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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
T7:~he. ~;annul'u~-~ meetinig 6fr;~ the L0eongata ~o?tball COlub iill ' b- e hield inthelodge room this (es lday) evening, at 8 o'clckiwhen itisi hoped that there ;ill ,bei a big muster of all:enthisiasts of the game The cliief:busilness to be transaited ill bte?the election ofgoffice6beair rers: an?:iimaking ari rangemenits: for the teinsuing season;:· ·L
CORRESPONDENCE. BAZAAR GAMBLING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
-?"ii'ii? CORR~ESPONDENCE.ii - SjBAZAAR GAMBLING- a - TO THE ~EDITOR. SIR,-Msy I .thafkl "'Impartal Re former. for his '.comminent andi' question wre work of Social Re form Bureau. We bave done the best we could for public welfare, and if others have seien a better way, and not told us, the fault ia not ours' but theirs. We have inilvited irii;icisitiiquestioffs' aid su: iiggestions.: We .are' ?isolutely : iimpartial as fa as 'we kiiow, 'and Sgladly .explain vwh.,by wea took :,actioin against the i.C i'Bazaar i- workers and niot against those of tlhe,, Presbyteriahn B'!First.' - The Idiffernciie in the "actiual thing committed. -::The ,,Presbyterians intended only to :use skill to de cide winners. Of course,, it is most difficult in suchIthings sto ..keep every element of chance-out., But strictly speaking, if goods are disposed of by means of- a game of skill there is no gambling.. The Presbyterians had no.intention to gamble, and had . no idea that games of skill were illegal .-Th...
CARE OF FARM IMPLEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
CARE OF- FARM II9PLEMETS v Of course, a iv ell constructed tool house is the hiestplace in -which-to :storO kandicare for farm implemienits; bu:thio majqrity of farnims do ..not have Ttheml: Onmwnost farmis the tool-shed is cirocu lar ;,its roobf.istheofirmxament aind the circulartwallis tlihe:: horizonh:. This is not always-because tihe farmier does notl appreciate the benefits derived from a well-constiructed )shelter. for his toiols, but nordbidften because he doeuk-not feel that his fiiiuncial condition willwarrant:. thebihildiigi of -'such slhelter. 'Thscis words are .written for .the benefit of the maiin that ddes not have adequate shelter for his tools in the hope of help iig him in givingI his imsplQmi?its :. the best care possible u'nider the circ inistan cis uhtil stich time as he can: afford.to build a tool shed0:. i: :- :In. thel first place, ilwhe;i aan imple meiint ;is, constructed p artlv. of wood' remoie the w ooden- lpaits:and give them; either a coat ofl paint .or....
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
e.ilyveii,~a much fancied can 'didate- for-r the Sydney Cu was made favoite fori the Hawkesi bury Handicap, but failed to gain a place., The winner of.the evoit was Multifoil, who is engaged .in the Cup at the minimum weight Wallalo as a stafter in the Highweigh t Handicap at Haw kes bury..on Saturday. .1Hoe carried 10.10,,and started at 14 to .,': buit *the best he could do was to":rih fourth to Hobble Skirt. :.::.. Aleconner, who is? gireatly fancied for the Doncaster Handi cap, started second favorite for the Flying Handicap at Hawkes bury on Saturday, but was beateu by a length and a quarter by Lord Liddle, with the favorite. (Brattle) third. The Commonwealth has decided to proceed against electors who remove and live in any .:other place for a month and- do' ?itl register.
SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
SMOKE DRIFT. A sealing vessel crushed by ice at \Newfoun dland. A, hundred lives lost. 9 It .is piroposed to :discontinue seasonitg tiimber at the Newport workshopis Control.of dredginig in Victoria is not i'i the fiture to benrieglbcted as in the past.',- · Members,of the Premiers'Con ference are tiring themselves.out with 'much talk. . The Harbor Triust has paid out £22,466 since 1st: January last as interest on'loans :.:. > ,Ip:n Cam_??rwell (En?gi) :a nu imber of pretty girlsfhave tbeen appointed recruiting ofmicers ; - :Yuan Shi-kai, the President"of Chiria, isto be. invested with the powers of:a: Dictator. The running of heavy motor buses is playing upwith the City arid suburbariroads. -ltis estiinated that 82 per cent. of the immiigrants sent into the ountry remain there. The long, dry spell did much to break down prejudice against irr atitn in man;v- areas. The British Goveriment isin itiating a measure for the reform of the House of Lords. -ThePrime Minister denies that ...
KITCHEN HINTS. FOR BUSY HOUSEWIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
-. KITCHEN HINTS. FORi BUSS HOUSEWIVES. I:f tiny .coris are ,taokedon the back. of :the lower corners of picture-frames, they will prevent the line of black dust forming on the wall-paper which so'of ten prevents rehanging pictures. .. : When baking cakes,. particularly ?,here a gas-stove is used, the tin which contains the cake should be lpt':iaside ahiiother tin which has a layer: of Satid: This, will prevent-it -from;:bur'niirig..: To prevent fire bars turning red, -ru. with a raw onion or weak"treacloaind water, then apply the;- blacklead"- :ith a: rag oir soft bru,-and: ybu wivill g':et a brllliant polish whichi willreniain:u : To lihang pictures on a plastered wa'll try. dipping. the nfail?into :cold r ater: before .-driving it"into. thea: wll I:.t:; will' bite -into the2Eplaster if. this :fis done,- and will. hold azheavy .weiei -aithOUt -loosening:..--&lt; :-.:: _:: ::'l: To::d boil milk 'witholiit feai :of hurnnig put two or three tablespoolnful i'oft van ter :in th...
Farewell Socials to Rev. W. Seamer. KOONWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
Farewell Soci6alsto Rev. *Wt Seamer. l KOON WARRA.*' A ,so ial eveing was held.in he .Kboronwarra .Hall: on FEriday, 27th 'uli, to say farewellt olRev. Mr and Mrs Seamer. The chairmar (Mr Taylor) said ihat they were .assembled to do hlior, to Mr and' .lsrs Seatner.' The raini wais -ood, bliuthe was sorry it had prevented so, many friends :frm-i b5eing present', in icludinig.. Mrs Sealmer, who; had. proved? herself * so worthy a4 minister's -wife . They .were" all ple6-isedi when she catme amongstL them, andi he (thie cairmain)kntew that, although lshe did not appeai on thel publicplatform,`she was ever ready tbo aid herf husband. in his work During :thie four years. of Mr Seaimer'sministry;.inK, oou warra .gr?iit progress.: had been miade in the .church wing to'lis energy an'd inhsparintig devotion to his Masters 5work. :The Chairman ,then called upon M1r Buckinghaimi, who, on behalf of. the .trustees, congregation- an d friends at Koonwarra, -presented Mr and Mrs: Seameir with a: b...
MARKETS. GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
MARKETS. GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. Butter-Choicest, at is 1d to ls 2d,first grade fromils Id. Good lid, seconds 9Yd to 10%.O'd, ieparatorB 9%d to10d,.dairies 7%d to 68d.i Cheese- Prime, riew loaf 6%d:to 7d, mediuims 6/2d, medium qualifies lower. Semi-maturedi 7d,j matured 7%d to0Sd. Eggs From ls 2d per dozen upwards. Bacon-Prime light sides lOd, medium weights 9%d, heavies ..8%d, middles lO1 d to 11ld, hams s to i-s id. Wheat-F.A.Q. 3s 9'" d 'to 3s 10d. Oats-Millingils lid, feed ls 93%d to ls 10d for best, 6l 7%d to Is 8d for mediumini .Maize-Holders are asking 4s,':3s lid being the best offer. Potatoes ' -Prime Carmans realised £4 15s to £5, Brownells £4 15s. Onions -Steady at £6 for prime. Chaff -Prime oaten- is selling at '£3 s .6d, and good at £3 but lower - grades are very difficult.to clear at prices rangingdown to £2 12s M - tM n -e SB - 15 . '" *^.. '*: :
Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA [Closing Hour.] [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
MAILS REOEIVED AND DUS PATCHED FR6M LEONGATHA (Closing Hour. To Melbourne & (Korumburra 7:a.m & 845 p.m. All stations to Port Albert ... 10.45 a.m. , Leongatha South-?; .: Molndi ed., &iFril 11l45Sa.m. Miiboo North -:).Tues., Th'urs:. Sat :: 11 a.m. SMardan Tues., Thurs., Sat. 11 a.m: McKinnon's R.O0 ::-Tues-, a Thursd Sat. -11 a.m. Wheelan's R 0. Toues Thurs i Satda:: 11 a.m. Koorooman East Tr esin , Thurs., Sat., i i a::.:: m. !.: .a~nd:?alinjso16solbaa.j :=:-.i:: MErdan South Tues., Thurs. Sat. 2 p.m. :.::Dbdd's; and: Mirb0?~':. r."i: ";:· ':·!.;--: (·`: Tues ThursSatn110.,S.. 0 - .m. Francome'kst YasnaROe. :-: Toes , Thurs., S".at. 11.40 a.m. Hogan s R 0. Toes. Thurs, Sat. 11.40 Am. Mount Ecoles Toes. & Saturday ..12.30 p.m. Harper'sR.O. - Tues- & Satusday 12.30 p.m. T.rwin to Tarwin Lower, - -and Cashin's loose bag Toes. Thutirs.- Sat. 12 noon Stony Creek* to Dollar - Fidge's - R.O. -Scott'e-s &lt; R:O &LMirboo 5th1 Mon-- ...
I.O.R. TESTIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
I ).1 R TESTIMONY. ;A farewell gathering of :Re: ohalites and their friends took place irn the TI.OR.R Hall,; :Le~ni gathi" on :Thursday evening last, in l?nor of Bro Rev W. Seaimer, who his been such a tower of stiregth t theitli I.O.R. and the Temperance c.ause during his residence hereaind who is shortly leaving for Ka.iliva.l :The -hall awtatastefullyidecorated for thei occasionl bylady members of the Ord6er, the eiffeoct beinfig very pleasing to look upon. The D.R. Bro.; D.,:iPhillips- occupied the chair, aid aploogised for the uhn avoidablea::bia-sence of the C, .,OR: Brd .R1ev::Blindell, of Meeniyan, andihertily .welcomed: members anidfrieids w:e _ .attend d tlofiobor tl'e departing brother. A very ilieasant mniiusical :and elocutikn arjy lprogramme was ably, ren dered :by the following :-Song, Miss E. Wilson;, reoitation,. Miss Ahlstedt;,: recitation, M.-: r E. Ahhlstedt; song, Miss ?Russell; song, Miss E. Russell; recitation, Miss-: Myira Walker,; recitation, Mr D. Phillips...
CHARITY SPORTS AND I.O.R. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
OHARITY SPORTS ANDs:: I.O.R. TO THE EDITOR. SIR, - Rechabites are being blamed for, lack of practical in terest because the Tent did not accept the:whole responsibility of the irefreshmer t':b~. th. at .the Charity Sports.- Is that fair ?- i think no odther lociil lodge was' asked to undertake such a re sponsibility, and surely the I.O.R. had the righf to declinethehofnor without incurring odium thereby. Already Rechabitism has cut down the need for charity by fighting the greatest- producer of charity cases,-namely, the liquor traffic. Preventi6i :is better than cure. Rechabites take premier positidorn in p;e~ventive work. ,But they also take their full share in palliating the, suffering caused mainly by drink, and are fillly prepared to co-operate in this charity effort. Yet if they do nbt see their way clear on; this par ticular occasion to undertake alone perhaps- the heaviest re -sponsibility of the day, that is no proof of callousness or lack.: of practical interest.I- Sincere...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
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L.O.L. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
On Friday evening last, after the ordinary business of the L.O.; Lodge had been attended. to, the ýW.M., Bro. H :A.Phillips, called upon Bro. Jas. Darling IP.Ml, to presernt, a Past -Master's grand certificate to Bro. E. W: Johnson. Bro. Darliig and other nmembers testified -to the. good :qualities of the recipient,ýwho, in respond ing, said,.that he was taken nom. pletely by surprise, -but thanked the brethren cordially for their kindly recogfnition of his -efforts whilst in the W.M.'s office. SThe W.M. then said that it was his. rivilege, and also his pleas Iire, on behalf of the members of the lodge, to present Bro. -Rev. Seanfer, . their .chaplain,: with a token of 'esteem and admiration before taking his departure- from thedistrict.> They'all felt that-he -was a' tower of strength jto- the cause of Protestafi tis i;' the -Pro testantism: ;ofJi Luther and: the Reformation ;was leaving them, and they all greatly regette'd the fact.; Butf though going' so- far away from them, t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
::": .:-'_?b ? r'L." . . . --: ? - i' IM'Cartin & Co Leongatha. Sheop and Qattle Salesen, S Stock, Station, Land & Financial S"Agents. - - : CATTLE sALES, 1914. Leongathan Korumb ra. Thure Friday. April .. 224 16. 0 24 May .. 14* 28 8... 822 June- .. 112 .;. 5 19" July . 9 23 -. 317 L31 August . :. 6.- 20 ::: ..;i14~ 28 . September ... : 3 17. ." It 25 . :October ... 1 15 .29 9 23 .: " Noveinber ..; 12 26 ....: :6- 20-i:: December ... 10 24 . 4 18 * '>'Denotes Firet Sale. ( Agerite for Sun 1ire Office;' Colonial - : Mutual Life; National Truetees,- Execui - tars and Agency Co. Head office, Leohgathasl Branch office * Korumbarra. .. Loans Negotiated. Phone 28, Leongatlba. OUR NEXT SALE ON THURSDAYi 6TIH APRIL Executors' Land Sale .:LEONGATiA, Thursday, April 16tbh, 1914. At 12.30 p.m. : 1/[ OcC -ARTIN & CO. have received .ini 1 "Structions from THE NATIONAL -: :TRUSTEES : CO. iri tl~e estate of .the -. - - late Wi. SCOTT,. to ellhyi auctione on -::-:'thie a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
FIRE ! FIRE' CRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY TEMPORARY PREMISES IN. -iSNELL.S BUILDIKGS,; NEW Stock StatioerCA-~ . fectionery and School Books to bhand, together .with our usual supply of Newspapers and Maga zines. Tickets for Eight Hours: and ., Druids' Art Unions.. commnowealth arriage Factory and - :: SHOEING FORGE,:, LEONGATHA. 3. H. CAMPBELL, Proprietor..;. Tearges Manufacturer in th District'. The sort ~you want s heBst. a~~i~~ind thatis tlemy sort~·~: :~Tehicles of:ail desoriptio iade;$ ., on the premises.i No :sliumming. .Every,, artice -,:-.finished off with: care -and e:: ?: -? .? :e egance... ,.; My:work has been in the district for years, aznd speaknsfor itself.li Blacksmithing. executed in all its blranches. Do.. Ybou Want Good i Value For: Youir Money .? - . PRICES RIGHT. IF SO, CALL ON T. H. COCHRAN, Years with- Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAK;ERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) R. H. SIMOY.N, PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA,::' E OR the Following Lines:--TANKS, TROUGHS, an...
SPORT AND PASTIME. RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
SPORT. AND PASTIME. RIFLE SHOOTING. As .usual, the. Daumbalk rifle team were outclassed in a match against Mirboo -*.INorth ion 'the Du ibalk range oan Wednesday last. - The .conditions-, were-- 10 men aside, 8 to count, at .500 and 300 yards. Captain Marshall is to be. congratulated onri the :fine scoring of .bis -members.' "who: averaged 62/2 per man, and they won the match by 20 points. Fine weather..,prevailed, which made the - conditions much :.easier forI shooting, and -an enjoyable time was spent. Captain Hughes :,eing absent in Melbourne, T. W. Russell'acted on bhis behalf, and thanked Captain Marshall for his kind-: references regarding the hospitality ot ladies and members of the Dumbalk: club, and -hoped to meet them at an. early date on their range, and secure a 'win. Scores:- . . : MIRBOO NORTH.: S *. '- : ' .- '..* :. 500s n600 T.TI J. Carruthers .- ' 33 34 67 W. Shields 3. 1 : i:::.. i: 33 64 S. Bellinghab ,in :;.: 28 34 .62 J. Pincini ::.: , .:::. 30 - 32 ::62 S. May...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 7 April 1914
THE Interstate Commission has had a new proposal pit before it in the shape of a bounty on the pro duction: of. crude oil from the shale in- New 'South Wales.. IIt appears that a company was. formed a few years ago;, with .a capital .of £1,250,000,.' aid ::a manager, : whose remuneration was £5000 a year, and 5 per. cent. on all' money he .spent for the company. ;He, .of course, spent all it had, and about a quarter of.a million besides:. -As one. of the witnesses stated, ".they went the pace," and of course failed. There is now a proposal to write off a lot of the original capital, get in- some fresh money. and have another try.' The request made to the Commission was at first that the public should- give them twopence per-gallon on- all the crude oil they produced from shale, and they expected to pro duce 4,000,000 gallons a year. Thus they wished everyone in Australia to be compelled to con tribute to a. sum of: over £33,000 per annum; to be handed over as a " benefit fund." They...
A TEAM'S BAD HABITS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914
: A?: TEAM'S BAD? HABITS..,° ;, A team's habits oft~ni depend oni the discipline of the .driver. If he is a mnari of gumption he will give one clear, crisp order to go or to stop, and the team, tliinking it is a Bismarck or Na po.feon wlio is behind them, will at once obey .-He: smiles in his sleeve -the bainyganra d swearing. of some s?ihnt'ers when they undertake to move their horses. Then he smiles again .then they can't stop on the point, and have to go through a backing operation tonlet e waggon where they want:to
THOUGHTFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914
THOUGHTFUL -. A well-known doctoor fell~thi as an actual experience: One~ snight I was aroused by ialoud tapping at my door . Leaning. out of the window I saw a person standing on the step banging away "'What's the matter down thereI1 cried. .." .-Tis meould miith~er that*s'tuk bad dochter,' replidd -'the man.-.-:: :" 'our motLer ii ill? "'PFaith. and she iss tuk terrib e dochter 'How long have you been- the'ef:, '.'In faith;. dochter, so dlong that i? wiuld be ashamed to iniition it.': ' 'Then why didi't you rin the nigh u'" ivas afraid of disturlin??:h our hn our,'was the Irishman's perfectly sin cere reply.