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SCRIPTURE STUDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 April 1914

'"; :-· .;..: -:i· i '··: t) , Loi U1Mt QR1R11OW'S IANTI D lOT S . li i "Let nt ydotir hearte'be troubid!e i'e~jeieve in God believe also in iMe." tidhziv. 1;)' Wle world does well bo keep up a cheerful butward. demeanor. ievertheless, 'there is great force and ireightin St. Paul's btatement to the S effect that the whole S reation is groaning and travailing in pain Stogether waiting for WMeiahs'el Kingdom i-; i:-d its long-promised -i,. :blessings, to ,lift the - cuire of sin and death ? iad to'restore to man 1YASTDo. KUSSO].( S kind tihe smile of the Father's favor. -ea son though they mnay that there is no per sonal God-that there is merely a blind god of nature, an evolutionary force, never tbheees; deep down in the heart, men be lisee that there is a God. Almost uncon selesely the mind attributes to Him Wias dom, Jubstice and Power-but little of Love. or sympathy with humanity and -its frail ties. This:very intuitive knowledge of God is closely associated with .mnny- human trou...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 April 1914

FRIDAY '-- SATURDAY, April '17th and 18th. ::Reappearance f the Famous - COR RICK ENTERTAINERS . .-. '?ii~~i:;! :i?:(N ewly Organised) .:- ;:,.'?i Pronounced Better Thafl-Eier» 9 VERS&TILE ARTISTS Headpd by . SMISS': M ELSIE CORRICK, C:: --harming Lyrio Soprano. M:---; ISS RUBY CORRICK, -,.. S-Cornet and Mellaphone Soloist. ::. S-".. ::MR JAMES CALDWELL,, - : " Popular Australisan Baritone.: - MR JACK BONNY, . . :English Character Comedian as.: S -.'"-THE FOOL OF.THE FAMILY. ': I New and OriginalProgrammes of Mirth, i. ' Music and Melody,.':: Echiplng all'Prevtiou Entertainments. , PRIES-3S,, 2 and . .Boi Plan at S:',Ford'se. No extra charge for reserving. `i :i ,'.ti.-?-NORRIE HANDRIOKS, M- anager. For Private Sale. 4 ::ii.ROOMED HOUSE, almost new, and ":·: 'l :-::'? 1 Acre Land, best chocolate soil, S,;.-Owvner left district. Further particulars from -McCARTIN & CO.: W ANTED, NURSE GIRL; good wages. Apply COLONIAL BANK. . W Ar:-'::: T NTED-Position on Dairy Farm as...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 April 1914

- ^ Melbourne.: (From ou Special Correspohnddib) : An industry which. is not new, but which scams to be developing, has been muoh in evidence lately. It is -thal in r which-ladies more ori. less -young, sow. hairrowing tales of blighted hopes and mangled affections into the ears of syinpath-atic jurymen, and reap s stantial crops in the shape o damages.. Like all enterprises that open up pros-0 pects of big easy money-to wit, pic tuire shows; dance halls, and Tango teas-this will probably. be exploited for all-it is worth. But the. field for. it is not likely to remain easy,. i Ue the wild duck a few days after the opening of the season, the quarry is 'ikely to become wary. .It, therefore, does not call for- an altogether absurd stretch of imagination to carry us for ..s-t ret 4c1,- +;_ hn +- nA qtf+tinners will stock, in addition to the custom ary forms for making a will and such ike blank agreement forms which can eail be filled in with a fountail'pen or in?elible pencil, by the l...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mr Clanchy's Successor. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 April 1914

•Mr Clanchy's Successor. Mr E. Warriner, the niew-head teacher of the Leongatha State. School, comes not unrecom mended. TheSchioolCommnittee at Clayton, ,where he has ..been in charge 'for'aperiod of ten years ori" .o;.held him in high esteem, as evidenced -by the following -com munication forwarded to the State School correspondent at Leon gatha: The Education-. Depart meit having transferre ' our Head Teacher, Mr E. Warriner, to your School,) my :Committee desire to acquaint you how that gentleman has been appreciated inthis dis trict. : Mr Warriner' has' been about ten .years head: teacher of this school; during his first five years, the increased -attendance foroed the Department to doible the size of the school building, the scholairs have' continued to in crease in numbers, the school being -uicomfortably crowded at thes.present time. This is only one proof out. of many? of the suc oessful application of his abilities as a teacher.-.' The records of the Departmnient,, the res...

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 — 17 April 1914

SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. Races will be held. atEpsom to morrow, and the following selec tions may be near the mark: FIRST DIVISION. - M.altguard .;. :...... 1 The Beggar Maid 2... Flora :.. ... ... 3 STEEPLECHASE. Altar.Boy .. 1 Kuda ... . 2 Genieral Max.. - ... 3 SECOND DIVISION. Posadena ... ... 1 •-Tintagel -.... i... ? 2 °Nangunia Queen ..3 EPSOM HANDICAP. Roseview : ..... ... 1 Coolagunyah... ;.2. YandillaKing ... 3 THIRD DIVISION. Union Arms.... ... 1 Queenette . .... SSejour " . 3..,' 3 HIGH-WEIGHT 'HANDICAP. Hambiirg Belle ... 1 Belleville .. ... 2 Delphic- ..' : .. 3 The Sydney Cup, which was run on Easter'Monday, 'tesulted in a victory for '-Lilyveil, wiho was followed home by Multifoil and Belove. The winner, who ran disappointingly in the Dqncaster Handicap the previous Saturday, was in great demand for the Cup, and started equal favorite with Siniapsis at 5 to 1. - ":-Radnor sufferedhis first defeat oni Wednesday since he was pur chased by his present owner last spr...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 April 1914

FTheFederal Parliainint bhogan S' :.' a new session on "ednesday. : - -I The oil bearing area in :Papua s"-: i stated: to ubelvery extensive. . : - .--r depot .ship forl e Commoni- - :-: --wealth submarines 'isabout to be built. . Very ;great' distress prevails iit S- Mexico .amongst the: labouring classes. : - 'There was a record attendahnc at:the MMelbourne Zoo on Easter S Moiday.- ' : The Sydney Royal Show on Monday was visited by 79,000 persons. SThe Commonwealth sproposes to - ...,l- .RR nA NfN ni it nanv in 22 years. . "A further itncrease in grocery prices has given rise \to thequery -Is there a ring ? ' The estate left by the .wido.w of S R. L. Stevenson was valued :foir Sprobate at £10,000. SAn airman ini Etigland put up a rl record by 'looping the loop uP22 times in succession. . Favoiable reports -still continue to be received of the prospects of the.Pappan oil fields . - The Kaiser is about to visit the ';: ..`- King of Roumania, to try and off s iet Russian influence. ....

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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STONY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 April 1914

S STONY' CREEK.. A well attended meeting:of the Storiy Creek Fdootball Club 'was held on Saturday, l11th inist.:. Mir B. Brady was elected preide?nt, and Messrs T. Boag,J: Charton, C. Charlton -arid O.0 Outhwaite vice-presidents. Secretary -and treasurer, Mr W. MdHutchbison; delegates, Messrs AI Stanfield and W. McHut'chison. :Astrong com mittee was .-:fornied, arid it :is as-' sured 'that; great iriterest .will be takeiin during the codming season. It was decided to :-play: in' the _Meeniydan Association, and '.a practice match iii to be played on the iradcecourse on' Saturday(to morrow) afternoon.:: Duringsthe evrening :.Mr :D. Carmichael: on behalf of Messrs .Mathieson- & Davis;presented the club with a football for: their first match,. for whioh: he received the thanks of the meeting

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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JUMBLE FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 April 1914

..JUMBLE FAIR. .A Jumble Fair. had -been de ided upon, and .townsfolk and district residents' had -in anticipa tion to look aroundndd- take note ft tinconsidered trifles, aind things of greater worth and agreeable as possessions, that might be handed over and transfornied ,iito ready cash . AJumble Fair in aid of charity, viewed from none stand point, is in its nature a veritable luckybag; .init6 w.hich .one may dip ,for; bargainsi; heterogeneous arid iunexpectedd ; Vittwed ': from another aspect, the result is queer, especially when, as in the present instanbe, the money- raised- was i. aid of: hospitals.: iThus .the doriators mightsubsequently claim to have used a cross-eut saw in the successful treatment of nasal catarrh - a. whole set of patent flat ironsifor the relief of bunions a two-inch auger in a case of dropsy :a garden fork for chronic toothache' Supervising arrange ments were Mesdames Mesley (the hon. secretary),\Shaw (trea .... .'..\ »r .- .. s "T-rl.-- kr-i ...;-: sur...

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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 April 1914

Mai[ Siervice. MAILSIRECEIVERDAND DES-. PA'TCHEli FR(OMLEONGA'THA :; CloBing Houri. - - T6 Melbourne&> SKorumbuirra 7is.m & 8.45 p.m. All stations to Port Albert *.;.: 10.45 a.m S o;Lengatha South- - ... ): iMon;,Wed.i &Fri. 11.45 .a;m. 2 Mirbod N6rth::--: <: - ' S::Tues. Thuirs., Sat. - :11 a.mi Mardan :-Tues.Thurs., Sat. 1i: a;.m. .McKinnon's. ,R.O.-; . ;.. : Tues,. Thurs., Sat. :-11 a.m Wheelani's R.O.-':':. -,:Tues., Thuirs., Sat;. 11 ai.m Koorooman East .ITues. Thurs., Sat.,. 11 :ia.m. :Mardan South- . : :Tues., Thurs., Sat. ; 2 p;m. "Wooreen R.O - : .Tues., Thurs., Sat. 1.l0 asm? .Francome's -R;O - Tues., Thurs., Sat. 11.40 a.m.i: Hogan's R.Q.- - -.. - :: Tues., Tliurs.,Sat. 11.40 a;r.m. Mount cccles~- :: .Tues. & Saturday :12.30 p.m. Harper's RO. Tues, & Saturidtay 12.30 p.mi. Tarwin: ?Tairwiin Loweri a::d Cashin's loose bag- :-: L Tuees., Thures Sat. 12i oon Stony :Creek t:o Dollar, Fidge's. R.O., Scott's.:: : R.O. &a...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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FAIRBANK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 April 1914

FAIRBANK. ::The danoe: held inf the local hal. in .aid." of the Diebati ng Societey proved most. su ccessfuill in every way :-:A :few: musicdal. itemas ble t:ween danoes: made tihe: evening very .enjoyable.,: The committee -ware fortufate:iii havinlg present Mr E.- BrigIht wi e hsesongs 'were louldly a pplaudqd. -The presiden t (Mr A:. Jones) thanikeddthose who hadd?oeb-n so: muaticha: ti ke u the evenirng a success. The utinal M. 0iand tmuscitan were in charge,;and carried out their duties in ttieir usual isatisfatory -mnnr·.-*:?

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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CHARITY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 April 1914

CHAtLCT.Y OPJiUy. :?It .was quite in keeping with the-season of the year that the chief festivity should be in aid of charity, -Hospital Sports and Jumble Fair, with a grand con cert.to the same end in the evening. In the matter of charity Leongatha is always to.the fore. The plea for help is never made in vain, and while cases of sick ness sent hence to City hospitals may be numbered with a fair degree of regularity year after year, earnest and consistent en deavor is put forth unostenta tiously to fulfil our obligations arising from this fact. It is a gracious and merciful spirit that inheres in the bosom of man de spite the fall; a Godlike quality ; on attribute of the Divine, which bids those more favored with the material blessings of the world to reach down and uplift, as oppor tunity occurs, their struggling fellows. It is well for us that side by side with Selfishness dwells Charity-Charity, fair of face and gentle of demeanor, Charity, that hath dove's eyes, and whose name ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 April 1914

,Leongatha Bakery. R. B. ERLANDSON I-AVING purchased the Bakery Business of MR. D. NIUOL SON, in Mc~artin Street, Leon gatha, respectfully requests' a :share of the patronage accirdede to his predecessor.. ?:::-?i: The business being:: carried i? undeir the de~!ct supeivisi nr of the proprietouiitb stomers can rely upon 'securing satisfactini and attentioh Fresh Small Goods lDaily. -F. W. MORRIS;, Carpenfer and Builder. DESIRES to announce that he is now resident 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 i Latest Designs. NEXT W. HIEWETT, SADDLER, ., IF ., OUT OF CEAR 'WOLFE'S-SCHNAPPS Spells Perfection in Liquor. It is: a Popular Tonio.i Please Pioneer Saddlery. TIT FIELD Desires to announce * that he has rurchased the SADDLERY BUSINESS carried on by M~aG. A. SAYERS during the past 14 years, and hopes for a continuance of the ...

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Coming Horse Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 April 1914

Cornin Horse als . Tuesda y, April 2lst Sale by Mes?rs MoCaitin &Co0, in onb juioctio? wlth Messrs Oabilibell &i Sons, in L:eongatha yards:. i:: : . Germany prohibits bookmakl ers making bets.with army:men.:: :oount-i Okuma, :Japaii's new Piremier, is 76 years of age. .. Suffragettes promise - not to make scenes in France whien King George visits there, " to markl the courtesy there extended to.Miss Pankhurst.". -,The United States has directed the President to purchase or con struct 1000 miles of railroad in Alaska. The proposed new railways in Alaska will open up gold-bearing regions and immense coal de posits,. In the Burnley competitions, six white leghorns put up a world's record-278 eggs each in 12 months, 1914 is here and you will require diaries.and almanacs. We have agood 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 ...

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Orange Blossoms. ROBBINS—FURPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 April 1914

Orange IBlossoms. R·:-OBBINS-FURPHY. At the: Methodist Church on Thursday, March 26th, Miss Amy Fuiiphy was united in matrimony to Mr W. Robbins. The Rev. W. Seamer was the officiating minis ter, assisted by Mr G. Morris. Thei church was- artistically decorated by the friends of the bride, who was dressed in white merv silk, daintily trimmed with white. lace, and she carried a bouquet of whitelilies and aspara gus fern, with white streamers. The bridesmaids, Miss A. Furphy (sister of the' bride), and Miss Dawson (cousin of the bride), wore white silk with pale blue ribbons, and carried bouquets of pink geraniums and asparagus fern, with pale blue streamers. The bride was given away by her father, and Mr A. Furphy carried out the duties of best man, with Mr D. Roberts as groomisman. After the ceremony a large num ber of guests drove to the resi dence of the parents of the bride, where the breakfast was partaken of, and an enjoyable time was spent. Toasts were suitably pro posed - the...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Love's Arithmetic. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 April 1914

Love's Arithmetic. . ::. One smile mxakes a flirtation. : One flirtation, makes two acquaint ed. Two acquainted makes oine kiss:.. One kiss makes several:.more. '' *Several kisses minake ,an engage ment.. : "**" :..^ One-, engagement -akes two . blind .persons. Two blind persons make- oie mar riage.:-: : ; One marriage. makes two mothers in-law. Two mothers in-law make; ared -lot ,-,,Howmany pedoile woik in you oflice?' asked one city: man of an. other.' :-':"Oh, I should say, at a rough guess, about two-thirds of theml" was the UDIYels

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Easter-Time in Leongatha. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 April 1914

laster-Time in L-ongatha. : Thefolk of Leongatha put in a luiet time 6fr Easter. The shops ind stores; exceeding: the regu ation liberality, - closed- from Friday until Monday .inclusive, thus'allowiinktheir/ employes,the benefit of: a quite .extended7 holi lait. The weather, however, was unpropitious. The summer con ditions which had been with us sb lorig departed.all too suddenly, so that fromn gloomy forebodings at the -prospects of a drought. (a Gippsland, not - a Northern drought, it is to be remembered) the .community" found reason for complaintLat thes sudden change to the opposite extreme. 'Bluster ing winds: and driving sihowers ushered in-the, holidays, and- : cold bite in the air caused stoves to: be discarded, andi erstwhile vacant fireplaces put on again the winter look, and drew. inmates.to the circle of its comfort.?-':Various ifixtures 'had, been arranged-on 'ennis courts,. the cricket field, ;the iEfld range; spl0orts, bazaar, aind entertainments of 'varying .sort.w...

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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 April 1914

:.... THE CONCERT.:: Everything considered, iattenl ance at the concert in the evening was excellent '-.everything con sidered. It was not-a record house; unless irideed we seek the record wrong :end around Evenh then our search is unsuccessful, fdoir. thiire have been worse houses in :Leobigatha. They were.of the hero type who went out into the weather on-Easter Mo-nday night; even at the call of charity;. and mariy of is?.are built-otherwise. Whenthe.sun has sunk. coldly iri' the west behind a screen of oheer less grey;. when mhists enoircling thde surrounding hills hide them from our view; when the..wind whistles and moa:ens dolefully out side, and fleeting sihowers patter ingupon the roof speak in-tones of misery, one daes inotwant to be a hero-- An easyo chair before. a cosy ,fire deve!lops comfort 0miost amazingly, from-.which one must needs be torn' by force. So then eviirything considered;: the attend ance .was good. The performers, thboughtful.and generous, reduced their fe...

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PEOPLES OF THE PAST. Interesting Researches In Peru [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 April 1914

: PEOPI.ESeOTF THE PAS'W; interesting Researches In Pers.I" . A scientific gentleman; whose life work has been cast in fascinating places for one with a bent of serious thought, is Dr. F. W Yollmann, who off and on for the past five years has been engaged in archaeological re search ir yeru. That country is fa vored among achaeologists because what is known of its fascinating his tory opens up illimitable fields for sci entific speculation, and no man can do research work there for five years on end without becoming known to the world of serious thought. Some of the evidence of Dr. Vollmann's ar duous toll are to be found to-day in the Peabody Museum, Boston, in Mun ich, Germany, the Carnegie Museum at Pittsburg, and the Field Museum at Chicago, and not a few of the Pe ruvian contributions made through Dr. Gaffron to. the Natural History .Museum of New York were .discov ed by Dr. Vollmann. In reply to a request, Dr. Vollmann told how he set about his research work in the strange cou...

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EASTER TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 April 1914

The : ?rd .,Easter .':. isl one which comes to0 us from :, the Saxons, and: in its original: sig nificance related to the .Goddess odf.the Sax;ins,. or rather of: the East, Estera, whose festival was celebrated in the sprin'g- bof -the year; about the Jwish ..:Passover season.,; The word :occurs- biut once in :-:the Scriptures (Acts 124. 4), .and, there. it .is: a' rmis translation; it :sh'ould --be :ren dered. EPassbver." MOne resuilt of inmakiing thie central .point of :the Easter. celebritioh :a Friday, added to the difference between the :Jewish method of cointing (or liunar-time) and common time; is that Good Fridaiy -is rr.arely in deed, in exact accord with the Jewish .-celebration of the' Pass dover.:i Sometimes almost ? full month initervenes::- Thei Jews wait until-thie spring equinbx, and begifi their month with thei first new: moon thereafter, and i.keep the Passover 'at.the full :of that moon .. or the -14th day.: In the preserit instance,. however,: it bappens that the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 17 April 1914

M'Cartln & Co Leongatha. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, Stock, Station, Land & Financial Agents. : CATTLE SALES, 1914. Leongatha. Korumb'ra. SThurs Friday. April ... 2 168 30 . 24· May .. . 14" 28. '..; 822" June ., 11" 25 6'. 5 19 July ..' 9. 23 '".. 3 17 31 August .6 20 .. 14 28 SBeptember .3. 3. 17 ...;.: 11 25 October .. 1"15 29 9 23: Noyember ...12 26 .. 6 20 December ... 10. 24 -... :4 18 * Denotee First Sale. Agents for Sun fire Offce;. Colonial Mutual Life; National Tfustees, Exeou tare andAgency Co. Head office, Leongatha, Branch office Korumburra. - Loans Negotiated; Phone 28,Leongatha. OUR NEXT SALE ON TBURSDAY, 30TH APRIL H*orse Sale. LEONGATHA... Tuesday, April 21st, 1914. . icCARTIN & CO (in conijunction ,I.L- with CAMPBELL & SONS, of Kirk's Bazaar, Melbourne) will hold: Sale of Horses, at their Yards, Leon gatha, on . :Tuesday, April 21st; 1914. Commencinmgat10 a.m. Full attendance of Melbourne and ExportBuyers.; MORTGAGEE'S SALE. Dairy Far...

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