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BE KIND TO THE OLD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914

BE KIND TO THE OLD. We do not know anything that re quires more tact and more tendernesi! th~in the treatment of old people::by those who are younger than them. selves. Show a kind and thoughtful regard for their feelings; give them something to do that they can-do; be respectful,; deferential, reverential even, and you will reap a rich harvest of hope.ini helirt. in which, perhaps; it was 'almost deadi and of gratitude and affection for yourself; the snore so as the old are beginning to distriist their own powers; and sometimei aik them selves the ?lUestion if their day of use fElness.- is notb: pa."

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914

ODDS AND ENDS. Learn to iiigh. A good lauighi besti ter than niediciile. Learn how to tell a story. A 0oli told story is.as welcome as a suibleani in a sick room. - Learn to keep your trouble to your2 self. The world is too busy to care for your ills and sorrows.-, Learn to stop croaking. :Ifi yO'any not see iny good' in the world.keep the bad to yourself. Learn to hide -your pains and iihe_ under a pleasant. smile. .No:one 'ares1 to hear whether you have the eairehe, headache, or rheurniatism. Don't cry.. Tearsedo well enouh?.. inu novels, but they are. out of place in real life. Learn to meet youir friends with ?ai smile. The good-humored . .man or woman is always welcome, but,-te dyspeptic or! hypochondriao is:- nots wantedcsnywihere, aidis a ?muissnede as well. A bonnet covered with' birds doe?ii noti sing, but it makes a man whistlewhen' the bill coieis in. . .

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IN ITS PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914

IN ITS PLACE. An American n?,,ms?., who makes a speciality of believing in theibiere'?it. honest, of all inankind, tells a good story. The other day a young-couple appeared at his house to be married. He performed the ceremony with due solemnity, and congratulated the bride. Then he observed the groom searching through his pockets, and looking a bit humiliated and ashamed. "I am afraid, parson," hie' said, "that I ain't got any money to pay you with." Then after a moment of deep thought, looking up cheerfully, he sait- "But, if you like, I cn. tell you how you casn fix your gas meter so it won't register."

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALL OF SALT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914

ALL OF SAlTf, ",For a pthoiuesand yar the workers in this enormous salt mine have bieien busy transforming it into chaiipels, ;res taurants; ball-roomis,. railways, stair cases, and pillars,! remalrkis a wPriteriii speaking-of· an. undergrobnd city of salt which is the centre of the Gahsoian salt industry, ini 'ustria " ...: ", The city is in three:floors, and de scent is made by a lift or a staircase, Tlhe rooms are supeib. In one a salt chandelier of 800 .ights gleams in the centre. The third floor of the mine contains the restaurant and railway station. Twenty five miles of railway from idl parts of the mne oin hiereo,: and the buffet is well patroiised by the tho?i~idis of visitor. to tim mines."

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Presentation to Mr M. Clanchy. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914

Presentation to Mr M Clanchy" A faithful discharge of his duties as head- master of the Leongatha State School duriog the past four years prompited the residents to miake a .presentatiion to Mr Miohael Olanchy :~n~ithe eye of.his departure for Geelong, at which city he -nas5.; Deen ;giveni charge of a large school TUnder his tuitio '-the childrenri 'hiaave.i made rapid progress,;h which the parentsi desired :: to: recognise byT presenting him? withi atoken tof their esteenm. - After .schol hiours onr tlhe6tht instant, :a n iumiber' iof ladies and gentlemen- assembled inithe large class room, when Mr Clainchy :was, .tht' recipieni. of; a rolled': top:. Cutler: :desk ,from pareifts and friends. :and- a, gold mounted 'JWaterman fountain pen'from the staff and - scholars; The chairmani of the; SchoblO.Coti nittee (Mr G:eo; .F. :Michael) acted as director :of: ceremonies, aridafter apologising for the' un avoidable : absence of th'e ;Revs. Jas, Jackson anhd W?i. Seamer aiid Messrs:Wm.i W...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914

Coming Horse: Sales. : uesdayApril S1lst -Sale by : -Messrs McCartin & Co. in, con i:junction with Messrs Cainppbell & SSiSnsit, i Leongatha yards.:'ý-i -:British suffragettes wrecked the - - pulpit of a church in London-afteri S.service on Sunday evening by the explosion of a bomb. The Industrial Disputes Bill now before the South African Par liament does not recognise the; . federation of unions. The Department has received applications from farmers for ithe whole of the 131 British imimi grant lads landing to-morrow.; "' Germany has bought a colliery Sin Yorkshire, and introduced Germans to run it. Also a Ger :' -man storekeeper. 1914 is here and you will require S-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 S Fancy Shop and Sports Depot.-GEOaro FoR...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Leongatha Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914

LeongatLa Football Club;.i - The ~annual meeting of the Leonga'tha :Football ' Club. :was held at the . Mebhanic's Institute o i..Tuesday evening, 7th April: the ?pesident (Mr Sol. Maddern) b;einkgin the chair, and there was a large attendance of enthusiasts oifthe pastime ' .A.fter the minutes of ~the pre vious meeting had .be;en con" firmed, the balance-sheet, which showed a credit balance' of £10 3s 2d,-was received and adbpted on motion of .Messrs Moss and Pell. It was decided that tbhe.name of the cllib be the same as last year -The lTeongatha, and District Footbail Club.:.i.:" OFFICE-BEARERS. President, Mr R. J V. F?oote; vice-presidents, Messrs H. Atkin, Thos. . Riggall J.: JWilloughby, arid H;. J. Rossiter; ;secretary. pro tem., Mr E. Horne; treasurer;, Mr N.-B. Fraser. Committee--Messrs Messrs H. Cosson, W. Ford,-J; Howard, E. Due, and L. H: Lunn, and four to be elected by the players. Selection:: com~mittee- Messrs H; Gosson, J. C: Camp bell, L. H. Lunn, and captain and vi...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914

CRICKET. - A match between Mirboo and Leongatha : was" played oiin the Mirboo ground on the 1st inst., when the Leongatha team had its wickets down for 135, h bile the home team ran up to 143 for-the for the loss of .four wickets, Allen and Marshall, with. 38 and 31 not out, and Yerdon.35 being.the main scorers. For Leongatha Matthews piut up:74. The-following players have been picked to play against the visiting Richmond- .cricketers on Good Friday and Saturday. Play is to begin at 2 pri2. on Good Friday. The chosen players are riequested to bring a basket fodrithe purpose of providing afteriioon :refreshi ments;:. Ladies will >be there to supervise. Messrs Bdnd,Lardner, ,Mesley, Neal,. Peel, Cain, :Blabk, Tuick, Munro, Nelson, Matthewvs, Grant, Gregory, Richards, -ottdr. .Emergenticies,-Sm ith afirid Hood A ldance anid social will be ten --. dered.: the visiting teaim on' the .-Saturday night. - :. :-:''

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mall Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914

- -'1 . : : -?-:,- ' ' ?' ::.. ? :? .':": : MalliService. To. Melbourne & Korunibhrra 7 am & 8 45 p.m. All stbtions to Leorigatha, Suth h Mon . Wed-, & Fri 11.45 a.m. Mirboo North Toies..Thurse, Sat. 11 a.m; Mardan Tues, Thiurs., Sat. 11 a.m;' McKinnon's R.O - -0 Tues. Thurrs. Sat. 11 a.m Wheelan's R.O0 Tues. Thurs. Sa 11 am. :Kooooman East - - Tdes. Thiurs., Sat, i a~m. Mardan Southi- ; To is. Thurs., S. 2p.m. Wooreen R.O0 TuoesThure., Sati 11.40 a.m Francome's R: . O.'. --... Tues. Thurs, Sat 11.40 a.m. Hogan' O-a 0 S.Tues. Thursi, Sat.:: 11.40 anii Mointi Ecoles':"i- " Toies & Saturday 12830 p.m. Harpeir R.O0 S.Tues 8& Satirday :12.30: p.mi Srw in to Tarwin Loweri .ind Caiiii's iloose bag?' Toe ' s.,;Thurs. Sat. 12 noon Stny Creek to Dollar, Fidges: R.O., .Scotts RO. & Mirboo St:, ;"?ith.: Mon, Wed F? i 1h 30?? ii:? Meeniyan t Dmbalk Nerreiia East, Woorayl, .-Doddi Kslad Miriboo Mon. Wed~ Fri. 1 p. sFs "Creek to Yanakie Filsh Cieek ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914

West _- Auist:ralia ihtends :seeking.- , immigrants in Southern urope.. Mutton ninthe stock sale yards f- N-S. W.is isbin ing 4l to 5d par :: ifMr ;atts MVEi;H R., an: d lhis wife . are figurinfg in the Sydney divorce COhmmonwealtl bank notes, now in :i'Suilatio hai:a total value of £3 944,7234 In the Syd ney stok markets prices almruostisuggestive of famai-ie are ruilinig .The Miurray waters question .is . to be odnsidered by the Premiers'. conference. aThere are :grow'ing prospects of: China isuccessfullyr fl?oatibig a loan of £25,000,000. '.- - S;Poultry pluckers in Towln ?alve their grievancds, and talk.of going oit on strike . : - , Fat sheep in:N.S.W. have gone up 5s to 8s ?per head during :.the tast forthightl : Great destruction- of timlier on the touristiroute to Warbuirton is to be sto'iped. .Thc '?funelaimied millions .in' hnba y are officiall stated to As a result of " ragging in the German army, one of the victims committed suicide. "Thbe National Rifle Association has ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LETTER WRITING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914

i EITTR WBITINGW . .Ciildreii .usually complain asbae writing -lettes, and -very few ~ ihjoy II or do it well; in fact, they would enjo it if they could do it well. But they. do not think so, and find it a real task when the necessity comes. A lady, who is known aa a good penwoman and an tasy'writer, says that she owes this mostly to early training. Her father insisted on frequent letters be. ing written, and that these must be cor. rect in spelling, grammar and pen manship. Many a time she inwardly rebelled at recopying letters again and again, but she realises now how muoh help it has been to her. So take cour age girls, and go at it bravely. Mrs. .Cottager: Good gracious, you don't mean to tell me you've- got a pianner? Mrs. Kitchener: I shouldi·. ratler think so I And you should jest 'ear the tone of it; it's for all the world like the Salvation Army band. ..If ou wihi to shut your.eyes you wouldn't 'kn)w 'em anart." - - - - . . .-. Mirs. Cottager :- oYO <on'.~~s i Bu...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914

·F. W.I - MORRIS, : Carpenter and Builder. SESIRES to announce that he is now Sresident in Leongatha, and-hopes to merit a fair share of public support. A Competent Painter and Paper hanger employed. All Contracts entered into, and'com pleted in a WorkmanshipManner. Papers kept in Stock ; Latest Designs. NEXT W. HEWETT, SADDLER. 1-*-: ..IF . OUT OF GEAR WrOLFE'S-SCHNAPPS S8pells Perfection in Llquor., it Is a Popular Toni-. Please PiorneerSaddlery. :.' _FIEILD --Desires to announce S*" that h~.e has' urchased the SADDLERY BUSINESS carried on by Mi: G. A. SAYERS during the past 14 years, and hopes for a continuance of the liberal support accorded to his predacessor. The proprietor has beeR employed by Mr Sayers during the past 12 months, which is a guarantee tha;t he is a com petent tradesman in all branches. All Saddlery requisites kept in stock Repairs'a Specialty. Horgohair bought in any qualtityj, Highest price given. -BRIGHTO GRAMMAR S-ol HEADMASTER: G. H. Crowther,'M.A., L.D.D ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Farmers' Co-operation. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914

Farmers' Co-operation. .The Gippsland and Northern Co-operative Selling- Cdmnipany Eitd is taking steps to enlarge its capital and to extend the scope of its business by entering.iupon fire, live stock, and worlkmen sicom perisation insurance. Owing to the rapid growth of the graii de partment it has :been found necessary. to greatly increase the company's capital, and a meeting o.f shareholders is to be held on May l for the puirpose of increas ing the autliorised capital from from:£30,000 to £250,000. --Nearly the 'wlhole of the presentautulor ised:- imber of sihares hav.:been taken upi, and there will be-a con siderable amount to be distributed in bonus:shares at the end of the year. It is thus necessary to have additionfal :.authorised capital in order to' make further issues of shtiares, and the dii;rectors have d6 cided.. to make the increase fairly substanial, as tihey conSider that the ektra -ambount will be required withintthe nxit few years. F-? soiime l6onisiderabie - tii...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SCRIPTURE STUDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914

111r ::' ?,?i.?!?!?!?iI-r ?iL,?!?Y i? I.? SCRIP??ss?,?!! ?-? 1 -?????? ??????? ' :?3` i\"" i?I~,? ,?·ri? I ' 'Yea, dou1btlebj, I count all things but 'loi? j for the excellency o-bf the knowledge. bfi: Chri?tifeeus ny :Lord ,. ; ,-that I : m?ayh"si Christ"' (Phil. iii:, 8). '..Even saintly Christ. sane seem Out imper Ifectly, -o grasp the plain teachings of the (New Testament re Bpeeting the member bsip in the body of ,Christ. Some assume that it is to.be had on a basis of favorit ism, and trust that Ithey will be of the elect. Others think ithe Apostle is using 'figures of speech, and vaguely hope that FAS1DOiRUSE they belong to the right church, and will attain whatever others get, as in the suc cess of a party in which all the victors share the spoils. Doubtless, the errors of the Dark Ages absorbed in childhood 'have been respon sible for these vagaries, and for our general neglect of proper Bible study. It seems hard for God's people to realise that the wisdom from above is the...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOO MUCH BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914

:::::iOO MUH BABY* :I:., Bjrown i o.-"u don't look weCll ae Robinson "''-' at 7tWal am asro Rir l?lbisn·,';' NKo ,'I 'cat: ale'ep? on :countw o..lug tr?uble"'on... .o g t it·nblo :s.~is with tho 1mb 'a " :moni~ ial rebai'erirl'iahtyl.bant ee him onhiuatc rnai,, :'the:'-sam5i'auersors inohr,

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914

.;i~ SPOi- j-a~RT A:ND` 'PASTIME~; THE 'TtBR F '· ~ ,-%, Wallalo whio hias beein) 4 popularPick for theSyilneyrCup ever since the weights wiere lde. clared, was dis uallifiedafor two years on ITuesdsifior suspclioui runinning in the HIheight Han dicap at Hawkesbury oni Sturday last. The owner, trainer anid jockey were incluided in the diei _<,-_quauncanon. The A .J.O. JAutumni nieeting - will icommence iat Randfidwicqlik S;. Saturday,.wtienn the 'tw princpal races to b6e decided Iwill be:the . Don caster -..Hadicap: and the~t? S"Leger. The first named race pre sents a very .open appearance, : as ase.veral · of the, starters are f tirst-class ,performers ,up ,to . mile. .Several hoses -are fancied for .the. eye'int amonigst them being some good Victori* -performers. The final acceptanices. wil: Inot be. made until t6-day. but;there' is sure to be .a big field 'go -to. the post.: The winner may conie from Cider, Golden :Hop, Aleconner, Aurifer,-: Gold : Brew,: Rathlea, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914

*9 M'artin & Co Leoigatha. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen,.. Stock, Station;,Land & Financial Agents. CATTLE SALES, 1914. :=-;·· .- Leongatha. Korumb'ra. S: ... hrs - Friday.. • - ';£ rir:?.. .. , -16" 30) "-.= 24-? . a .. 14* 28 .8 822 June 11" 25 .. 5 19 SJuly i L; 9" 23 3... 3:17 31 August 1' 20 ...14 28 S:.eptember ` . 3 17 . 1125 . :October . 1 :15 29 23 : November ..12 26 . .' 20. Ddeceimber . -10 '24" * 4'- 18 Denot Frii lte . Agents for Sun hire Office Colonial MutualLife,; National Trustees, Execu -: tars and Agency Co: . :.: Head office; Leon'gatha, Branchioffice lorumburra. Loanas Negotiated. Phone 28,Leongatha. "" OUR NEXT SALE I 1 O1('THURSDAY 16Th APRIE. Special Sale; S KORUMBUIRRA. : :Wednesday, April 15, 1914. 500- (OATT 5L. 500 McCARTIN & CO. will hold a i·- . -Special Sale of Cattle at the Corporation Yards, Korumpurra,on Wednesday, April 15th, at 1 p.m., " when they will off as under 200"Bullocks, 3/2 and 4 years, in very forwaid condition. 100 ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914

FFIR '1? .! '.ECRW'S EWS AGENc s--. Doo ro d Cor';ner -EW &tok - Statioiry Con0 S fectionery; and School Books to hand, together with our usual nupgly of Newspapers and 1Vaga' Szi e . - . " ."- i . " . ' " ' "/ zines. Tickets for Eight Hours' and , .Druids' Art Unions. do You W rnt Good alueFor Your one PRIC RIGHT. - IF 'SO;, CALL ON "'"- 60cH.RAN; :··: i::_· T It doo~~BNix . Years.with Robison Bros., Enigineers, BOILER MA EBR S S: :Coppersmiths, Etc.) ' :.: .IAT R. H. SIMION, PLU?MBER and TINSMITH, &c.,. LEONGATHA :-,. OR .thie.Following Lines :-TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, n adll Iron W-.. - ork in.- connection with Houses and Farms. Windmills-supplied and erected. Dairy Utensils manufactured on the premises. Cycles new and second - hand) i Cash or Terms. Sundries kept in stock; .good, assortment -Repairs ofal descriptions,promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and Other Metals) done Sewing Machines repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. HOTaaid.COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, RE...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914

To the -many the: outcome of-a Prefmiers' Conference is always apt to be disappointing. Before the. floodgates of talk are loosed, the papers refer _ half-heartedly.to "questions oni wWhich all-thought ful citizens are agreed."! For ex ample, nob6dy who' counts denies that Australia's vacant . spaces should ýbe.f: illed, with the' right stamp of settler, that the lowest rate of in terest obtainable should be paid on the.£275,000,000 which the States dwe, that a uniiform railway: gauge .would make: for national' safety arind, efficiency. But when detail is 'reached -diffi: culties of threei: kinds arise-first, the financial; s; econd, tihe Party; third, those du to the: Satte dread .-of; Ciommpon wealt??l ag gression, U, nfortuinately, *'it :.is difficult to surmiise ho 66 ithe' Party spirit is to b~e laid even iiforia day. Labor forced ihide-bound system on, the Commonweaith': Ui.ider that system ifithe^ Colo Miiiistry :doesany rgood tling its members will go Wto the electors claimi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 9 April 1914

B.ereavement Notice. M/ arind MRS C. B.'HAIMANN desire 1_£ to return eincere thanks to their friends who have manifested such cor dial sympathy with them in their sad bereavement; by floral tokens, letters of cond:lence, &c. Also, they would thank the medical attendant (Dr Pern) for his kindness and attention in the treatment of the case.

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