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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 April 1914
: :CORRESPONDENE?. - TO THE EDITOR. Sni,-At 'the meetinig ,of the Social Reform Bureaid on Mondayj eveniing last the secretrary, at the requestof the executive :.reald- a Iengthy~-repMort ;in-order, that .the puiblic might know whyi no coni ictioi? followed ttierrniungi o6f'a sepinning jennyin continection with' the recenoi:R;O. Bzaarir Those priesenlt appeared quite ;satisfied ~with the: repdort but. I think' the public shiould'?also know-wthy the local Social Refornim Bureau-~ did not institute proceeding:s against the: committee of. ianageiment of the-Presbyiterian bazaar.forhiold' ing raffles in connection-with.the one they held .on a .moererecent date. The public, I :.thinikhave a right to know this, for the general opiniion is that it .:·was ,for thei want of evideiince Seing that Mr Seamer, as secretary of the Local Reforinm Bureau ihastaiken such an.iterst nineitineform work, would he b;.efore leavinig the diis trict- explain?this i:to the pih blic: Thaiking yoti for y.our v...
Tarwin Lower Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 April 1914
: Tarwin dLt.ower, Slio rts.; The fol?o?'ing is : -stateient of Iccounts- in connhectidonwith the Tar Lwer Sid portsili edon March 13th, ? ing a profitl of £30 12s- 'i.. RECEIP~TS. £ S ·- 3 D tions .. 28 £13 0 Entries 1.. .. 6I?16 Members tickets I15 10 0' Gte .4 128' 6 Drance / " 6O 0 1otot~r b . .. 1O 9 0 Pig . 1 16 0 Afteron te"" 3 '6 0 Sale of spl . ? 8 11 £7816 r11 EXENDITURE Accountts':;~~~;: paid5 4 - izes-_paid:.-? ."" ' 1.,>.:2 &lt;.7:6: Pries unpaid .5 17 6 Acc?sfi ti aidun p.a14'0 Banik charge cheque boobk and stamps 0. 11 Balane' &: . 30 12 0 ? e? Thofillo?iwg conitributed dona ,0tih?s Gloriig Ligi?t 0.;--Abblits ford Brewery, Rolfe & Co.,; Oak ley, Adams & C6., Redmond,Little &. Co., George Henderson, W. Jex, Morris & Meeks, MaoRobertson, John Carter, T. Ellis, &;. Soinis, Kimpton & Sons, W. Field, Andrews, Kerr, J. Johnson, J. Lees, Kewish, Reeder; .Rossiter, Black Bros., H. McDowell, Evans & Co...
ATHLETIC [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 April 1914
. ATHLETIC :, . Athlet-es are reminded that entries: are duie.tot riiorro N (Sat~ urday) for thi chief events to be run at the Charity Sports Carnival on the Leongatha Recreation Re serve on :Easter iMoniday.i On Wednesday next-, April 8th, entries must be in 'the hands obf the sicretary at' :Buffalo0 for -the principal: events ::to take place thereo i-n Wednesday? April 15th. Wheni !forwarding nomiiations, athletes; must?'remember that the necessary fees. must :.:be iIin cluded.
Quips and Quiddites of the Man in the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 April 1914
Quips and Quiddites of thie . Man in the Street.; - (BY PODARGUS.) .Whilst sitting on the top rail of Mcartin's sale yards indulging in Nature Study :of the Cow, I heard a : parental lookiiig :old dodger say,: No, :I' ?n sending them to a !private schoolbecause? there is t~ nuch tom? rii ot' about Stat?e schools:: nowada?s.' I As I wasn't a buyer, nor yet a seller,' 1 got downifrom my er, tand being chiummy, ?~i " with the .boys I set out to:ti: fiid iwhiat this tommtirot amouintaed to fromna practical stahdpoifnt The first: 'carndidate : was -asksed if he knevwil where "Tinibuctoo :was situiated; and thle 9reply wis, ' Dunno;,?neve6r heaid- of -the balliy place ' Inquiiry; as ,to th& whereabouts- of Chicago Calcutta and: Coleraine led ?'to: similar re iultii -Noi: 21 was asked whait causedthe- tides to rise and fall. I was informed" ,Thel wind, of course, what'd you ::think ?" : No. 3 cl:iaimed to :be a " dab "' at brush work. -He was: asked to name the primary colors, but ...
SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 April 1914
SORT, ANI) PASTIME. - "THE TURF The following look well in fo the races at Epsom to-morrow. RHurdle Race-Sam Codok aiind Boniie George. Epsomit Handiii cap-Hamburg Belle andii-.First Aurate.. Welter Handica? Yani dilla King .and Winn. ngii Post First Divisiorn Ha;ldicap Meeieut and Georgette.: second Diviiioni Diodhj - s and t>Miiss lldMoi Third DivisioniiFustanelle aind Princess '"Al the EvictorianF 'horses? ae 46idg wifell.o~n: te i eldt~~k'af :R~srnd? wick; anddro mise. to 'take'a pra , mineiidnt patinii sodie oftht'it:- big' events at the A.JOf imeeting' Somi good gailops were exechted 6onTuesday, Cideri purtting up the morning' rebordl fori seven fur lonlgs A?-uriferis now the horse .freely menitionedlin ?nonnecton with the Doncaster: Hartndicapa;-i.aa :.otliers whose.chiances a':r'e regarded with great faivor: are Ratlilea, 'Ale?n ner; Lochani ;:Beafui Soult Suin like and Golden IHop - Fior the Syd ney Cutip, W::.allalo; ? 'Sinapis, Anidelosia, Belovie, :The -'Parisian, ani...
Sports at Nerrena. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 April 1914
: 1Sports at Nerrena. The annual picnic and spdrts at Nerrena took place on: Wednes day. .afternoon last, when: there was-- a good attendance. There were events for young men and maidens, boys and girls,, also for mniarried folk, and the outing was enjoyed .by -all; Afternoon tea was provided .in the hall, which added to the pleasure of those who attended. An eniergetic com milittee had.charge of the events, and kept things humming mer rhily. The judges were Messrs N. A; Munro anrid Wm. M"loore; starters; Messrs Gee. H. Brown and Drowley;, senr.; hon.: secre-· taries, Messrs N. E. Hayes and J. HI Fletcher.° Committee-Messrs A, Sill, N; Munro, Bert Drowley; S. Tieman, Holloway, and' J. T. Kindellan. In-the eveninga most successfil dance was held in the hall, -when the music was pro vided.by Messrs J. G McPherson & Son which completed a pleasant day's outing..: Following -is a record of the events --' : i-Sheffield Handicap.- First heat -T.- Munro 1 YV. Stafford 2, W. Alcorn :...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 April 1914
CRICKET. SThe match. between Lardfner's and Neal's teams, on the. Leon gatha reserve on. Wednesday; decided. the premiership of the season.- The points: scored are as" under --iBond 26, Neal 20; Lardner 14.:- Scores: L;ARbNER'S TEAM. :-; Lartner, b Cain . . . 2514 Gregory, b Caiii:: ...... 25 Peel, o, b Cotter .. ... 5. Mogg, c; b Cotter . ..::' 19 Marshall; b Caih. . ..:. 4 Dow, c,b Caii - ... 12 Humberg,&lt;not out ;:;. ;.:. 3 Warfe, b bCotter,.:- ... ..i: 2 S-: undrjes -' . ... 1 ·-:·- 1 _85 Beiwling.-z-Cain, 4 wickets for 53 runsi Cotter 3 for 31.-":::: - . NEAL'8 TEAM. Shaw; c, bLardinei~: :3.-: .. . .. 3 Matthews, b ILardner :-.::...;: 2 Edney,;c, b Lardner ... . -.-....4 Brumley, b Lardner .: :27 Cain, b Mogg ... ... ..? 0 Scholes, b Mogg. :9.. .::..- .9 Hone bLardner . - -. Neal,b .Lardner . . 2 Cotter, b Mogg,.. .. O Nickless, b Lardiier ... 1 Cahill,: not out -..- . li ....: :: 0 Sundries i.0. . ... 10 60 SBowlinig. Lardiner, 7 wickets for 23 runs,iMogg 3 for 30. T...
Social Reform Bureau. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 April 1914
Social Reformn Bureau.^ SUnd?er the' auspices of thea bove a:public meeting was held in the .Leongatha Hall on Moniday: evening last, when th'e president (the Rev. Jas. Jackson) presided. The chief item on. the programme was .a :lantern lectiure entitled "-The Story -,of Aicoh6l.: This :was- givert by thei R?, ev -W. -seamer,. who,- in- :an. address, stated^ that : -Sir F.reves; a scientist ha d desciribedcitd as an insidious -poisoin," aid Professor Osborne (Melbo irhne-:University had stated that iti jv as -".a .nar Scotic poison." .-It was created by the decomposition or. rotting -of moist sugar. i'.'Alcohol is" pu?tri fied sugar," said Dr Ridge- ~IIn; teresting slides showed the wine making process-: In: grapesl the sugar. was already: present;and only need: cotact'with;the air to be changed into alcohol: and cabonic acid. gas; Bit in ;the making of alcohol from0 grainithe starch was'first changed to sugar by malting:. By, fermentation good food was turned to: poison. One pint o...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 April 1914
iFOOTBALL.. " Footballers and those interested idn the game are notified. by :adver. tisement in ainother -column' that thle annual meeting of the Leon gatha .club has .been irranged" for Tuesday evening-next, at 8 o'clocki in the lodge-room at the Mechanics' Institute.- A goiod atteridance is desired,: as . arrangements will be made for the ensuin'g season.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 April 1914
.. IF .. OUT OF CEAR WOtFE'S-SCHNAPPS Spells Perfection in. Liquor. It Is a Popular Tonlo. Please E. S. CALLANANH Member or the Australian College of Dentistry and Mlelbourne DentalIHospital. ' McCARTIN-ST., LEiONGATHA. . ,.. Lso?B. m:.- DENTIST, May be consulted ; daily (eXceoV as underp% Fish Creek, Tuesday Maric -ieeniyan,-Tuesday, Marc?lih;31;': Foster, Wednesday, April 1 : Stony Creek, Tuesdav,' A`iil r. SDENTIISTRY: McGOWAN andri DUE (lRecorded by the Dental: Board 'of Vic toria). Al.o?lasses of Dentistry. S Painless ektractions;, 2/6 Hours 9 a.m. t'6 p.m:i :-: : Saturdays,:9 oa.,i.otb 9 .?i: " Federal": Brand Racka _ '" ": :: - . rock ;.-"* --- :::,..:.:: TCHEGheaestand Most ~Effectiye f ?:Explosive for this purpose. Ab. solutely sate '-and non-explosive until mixed, Can be fired either by time fuse or electrically. ., -. - Manufactured by THE AUSTRALIAN EXPLOSIVES & COEMICAL C00; LTD., 135 William Streiet tMelbdiu r e (Telephone, Ceistrnal 228) Factoi and Laboratorie...
Coming Horse Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 April 1914
Coming Horse Sales. Tuesday, pril 21st. .:::Mes'srs McOartihi::& Co., ini con -jdxictidn With Meissrs Campbell &t I :,.Soisi, in Leongatha yards. Bodies rising from the wrecked Sl.I'Freoch vessel are jmmediately :i--torn to pieces by sharks and only shrediS and scraps reach thesur --I r. Justice Rich intends to visit ,:· bakeries and observe conditions under :which bread is produced, ;.!-?.before delivering his arbitration awards : A-:;?? : motor driver in Sydney who ',:::coutributed to the death of a woman was sent to gaol for five years. 1914 is here and. you will require d.r-.:--diaiies aid almanacs. We have a good range in atock. L. L.. Smith's almanac i. always popular, and we have them a"- lways in stock. Diaries are handy to keep stock and farm accounts. Don't ;:i: forget hooks and lines for the river. We have large stocks on hand at Ford's Fancy Shop and Sports Dspot--G?oieB Ri? ?.era, MoGartin.mtreet.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 April 1914
M'Cartin & Co Leongatha. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, Stock Station, Land & Financial Agents: : CATTLE SALES, 1914, Leongatha; Korumb'ra. - Thurs :. Friday. April ... 2 16' 30 24: Mayr ;.. 14" 28; ..'. 8 22 June ... 11 25 5 19 July 923 31731 August .. 6 20 .. 14 28 September .:.. 3" 17 1 :.. r 25-:1 . ..- October 1,-... : 15 29: 9 ?23 November?.;. 12 26:,-::;: 6 20 -'December .:,.10 24... 4 18. *Denotes First Sale . A Agents for Sun ire Office; Colonial S" Mutual Life; Natioial.Trusteesi, Execu tars and -Agency Co. ; . - Head office, Leongaths.b -Branch o?ice Korumburra . . - - Loane'Negotiated. Phone 28;Lebongatla' .OTUR NEXT SALE -. ON THURSDAY, 16TH APRIL Special Sale. KORUMBURRA.: Wednesday, April 15, 1914. S600-OCATTLE.-soo - : cCARTIN & CO. will hold a - Special Sale of Cattle at the -: . Corporationi Yards Korumburraoi Wednesday, April 15th, at 1 p.m., -: :when they will off as under:- •:_ ?' 200 Bullocks, 3? and 4years, in: very forward condition. 100 B...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 April 1914
:!? : I ii? .i: :.? .iL I °! : ,??? i ? i:-:: FiRE V~ - FIRE' CRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY - ?TEMEORARY PfREMISES IN. ' iNELL'S BUILDINGS,: STwo D ors Fronm Od Cor er. Stohdid together" with our isua supply of Newspapersa and Maiga zines. Tickets for Eight.Hours' and Druids' Art Unions. .: f odmm~nowealth` Carriage S.^^-·/^Fac torFy S and .." :. SSHOEING "FORGE; : LEONGATHA. 3. J;. fCAMPBELL, 'Proprietor. The I largest Manufactirer ii. the D istrict. The sort you antlis the Best iin that is my sort. diýldcle 'fares pftionB;^aj|^ No slummning. Every ..article ' 'finished off with care, and eleganee. -My work has been :in the-distirict ;;for years, and speaks foritself. ; Blacksmithing executed in all its . . : branches. : *-' -, :• · 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.) TATE R. H. SIMON, . PEUM.BER-and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, IjOR- the Following Lin...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 April 1914
To .those who watch affairs in Victoria the present outlook .in dicates .serious-. trouble ahead. NtO since thieiperiod of the, great land. bbiom of 25 years, ago? has there been such a' congestion of the life of the State at the centre. Nortwrithstanding all- the.Govern ment has : been attemipting- to do for the: coiuntry districts -the people are steadily- leaving rural for city. industries.: ýThe exten sive , irrigation .schemes' which were to -do so i iuch are no"t all what they have been cracked up to be, and the money laid out on them is :ow not worth, twenty shillings in the,_ pound. _.Al11l this seems quite natural when odine re flects on the nmain`er in iwhich ithe whole'State is run iby iand: forthe be nefitof: the peopl'e of Melbourlne. Half :'of - the ,.population of: the State .is: grouiped -:rounid '.the meeting placef of Parliamerit,, anid pero nal influ encei is still an tii portant factdorin 6ur political life. The m'an: on the:. spot always has aniavdvantage over :...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 3 April 1914
In Memoriam. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The charmed circle broken--a dear face, Missed day by day from its accusiotmed place, But cleansed and saved, and perfected by grace. Onie more in Heaven.:;. One less on Earth. Its pain, its sorrow, and its toil to share, One less the pilgrim's daily cross to bear; Onie more the crown of ransom'd Seaints eAt Home in Heaven. In serted by ber loving husbands and family.
Leongatha Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
- - :Leonhgath'a Tielephone ~.: Exchan ge. Following are the 8numbers and: :: namesof subscribers: 1 ': Shire of Woorayl Offiices.::-: :'2. Butter Factory, and mnanager a :;i residence. . ::.: .-Co-operative Socieys toore.' 4 W. G. Walker, storekeeper: : 5:..: . Peck & :Son, auctioneers. : 6. J. M. Molloy, chetmist- :?: ,. 7. P. Johnson;,but cier. 8; Dr Howden,!pliysician;. ::: : 9. Nurse Morris, private ho ital - 10 Lardner & Co.. ironmongers:: 11 Coli?'?& Co., drapers - 12.: AE. EEdhey, storekeeper : ;13 Rossiter & &Co,-STAR Office. : 14. Pearce s& Jarratt, butchers: :: ::15. S. Maddern,Commercial Hotel 16 Neall:Bros.; storekeepers. S 17. R Bair, Otago Hotel.l -? 'i-'18. ~ E. Manders,: agent: - :''? 1i9- Nurse Good private hospita: : 1 20. Rev.-P. J. Coyne, Presbytery.. S:21 J. W. Rumpf, private residence ; -'22. J. McFarlane, coachbuilder. !i :23. E. McNamara, baker. S? . 2. H. Kelly, undertaker. S:25. Jno. Lardner,private residence...
Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. Within Commonwealth au.nd-. S;-.all places in :British- -ml:. -.r:...::ie, per M ounce ... 1 "-:.:.ic:eh addit·onal oz.-. ... 0 1 POUT 0ARD5. : -IWithin Conmmonwealth and2. all places in British '3m. p ire, single, eoh ... 0 1 . Re :" ply, each half-... .-. ..0~1 S.:.To all other places, single ... 10 Rply oards ... .:, O NUWPAPBRBS. Within Commonwealth and' - "-'New Zealand, for every.-: newspaper, up to 10oss.. 0% Newspapers ;printed. outside, the Commonwealth are subjeet te mIaga s ine ratee of postage. United Kingdom-Not ex. ceeding 8oz., each news-.i! paper ... Each additional 2os.: .. For transmission w--holly b.·.:- : S sea per Orient and P. and:: O. steamers, 1So ... '0 1 Other places, not exceeding 4oss. .... ....- 1 .Each additional os. .;;--:0 Booes. Within the Commonwealth i'-:-or books printed in. Ai.? trlia,a per 8oss. or part- 0 Printed outside Australi, per 4ozs., or part thereof ::0J? To.New Zealand, per 40os. 0 .-1 ...
District News. MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
District News MEENIYAN. K The- annu~al meetixn of tlhe M1iniy;'DistFot i Football Club Wa i?ifild?ion :Satur~diay evening;, Mir;-;W J.: Fariell: beibngin the: chai? There was as large gather i o 0f me ribe rs preen . t-·::.was decided:;to: reform~i the ipb;,/anml the president (Mr *,. AHealy) donated:£5 5.towards-thet: fuh bds: Miesss Allan Hewett Adams and Farrell dona ted trophies ?orj the ensuing season. ':,.The; .following office-bearers :' were elected: President ,.Mr M. Healy-3;' vice presidents, Me'Irs F. Reeder, T. Welsford. W . J. Farrell aid T. Hanily;;ecretary lan ttreasuer, MrC 0. J. Gribbin ;,delegates, ,Messrs; G. How and Gribbin. A strong workinrig coinmmnittee% was appointed- consistirig of ..Messrs W. Beckha;?n Rewett, -Dobsori, !How- Kidd ,:S. Ross, Ryan TF. Healy". and ;.-Merriitt. '.Selectiori comn itee-Messrs Dbobson, How,; McKitterick Welsfordi and: the captain. ;:It was decided to get the team together :at onice,- arid also go.into. the miatter of conveying pl...
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
SMELBOURNE PIG MARKET. S .-Adarson, Strettle & Co. report: SStbres-Best bacon stores 36s t: .42s, s;:econds 28s to 30s, good conditioned slips 22s to 26s, :. isickers 8sto 15s. Porkers-Prime .lieavy 35s to 45s, a few extra ehoice pens to 48., light 32s ..to 37s. Baconers-Prime heavy 67s _ to 74s, a few odd pens to 37s 6d, iprime light 58s to 64s, others from 50s upwards. Backfatters--Very S:: prime heavy sows £6 to £7, extra :to £8 15s- others £410s to £5 10s, irough sorts, including stags, from . 50s. " * Since slet January Harbor Trust riBeceipts from all sources totalled £94,986. - 19??,1 14 is here and you will require iairies and almanacs. We have a good Irange in stock. L. L1. Smith's almanac .is'.always popular, and we have them always in stock. Diaries are handy to keep stock and farm accounts. Don't f:i:orget hooks and lines for the river. We have large stocks on hand at Ford's I Fancy Shop and Sports Dopot.-GEoRaG J-oup, MeCartin.street.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
LADS FOR FARM WORK. To Farmers, Pastoralists, Dairy men, .ad -other. Cotunritry Em ployers.. PARTIES of Lads numbering about 400 are arriving this morith :.from Gireat Britain who are desirous of obtaining country employment at wages. fromi 10s per week and keep.. Employers are requested to make iimmediate application -.to theImimigration Bureau, 555- Flinders street,,Mel bourne. - .S.: WHITEHEAD, :- 'Officer in Charge. .-Immigration & Labor Bureau, :"" .555-Flinders street, -.I;.-Melbourne. -: Leongatha Traders' Association. NOTICE. EASTER HOLIDAYS. 'PHE Business Places in Leon L gatha will be closed ALL DAY onj Good Friday; Easter Saturday; and Easter:' Monday, and remain opeb 'ALL DAY: oni Wednesday, 8th'April,, and Wed nesday, 15th April and until 10 o'clock .on .Thursday ::Night,':90th April. T. IARDNER, 86Secretary rtHE ANNUAL MEETING ill I.: be held in the .lodge-roon at thelMechanics'; Hall on TUESDAY next,7th inst, at 8 p.m. . .Business: To arrange 'for he coming se...