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POLITENESS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 28 April 1914

POLITENESS. A younggirl wa-s taking a trip. arost the Atlantic. The sea was quite rough and many were seasick. The girl was unusually quiet for her -so her father thought. He watched her a few mo _ments in silence, than asked: "Are you feeling siok MarionP" "Well, not-exactly sick? but I should hate to yawn," she replied.:. 'A certain witty judge :wais trying n case recently where a dealeri sued. -n steamship company fdr the loss of soume - pigs in a fire oh board a cross-'Chune boat. It came out in evidence that 'the steamer had a large deck-load, and here the damage was greatest. The judge thus began his-charge to-t the iury:-' ' "entlemen, to put these pigs on deck was a rash aot, but:to fry them' ras a rasher. " -

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
District News. MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 28 April 1914

District News. MEENIYAN. A meeting of the Meenlyan Dititrict Football Associationiwas held on Saturday evening; 4ele gates being present from Duin balk, Stony Creek, Tarwin Valley andl Meeniyan. The president (Mr Geo. W.. How) .was in the chair. It was decided to start play on Saturday next. The following teams will meet, the games:to be played on the first mentioned club's ground:-Stony Creek v Meeniyan, Dumbalk v. Tarwin Valley. MIessrs J. Amindie and N. A. Munro were appointed umpires. The rules were thor oughly overhauled, and altered and amended to suit requirp ments. The Association has de aided not to., affiliate with· the League..'

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAGNER'S PERSONALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 28 April 1914

JAGNEB'8 PEBRSONALITY.iN " '(something of the-complex-person, .-ah?lity of Wagner may-be gathered from .an article by Mr. 'rnest Newman 'in -.-he. "Contemporary..Review." '.'There : have- been one ort.wo musicians . as S:great as he," -sayBsMr. Newman, "but certainly no man who ever- wrote mu . sio had a personality so complex, or ! managed to fill the stage so effectively . both during and after his lifetime. 'During a great part of his life the words most frequently on his lips were 'renunciation' and 'resignation.' 'No Sman had ever less understanding of the -?eal meanings of the words. T'his shy apostle of renunciation and resignation 'could not bear to live anywhere but in the very centre of the limelight. It is not a personality that one can wholly like, but of the power and fascination of; it there can be no question. .Wag ner's was the hungriest and most ra .pacious soul that ever inhabited a musician's body. Talking for ever of love and the glory of its sacrifices, he laid ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Woorayl Shire Council. LEONGATHA, APRIL 24TH. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 28 April 1914

'Woorayl- Shire ^Council.^ LEOqNG THA RI2 -Present- Crse. Donald (presi dent), Black, Caulter, Henderson, iInglis;"J6hnson-McDoriald,.Mumni mery and Rigga .. S:CORRESPONDENCE . F;.-Fromi.:, Department :of Public Worksii ini reference- to. proposed new.road at hillia: Tarwin -'aill iway.' station leading to Tarwin Lower, and stating that Mr'C; H. Jones objected to the.closing of the .present -road: unitil a -more reasonablc scheme be adopted. See motion, .Lands a rd: Su itey Deparltment, asking, parti~cuirs: "relatin?g to marram kiss'requilired.-2Attended Same' stating that Mrs Bar bara Clarke's application 'to purý Ibase S-rad .ibetween i-allotiients 1iB and .52A, parish of Korum burra, has been. withdrawn. Attended to.. - Same, requesting reply to letter orwarded on December 24th, re road deviation through allotment 3B .parish of Leoiigatha.-Secre tary to.attend. .. .Public :: Healthl:,:D.epartment, askinig- that samples: under: the~ 'ureýFoods :Act be foriwarded. at regular interv...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 28 April 1914

rM'Cartin & C, Leongatha. S-heep and bCattleSalesinen, Stock, Station, Land & Financial CATTLE SALES, 1914. Leoigatba. Korumb ra. Thurs Friday April .. 2 16":30 24= May ..: 14" 28 .--,. 8 22 June : ..'=.;.11 25 - 5... . 5 19 July : ..;. 9 23 3.. .:3"'17 31 August ..:6 20 - 14 28 September .. 3; 17 .11 25 Octobr ...1 15 29 9 23 Novembeir ... 12 26',.. -6. 20 :: . December :..-10 -24:. 4 18 . D. eo: . t "Di es First S'ale."., ' " , - Agente for Sun 1tsre Ofice,. Colonial Mutual Life;: National Trustees, Execu: tars and'Agency Co; :Head office,Leiingatha. Branch of0le Korumburra. - " Loanes Negotiated. 'Phone 28,-Leongatha. : . ? .. ,o_ ' -". : . .- . OUR ?EXT SALE . ON THURSDAY, 30TH 'PRIL' MORTGAGEE'S SALE. Dairy Farm At. FISH CREEK. SThursday, April 30;,1i9i4, : At- 12.30 p.m. : - . JCARTIN & CO. have bee h in .. striucted by t-. he i,.ortg;agee to : sell-by'auctiin at the.Commercial 1Hotel, Leongatha, on the above , date: SAll that piece of Land.known as , J...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 28 April 1914

EF1RE'! FIRE!V ~CRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY TEMFORARY ?PREMISES IN tSNEL1L'S BUILDIENGS, . supply of Newspapers and Maga .zinea. 7 - TRIickets fo Eight Hours' and Dr uids Art Unionis. ; .iDo. You Want Good Vaule For Your Money ' PRICES RIGHT. S; ISO;:CALL ON ST. COCHRAN, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE R. H. SIMON, ' PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, - . -FOR t:heFollowing Lines:-TANKS, TROUGHS, arid BATHSI,: a nd all Iron ' :?- *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 ofi al-. .descriptions promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and' Other'Metals) 'done :- ,Sewing Machines repaired. Satisfaction'guaranteed. , HOT-and COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERATING,- andi S SEWARAGE CONNECTIONS LAID ON. 'Estimates Given.;::: . :" Certificated Melbourne and Metrobolitan ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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CORRESPONDENCE. LEONGATHA LIBRARY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 28 April 1914

COORRESPONDENOE. LEONGATHA 'IBRARY. TOi THE EDITOR. :Sim-I should yery much like to know how·-nmuih longer'th iecom mittee of the jublicklibrary~inted keeping the books locked up :away from subscribers. '~Bet?eeni two and three moni ths ago they called all the books in:for the puirpose ofi re-classifying re-numberig-, or soimething else, and since tlen sub scribers have been limited to one book2and a very few to chdose from As the- Ionig winter ,eVenings are coming iign and the cows are going buts it is 'just the .tim? of the ydar when the country subscribers ijakhe most use of the libriary. One book for a family who m.ay not have the oppiortiinity of ,chan ging it for a forthight is quite useless; It would be'cheaper and far more entertainh ing td: buy a few'.. penny dreadi fuilll:sand exchange with neighbobil thani read some of the library books: I think if.the book committeedo not hurry up they will find the iubsorijtions, particularly the country ones, fall off to a great ex ten...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 28 April 1914

.At" the . monthly meeting of the. Woorayl Shire Council on Friday last Cr. Black referred to the neces sityl of the-Public Works Depart compelling landhdlders in the shire to fence river, frontages, under the Unused Roads and,Water Frontages Act.' iHe .pointed out. that in a number of instances where ,the frontages were not fenced the area was covered with blackberry brami les, :and being Crown lands 'the council had no power to compel the adjoining property-owners to eradi cate them. Tlie President said'that the Department should enforce the taking- out of 'a licence- by every landholder who used a river fronit age. It .was to their;-interest, he remarked, .to keep .their frontages free of noxious weeds. A resolution was carried that 'the~ Public Works Department be. approached on'the matter. .The shire engineer, Mr D. D. Gray, received a telegram during the course of the council meeting on Friday~stating that his .father was .ill, .nd" he left by afternoon train en route to Wedde...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Leongatha Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 May 1914

Leongatha Te phone \'sExchage. ;Following are the numbers and names of subscribers : 1 hire of Woorayl Offices. 2 Buitter Factory, and manager a residence. · . 8: ~:Co opierative Society's Store 4 W. G. Walker, storekeeper.:,' i 3:. Peck & ;Sons; auctioneers. S6. 'J. M. Molloy:chemist, - 'i: : 1. 'P. Johnson, butcher. S8. Dri Howden, physician. 9- 9?Nurse Morris, piivate hospital 10; Lardner & Co., ironmongers.; 11iCl.Govin & Co., drapers. 12. A. E. Edney, storekeeper 13; Rossiter & Co., STAR Office. 14. Pearce &;-Jarratt, butchers 15. S. MaddernCommercial Hotel t?l6i!Neal Bros.; storekeepers. 1-7. -R.Bair, OtagoHotel. . 1.5 E; Manders; agent 19 ..Nurse Good, private.iospital. 20 Rev? P. J. Coyne;.Presbytery -21J '. Rumpf,~ private residence 22 J. :McFarlane, coab??ibuilder 23?E?EMicNamara baker, 24 2.H. Kellyuhdertaker. ' 25.?Jno;, Lardner,private residenbce' 26. ':Dr Pern, physician, r t~27r.:EB A.Cole auctiorn mart. ;t28~ McCartin &...

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Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 May 1914

P inforima ton. .AU8TRALTAt& WASMANIA. - r, -n l se~l- .?.;?:: :?' d? . Ne~a~rz.pri-ed 6utia. :td Within 0ommonwealth rand: all places iii~Britikh"Bm: fP~r pr4. une 0 .1 ah.ziir?itIonal,?· 0 1 Within Ciinommori-nwealth -r-.and 'Iallplaces iin British "Emi ,' .jesinge" each. . 0.. !1 F tn'n e uionh whaolf0b. - ../ 0 -: .1 ·: '(:'ew~pa ers ;rinte- jutsia;"._:. i.'?:! 0 . Within Cmoinnwealthi an Newr Zealanid, for every Oine rateerof,postage. .:... Uni4td AKingdom-Not ex- - ceeding 80z., - each news-. - .Ea6h additional 2og. :.:.:O For transismis.ion whci ":lly-b :-. Ssea per o ,:0 rientadP.as[i :ad OrPitedamersid8o?,? :... 0 1 Other~palhes;, not-exceedii .ng ".;-- -'-·r deivr , L.in.:t-e;Co;,': ··1·. 4 os. . .. -.. 1 - T Each additional oz,0s. -.:. :0. 0v~i l r?lnei PIPERS.:II I:':'::i ?: ?? ',to : ?- PRy.INitheD;ol PAP?~,? ..."'! WithinotheiCmmoi nweaon lt-i or'books pinitiedn 'Aij.i . tralia, per 8oae. 'or piart Printed outside 'Austr'alia por aosk; o part thereof 0J To' New...

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South Gippsland Racing Associatiou. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 May 1914

Suth Gippl aing; j~!~j-;ssl'~tio iatiou. .-The ainual meeting ' was :bheld t the Otago Hotel on. April 29th, weii:there wer: present-Messrs P. Griffin (president, in te chair) W J. Farrell, . J Baillie T. Ad kins-, Jodhni Smiith, and H. J. Rossiter (bon, bec.) : The "minutes ef the previous annual meeting were read and confirmied on the motioin of Messrs Farell nd Baillie e.The following auidit6d alance sheets w.erei.i presnented and adopted on the motion: bf Messrs Grifft-uinndiA:1in ASSOCIATION. .Receipts. To ialance 30/4/1i3 £18 8s 8d; nmemibers' sibscrip tions ?1 1Os, Meeniyaniaffilia t;ion i and i?bookmiakers' fees,..3 ; Associltioil' lookmakers':fees; £3 10s ?Fo?iiter: -bookmakers'. fees, £2 15is ; Korumburra: affiliatiofin anhd b?ioolikmakers, feesI £4 ls :10s 6d. Othl'ot, £33 i4s 2d:. : Expenditurie--By dr.: balaiice, Stoni: Oreek races 15/1/13; £1 2s; Stodny Creek Reserve trustees, 8s; advertising for handicapper, £?2 s:; printfig, 19s6d ;bank charges andchequne book, 16s ;...

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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 May 1914

MaillService. MAILS RECEIVED AND'"bE8 PATCHED FROM .LEONGATHA iClosing Hour. ::,:.i To Melbourne & Korumburra 17a.m & 8.45 p m. All stations to .Port Albert - ..; -10.45~a.m. Leongatha'Souith--:.- :. -'i SMon.; Wed., & Fri; 11i::45 al.m.: Mirboo North-- ;,;. '; ::.o hes; ThursSat 1 a. -:.MI~oarddil~diEat·i, n? ?: ] :T--?:':i-····'-ji;:?7":; STuesi Thurs, Sat., .-. McKinnon's R.O.: Tues, ithurs. Sat. 11 a.m. Wheelan's R;O. Toes., Thurs,-Sat 1; : m. Kooroornian Eas Tues iThurs., Sat. ii1 a.m. Tu :;Iles..Thurs Sat.:i 40?0a.m. "- Francoinie s -R 0??! !7:,,?;{<i. .St-i?e?nyR oiii:eel~PE Dollar,:::.: T.: oes.? Tue?ihurs, Sa~t .114 ati;li.m -'Fidge's ThuR.0;I' S0cott s11.0?a-m: - b:R'O.:&:Mirbo o Sth--:::..:a:: Toes&n;,SWaday? 23Fii 0 p Teeniyan 'to T'Dninblkowe-r:::, '.: :dNrrenEasinl:Wo.or.yse :ba-g.1', Dod0s-aInd Mirboo-Sth Mon ,Wed. Fri 1m Fish Creek toYanaiea-i Mon.day .;, ?, ... ?.?-m Fish Creek to-Waratah N- afid Wlkerville

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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 May 1914

Gr?ek andAlban.ian- forces, are iniconflict in Epirus. ::The trofibld in Ulster :is rapidly approahing a' crisis.: :,Some of -.the unioni?sare b'j oy cotti ng the Harbor Trust.:, : Tin is imore gambled in on the ma rk tanf anyi othermetal. Tapan has atlat deid d tol participate in the Panama Expo sitioni :The pri6eB f tin< fell £20 ? urin ;t;ie month.;I5l i?i;?iow :worth £155 per toni *:-The :'Dredgigtinguriiry. Board reomifimendations are to be given effect to SThie. Socialist v6te in- Paris has inceased b 830 000 sinjie the last elecdbtions A Rudssia oil steamer blew up off t~i'e coaist of Aigeiia.: Fifteen lives lost .I : SAn a.::viatdr~in Japan was In cinerated owing- to-; his machine catchingoi o fire . -.- ': .: ,A nunimber obf :landlesss c6ttars have seized a small island ,to the north of Scotland.-: - .Wire nettin g'for river.frontages is.to be .supplied by'the Depat .ment-at bh?lfirates:- :,.!.:?? i?:;- " :At the Miinyip railWay. station 123,Q000.bags.opf· ?lliea...

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NOT SO GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 May 1914

- NOT so GREEN.: i I? -recruit for ?the police force was walking down the roaa, -ihen'he pick ed -up a shilling, Later on"]ie imet the sergeant and said:- - - "Look here; sergeant, !I've-foun? a shilling, and I think it's only right to give it-to- you.." '!Yes, my boy. any. time you find' an, money you must always give it to me. The sergeant walked away and pre sently met another sergeant, to whom he said:- -. "Look here, I've- gobt-a regular-gree? horn under me; -he has'found a shilling in the road, and-he says any time he finds any- maoney he will always· give it to me. Come along, we will go and ave two sixpenny-worths with it. They strolled into the nearest publiac house and the sergeant gave t1e order and put down the shilling. The landlord said : "'Look here, sergeanst; this shilling-is a bad--onel" "A bad one!" said the sergeant, who had to pay -for 'two?drinks~outt of his own pocket, - He went ?back --to the recruit. an said:- "Look here Ithe i~hilling-~e fowo? and gave me w...

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Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 May 1914

Melthodist Church. ::On Friday :evenihg last a wei cdme social was tendered .by-the bfficers and congregation 6f the Methodist Church to: Rev. E..:H. Nye and Mrs Nye, that genitle man being apiointed :by the con feience to thlie Leongatha circuit. Mr Sage, sedior-circuit Steward, occupied the :chair, ahd:- an nounced the object; of the gather ing, and that.the first part of the eve iing would: be given up .to the enjoyment of the various itiems on, the programme. .:The folloving l adies and gentlemen. contributed "to the\ v.ocal re?.nde6ring' o?f-* ~any?; appropriate songsin aI n appre ciative stylei-Mesdamnes Gregory? and- Nelson,- Messrs ::Wilson; D. Nelson, Griffiths, :Messrs Prout and .Richards, and'. a recitation by Miss Bel!lingham.- The churchl was well filled, membeirs of sister :cburches being preseht ."WThe Rev;s:Jackson (Prestiyte ria) and Harivey (Anglican) attend'd' d to extenid to the Rev. Nye a cordial welcome to Leongatha, and saidi thait :they felt 'sure that :there...

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HOSPITAL TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 May 1914

_HOSPITAL TRAGEbY;.- ? Leighbourn Middleton,' a well-known' New -Yorker, died- in hospital, (says 'a New. York message, after a gallant fight.'for life; -which has-attraoted at tention throughout- the country. The young. man.suffering from a. peculiar form ýof:' -naemia-, resulting from .an~ "attack of typhoid fever contracted on his honeymoon. He was admitted to .the hospital,, and the physicians de clared -that quiick transfusion of blood was his only chance of life. His fa ther twice went ion the.operating table beside his son,;anidendured the loss of: some of his own-blood, 4thatit might be :transfused' into 'the veinsof his boy. The patientorallieda little, but again began to sinki:-and the young. bride neat offered herblood.- Gordon Middletog, a seventeen year-old coos in of the patient 'nexti made the, sao rifice, and was followed by..Frederick Townesi atmoollege'f mate: and': lifelong friend of Middleton - His mother offered to give her life *or :her"boy,; but the physicians...

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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 May 1914

SPORT AND PASTIME. THE K TURF SRaces willbe held at Caul field this. :afer.noon;iwhen the follow ing selections' may be near the taikl.for the different events: : MAIDEN'PLATEk. , ',Honorine'^ 1. '. 1vl : SOnazer ..- .. 2. H-';'.:HURDLE ERACE. Admiral Gýandf:-. . 1:: Eulbelrtie 2. Calabash 3 AUSTIN PLATE Meeutr ' .. . . 1 .1. Maple Leaf .:..' - ....2. ' Apiarist .. ... 3 : E':,STEEPLECHASE. 'Pladda: .- ..." . ' ' Westport ,. . ... 2 Myers ... ... 3 HEIDELBERG HANDICAP. --:.:Roseview . .. ... 1 ,-." Monodia ....... 2 /'Allansford ... ... 3 -. : -AUSTIN PURSE.. Malvaceous .. :... 1 Queenie-Knight ... 2 . Bilga .. ... 3 Races, will1:be held atRichimond to-morrow, when :the two..prin coipal events to-be -decided will iie the .Five-; .Hundred;,Plate .raWid Purse.: Following ,-may., h.be tlie placeing: " PLATE.. " Fustanelle .. .1 ' Lancaster Lad ':..'. 2 Rejoice . 3 ro ..P.URSE. : .. FZ- ... ... .1 Field Rose .. 2 Tronim- . 3

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A MEDICAL ANOMALY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 May 1914

.A-nmEDICAL--ANOMAbY." One branchof medical soiencevwhi-h Wilhl:not"beo dehIlt with at the--doctors' .conference (remarks a London paper) is the wonderful work done for suffer ing hurcaniry?by Mr H. A. Barker, the Park Laae :bone-setter. Mr Barkerdhas offered to work one day:a .week.gratuitously in any ELon don:-hospital for the relief of poor suf terersiand-to demonstrate his methods tosurgeons,'and medical students. but tho offer is.refused because Mr .-Barker is not technically a qualified medical man. A striking appeal for the recognition of: Mr Barkers- methods is made-by Mrs iHelen -Hamilton :in. tho "British Re :vie?."'.:She -tells of a remarkable oure Mr Barker -hbd made in her-i own case after the knife had failed. "'I- am not writing this article?to ex-. press. my gratitude to 'Mr Barker,' (says Mrs-Hamilton) "for deep.and sin ce'et though :it .is,;there is no need to say it in p llic; still- less to advertise him, for he enjoys owing to thehboy dcott by-the faculty. of hi...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 May 1914

' FOOTBALL. The football season in Eleon gatha will open to morrow after noon on the Redreation Ground; when the local-team .will mnieet Nyora, who were admitted-to the Associatiori.bn .Tuesday evening last; Wheh the first :round was drawn iupLeongatha was to meet Outtiim on .the- Outtriin' ground, but owing; to6. the ihcolusion of Nyora the drtaw' had"; to'- be ie arrahged, with.the restilt :tiht tie locals will have .the advantage of playing the opening -)game on their own ground. It is a diffi cult: lfmtter at:present to ?iredict the strength :of the local. team; which is sure to include a 'fair amouiint o6f: young::: blood, .ad a good idea.of their ability will be ascertained: after ton-morro.i's cbntest, wlhich isi sure to be well worth witnessing The v.isitors have been nioted s ::having some good performers .ih their~ iranlks, and are certain. to strain 'every nerve to gain a victory. It: is ?oiped that players will be on the ground ready for the fray punc tually to time, ant...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 1 May 1914

SlFancy Goods Shop. McCartin-street, Leongatha. : J. and F. A. FORGE K:?N'.TEEP STATIONERY, BIRTHDAY .: i? ::?PRE8ENTS, and 'WEDDING i. PRESENTS, Confetti, Glase and China -and all Fancy Goods. Materials for Fancy Work. )- - - - 'F. W. MQIORRIS' ICarpenter andBuilder. f-ESIRES 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' Worknianship Manner. Papers kept in Stock; Latest Designs. "?NEXT W. BEWETT, SADDLER, • .. PIOnoeraSaddlery. SFIELD Desires to announce Sa. that' he has rnr?hased the BADDLERY. BUSINESS carried, on by MB G. A. SAYERS during the -past 14 years, and hopes'. for. a .contin uance of the liberal support accorded .-to. his predecessor. The proprietor has been employe' by Mr Sayers during the past. 12 months, which is a guarantee that he is a oom petent tradesman in all branches. !All Saddlery requisites kept in, stiock ...

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