 24 ?. ,: -4 18 . Denotes First Sale.: Agents for Sun .]ire Office; Colonial Mutual Life; National Trustees, Execu-: tars and Agency Co. SHead office; Leongatha, Branchoffice Korumburra. : _ Loans Negotiated: Phone 28, Leongatha. OUR, NEXT SALE ON THURSDAY. 2ND APRIL Executor's Sale. House & Land, LEONGATHA. Thursday, April 2nd, 1914, At 12.30 p.m. .-Ml cCARTIN & CICO. li;?ae re S-:: ceived instructiois :'from' the :.. UN ON: TRUSTEES CO of Aus Stra?l Ltd., trustees in'theSes;tate of tlhe late J. W. Grieve, to' sell by public auction at the Commercial Hotel, Leo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

FIRE'& FIRE' ";* CRAIG'S NEWS AGENC -: TEMPIORABRY-' PREMISES IN~ iSNELL S BUILDINGS, NEW Stock Stationery Ckon "fectionery3 and School Books to hand, tbgether with our iusuial supply. ofNewspapers. and Maga zines. Tickets for Eight Hours' and . Druids' Art Unions. : Do You Want Good Value For Your Moneyi ? .PRICES RIGHT. IF-SO, CALL ON - T. H. COCHRAN, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE R. H. SIMON, PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, UIOR the Following Lines :-TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and- all Iro6 .' Work in connection with Houses and Farms. Windmills'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 guaranteed. HOT and COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERATING, and . SEWARAGE CONNECTIONS LAID ON. E...

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MARKETS. GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

GIPPSLAND COCOPER ATTIE SETLING CO.'S REPORT:.: Butter.-Choicest 5in ood d niand at is 1%d to is 2d,-u feWWpoints under choicest ??d' to be sal at 'Is? :t? is id;, good to0 prime-:ld to 11i/d secbn'ds 10d to lid,. separators -.9'd to o10d, daii?;: 7'zd to'- 8d Chbese. Loafsi.es :6'/d: to 7d,.mnieditium s 6%d to 60d, semi-mniatured 64d to 7d, matured 7½d td 8.?Eggs' Ordinary -lineSls;- s private lines higher. Bac?p. ~ :Prinme light sides- lOd to-10d, minedium weights 9½d, middles 10')d' to Ild, haims ist lto isid Lard. Bulk 6d ?to 6',/d paclkets 7.7l Wheat-F.a.q: 3sg 9d to 3s 10d, medium .qualities according ..to sample. : Oats.-Milling ls .lld, feed ls 9did toils l0d for :best, is .7d to 1is. 8d -foir-: medium. Maize.-Holders are asking 4s, but the best offer is 3s Iid. :Pdta to?sg?--Pri?ne Carmans a'risoiling at £4 15si Brownells' £4 :10s, and medium: and inferior according to quality. O:oniori~s £6 is:: now top price; Chaff. Prime. odaten is Iselliig at £3 2s 6d, :gbood- £3: btit ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

MEMBERS of the Liberal Leagues have had no more important duty to discharge than the approaching selectionof six osxof the seventeen. aspirants; who are ;anxious to carry thei Party colors should a double dissolution ,be granted. -It is of vital- importance that the pre-election should fairly repre sent the' Liberal thought. and Liberar sentinment .of- the whole State; Even if some one wing carried its .own men to tle ex clusion of .all others, Liberals generally would accept !the man date of April ?neit when :the actual election came. But a very large; -though quite uncertain, percentage of the electors ,.is neither Liberal nor,Labor, arid its ever doubtful verdict ? ill, be de termined by the:tact? and breadth of view displayed ;l when .the Leagues declare themselves. The pre-election poll will.; decide whethei Victoria is to be repre sented or misrepreserted in: the next Parliament. If members of the Leagues realise that, they will give serious attention to the casting of their v...

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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA [Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 April 1914

MAILS RECEIVEDIAND DES. PATCHED IiFROM`LEMONiATHA . !Closing Hour.f - To Melbourne &:- : .Corumburra 7fm 845 m. Allstatioristo ::- <:;i i : : Port Albert :. '0.45 a.m. Leongatha South-- ] :;-.: lMon., Wed;, Frii 1:45a.m. Mirboo North Tues. Thurs. ;Sat. 11 Ma.m. Mardan- : i Tues.,' Thurs., Sat. 11 a.mi McKinnon's R.0.- '. -Tuei? Wrs -Sat. 1 i.m Wh "FErani.i^ s RO:O " '- '" '':" Tue. -Th?rs., Sat. :- 11 a.m K-oaiooman ::ast- ':: . -. : TuesThurs., Sat., :l a .m y'MaargioSouti . Tugs iThurs., Sat. 2 p.m. .'Woofieq R.O.- : ;'^ ;· ' ' Tu9 hurs., Sat. 11.40 a.m. Franvor 's R.O.- - ,Tues. ' hurs., Sat. 1140 .m. SHogan's '.:". Tues., Thurs., Sat. 11.40 a.m. Mount'Eccles- .:'.-: Tues..& Saturday 1t2.30 p.m. Harper'sE-RO.- . Tues. &'Saturday 1230 p.m. Tarwin to Tarwin Low.er, and Cashin's lose bag Tues., Thurs., Sat. 1 noon Stony' Creek-: t6Dollar, Fidge's R.O., Scott' R.O. &,iErbooSth :-p Mon., -Wed & Fri 1230o p.m. Meeniyan ;to: Dumbalk, - ...

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SCRIPTURE STUDIES. JESUSNAME' [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 April 1914

SRIPTUIRE STUDIES.: ii I 4~~Y 6Ut BY PASTOR RUSSLI. "ext: "I have, sworn by Mysel~ that`unito Me every knee shall bow, evey' tongue shall swear" (Isa. xlv., 23). He.. The Scriptures de clare that at fhe name f Jesus every knee shall bow and every tongue confess to the k l?1ry of God. Ouer careless .reading of this passage bad led '- omne. to asBsume that Ithe? nowing knee and Ihe-confessing tongue vill:.be a mere for .nality; while our hearts.are still in re bellion. But a careful m~n~na unkno~ +n S fact that these acts will be to the glory .of God. Further, we find our text quot ed in the New Testament with the assur anoe that every knee and every -tongue will include things in heaven as well as things,:on the earth (Phil. ii., 10-11). In Dther 'words, the great work which, as the Father's representative, Jesus shall accomplish, will bring Him fame -ina glory , amongst angels and men. The .question arises, When will this be, and how will it be brought about? Nearly nineteen centuri...

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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 April 1914

ii?::D .? ? ,0. ?:n- r. ?; i DIr M awo, of Antarono fame, was married on Tuiesday 2Jdewelleris of repute have no faith ini he English haill iark`x 'In the miniies- of :Ne?; Calledo6ia the pasy is 46Sd and 5si per day f 9 hfours stamp isofrequentlynot more than: Q iO Pi:.,? ;• :-.'..'. ?:'??- .I,.' : ? '::-: :: ; :Sincoe 16t hl-De?ici be 6093,447 bgs, of helat have be moved to the seaboard. At ilast election there were 929 737Liabor Ioas aas a928,15 2 non~ La;ibor ~electors e'- -At. edfern(:l s .:?~. a seller ;of illicit grogwas 'fined £100 for.'is *secDondl offeoce. ; -The State revenue foir 9. nriths stands'att£7 172 562 -aquarter .million: inorease. -: '.A.t the Minyipp railway station 130,000 bags of wheat are stacke'd awaiting transport.- .:-. ;; ; J. E.; Handley'& Souis'i butteri factory' at Toora was destroyed.by fire _on Monday. - ' ': . , S:Tuesday.was the '57tbh h.iniver sary bf the Brightbon auxkiliary B. andE. F Bible. Society . - The are 21 cases down for hear in...

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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 April 1914

LAWN4. TENNIS. Arrangements , for -the- nmixed doubles handicap tournament <:in connection : with :. the :Leongatha Tennis :Club. have now been com pleted, .and -much interest is being taken by members. The entries. conprise 20-'gentlemen and .17 ladies-, which is most satisfactory. Arrangements have been made for the, three gentlemen left without partners in the first round:.te:diraw for, partners from the -defeated. ladies'in the first :round. ?:,Playeri are .rreminu.ec.i at ,e t -irt rouniUa miust be completed by:22nid April on-ompliance :with this rle mganssdisqualification which will be strictly enforced. Folwlwpgare, the 'handicaps and draw for the first .round-- : -FIRST ROUND i.' deC. Shaw & Miss D. Shaw (owe 30.2) v. McNaughton and Mise M. Grant (reo; 15.) " Lardner & Miss Bellingham (owe 15.2). v. R. Shaw & Miss McLean (rec. 3). - Purbrick-& Miss Bond (rec. 2) v. Potter & Mrs Fraser (scr.) .. - .: Brumleysenr. & Mi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 April 1914

Association.~ NOTICE. EASTER HOLIDAYS. THE Business Places ln Leon ±gatha will be~ closed- ALL DAY !on 'Good :Friday, Easter Saturday, and Easter Monday, and :remain .open ALL DAY-0on -Wednesday, 8th April;, and. Wed Rnesday,15sth April;, and until ..10 o'clock-I or- Thursday Night, 9th April. J- . T. LARDNER, ' Secretary. . Leongatha Football Club. THE ANNUAL MEETING will be held in the lodge-room at the Mechanics' Hall on TUESDAY next, 7th inst., at 8 p.m. Business: To arrange for th' coming season. A good attendance requested . : C C; CHESTER;,?I?:?I?!!'I?] :-1:Hon ec~; - ·4' - - I1CTOR\AN. R^,L.WAYS EXTRA TRAINS. On 9th and 14th April the 4.43 p.m.: train from- Flihders Stretet' will rn't;:?hoi.ugi tPort Albert! reach there at. 1138,p;rm, and return from Port: Albertito 1\flbourne on 10th and 15th April at 4.50 R m. EESm'. ifo Acting Secretaryu. LEO ATHA MEOHANIOS INSTITUTE. .ThuSdagy, 9th AprA il ·.· PIctr Efii~ tertiflent I I aid o~f the-f uds of the~2. a- - StarPictu re--f ad...

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