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CHANGE OF SEED. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

3 Mil:CHi oP 'BSD.'' In the-N;.S.W. Agricultural Gasebte (Marchli, 1918, issue) the late Supe lendent (now "]nder-Bccretary) )f Ag riculture (Mr. Valder) gives the farm er some sound advice ooncerning: the important matter, "Change of Seed.t" Change of seed is just as neoessary to the farmer as a change of stock for breeding purposes. But there is ithis diffeoence-stock will give good resatlts luring the first season but not so with seed. Sted received perhaps fromna totally differenut climate has to beoab climatised before good results can be expected, so the cereal grower shoUld read, -mark, learn, and inwardly di goest hat Mr. Valder advises. Get a small lot of the Department's pure seed. and raise from this atithie second year suffeient to plant, tho whole of your cropping area. In this wise, circumstanoes permitting, the seed should.be at its best--as far- as quality 'is concerned-at the second year. It may prove a profitable p'r position at the time you harvest .the results of...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Orange Blossoms. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

U Orange Blossoms. ALwedding was celebrated by the Rev lJas Jackson atithe residence of Mrs D. McFarlane,; miother of the bride Nat Lebngatha Souti h. f April 15th.; The .contracting par ties vwere Mr 'George James Oroiss ind Mis Jee ie Florence McFar lane. :,The bridesmaidd, was Miss Maggie McFarlah'e, andfthe best hman Mr Fred. Ci'os?. "The: bride Ras given away by her mother. After O the- ceremony,* the comipany at ldownn to the customary veddifig breakfast when.the Rev. J. Jackson prop'osed,.the toastl of " Bride aind 'Bridegroom "'which swas regspinded tbo by .the -b idegroomn:. Mr- J. E lliotipropose-d"'. The Parenti'," aifd The happy coupleleft by afternoon train for the city: to spenid the honeymoonriand tmany. -were'the good wishes. received:, from their. friends for their future: happiness. Folloig is i -.list: of presehts-. Bride to bridegro6m, gold sleeve links'; bridegroom to .bride," gold bangles; bridegrfomi.to bridesmaid, gold brooch; 'mother of bride, sewing machine...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

Fancy Goods Shop. McCartin-street, Leongatha. .:Jand. F,. A. FORGE .. ,"E(EP. STATIONERY, BIRTHDAY PRESENTS, and WEDDING • : 'PRESENTS, Confetti, Glass and China --and all Fancy Goods.' Materials for Fancy Work: F. W. MORIIMS C'arpenter and Builder. fESIRESto announce that he is now .L. resident in Leongatha, and hopes to merit a fair share of public support. Xd'ompetent Painter and Paper hanger employed. All Contracts entered into, and com pleted in a ~VorkmanshipManner. Papers kept in Stock; Latest Designs. NEX'TWV. HEWETT, SADDLER. Pioneer Saddlery. W FIELD Desires to announce Sthat-he has rurchased the SADDLERY BUSINESS carried on by Ma G. A. SAYERS during the past 14 years, and hopes for a continuance of the liberal support accorded to his predecessor. The proprietor has been employed by Mr Sayers during the past 12 months, which is a guarantee that he is a com petent tradesman in all branches. All1 Saddlery requisltes kept in stock Repairs a 'Speclalty. Horsehair bought in any...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. LEONGATHA v. NYORA. LEONGATHA WINS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

?+n"?".tS Srecr~a ion·-)^ :,:r s -rb+:.,:Tl.- : wiLEONGATH- NY vy ?inY[ORAi LEONGATHA WINS :utol -·se-··:· fr/od .: ·:·: :?he?~ ;!b(f~ Th@Ti footbeal eason opened in Lo-m uitha - n-th" Saturday aftaesr hoeiniwi'meWnthe locals likthetNoa a o t rereo ation.: res?erve. ?.. weather ias p:Tierfe :if alor the) pastime and the goinget washal that oildge diieitred gTheiaida a faif irnumber of spiietatci present: to y wirtnesi: the gameg. which;was notda very :interesting on,.ais thee visitors: werfe tdthly outciasised fromth lif.e boi:ice<bi? the licals, who seemed: tho db as thei plweased and somie of" t?eir players didlol t exert themselvis too: muchb iniithe? latta t ged st8gsof the game: Ther local -team ewas composed of mosiiitl new .blood, andminany a fatmil figure was missing from their ranks; notiably the old warhorse (TiminHalloran), who hais throw Minhis lot with Meeiiya:n The inijoritg.y of the new players :showed tiat they had a good insight inito the game, and, altho...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
He Wanted a Wound. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

; £ Hr'-Waetod aWonnd. Wounded? No. Nor have lever seen the tim. when I wished to,be. . SDid any one? Yes, indeed. * I have known voluntfeers: who nov ' gave a thought to ,rank -or prooinuii who served well and foight-oll .yiti: seemingly, no other ambition than : carry home with them some ugly- s:'z in a conspicuous place. Irecail i S i markable case of this lind. . Jolinnie was a young and rosy rc'r'. -1 ain-Kenluckvregiment, brave in aaci i' aR' d a favorite m in camp.RHe ofto:i e pessedda wihi< thatthbe war might n?o rendunitil-he hadfreceived his scar. OnZe day- . 1863, while the army 0o .Geni.?Rosenorauiwas resting at i-f. 'freesboro, Tenn.,. recruiting from th. Seffecs- ofStoneiRiver,. the oomoany t' whikli 'Jhbullie'belonged was ordeidcl o;.- as gnurd'to a wagoditiain' that F-was ; pullii;g out n a'foringiig expelitiia Our .'linoo niardli -as along the Shelbvville' tnrnrpipe, .whereewo found some 'well .filed coqrni-ribs. While the wcg6ýi?s -'were lbeig lgaded, .J...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STONY CREEK DEFEAT MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

STONY: CREEK DEFEAT: MEENIYANS The first ijat~ch of cthe season was played on the 1llocal-gro mdiid on Saturdayl Ihen Stony Cee and Meenmyan met The g me proved a disappointmient to ?the large number of spectators preyb sent, as Stouy Creek raii: a-ll over their opponents9 after ' etli! fiirst quarter, and were not serioisly troubled thiroughout. There hasI for years existed a: keen rivalry between Stony Creek and Meeni yan, and wheneyver their repre sentatives meet, the spectators invariably witness,'if not an ex citing, at least a strenuous game, and Saturday's was no exception, although it is pleasing to note that there, was nothing at all spiteful. A- Stansfield cap tained the home team; and proved himself a good leader. Prior to the game he ad dressed his men, urging them, to at all times play a manly, unsel fish, and, above all, a fair game, and show themselves to be true sportsmen. Such remarks ad dressed by a captain who has the selfrespect of his team cannot fail to influen...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Now! [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

M'.owi An --Eglhinhobleman who disa re cently wasfri~quently spokeni of among his fellows s being "toogo6od 'for thisi earth." He was excessively -absent .minded when in Isociety;, snd ?iassed much of his time in solitude and medi! tation.? "He was as. :pure and uni- Worldly," says his biographer, as a be ing of? another suhere." i :Loiking closely at his life, however;. it appears; ins'piteof the large pppor-. tunitiess swhich his wealth and rank gave him, to have beeiiof little use or-valun: to "his fellowinen. Aspirations and dreams, however ~-high and- noble, which never pass into.words or- aotioiis, do not weigh hieavily- in the world. :.. When Prince Bismarck retired from public life last winter, a member of the Reichstag said; shrewdlyi "The power of the Prince for good or evil lay in the use which he made of the present smo 'ment. He never worked for to-mor row but for to-day. 1Probably the same criticism could be made upon pove?: man ·vh exerts a liv ilg force sulonii his a...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DUMBALK V. TARWIN VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

DUMBALK v TARWIN VALLEY. On Saturday last a matdch was played on the Duinbalk Recrea tion Reserve, between] teamrs re presenting Dumbalk and Tarwinr Valley After a fast .ga me,w which except for patche- of rougih iplay,. was friendly,, Dufn balki won iy. 7 goals 4 behinds to 4 goals 7 be binds. The best players for Durm balk in which team all played weil; were C. Bright. Quick,.Wa!l Hughes, T..Hughes; and M.Walsh. Tarwin Valley's best were -D. McKenzie, M. Cai iE. Peart, J. Austin;, and Wakely. The latter, however, was a :trifle rough at times.: Aiitride umpir~d and glive satisfaction t bdth :teainS.-a .

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Pea Ridge Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

Pea Ridge Polities. '& SI e S kerOlay isvirery popular~through! out hisO distriot, except in one smallpre cinct'in *hat is known as Pea Ridge, *hei~the people are very' poor, and. bein a isolated; do' not keep up with the outh la world; says the Atlanta JourmaL To them tho. Georgia Legislatr'e is the greatest law-giving and most powerful body of men on earth. In this seotion Speaker Clay, whei he ran?ifor the Legislature the firsttiine, received only eight votes. He thoughi he cold' :at least'double his votes there in iis! last' race, -aridtwenit-over-to the Ridgctto:insakea speech.. While he was talking' awayto the coustituents of Pea Ridge .aboutwhal . he liad done in'the Legislature a rough farmeir came close to the stand hnd shodted: . - - "Say, mister;don't yerknbwiefyer'u er done yer dooty en thelast Legislaty us fainers'wonldii't' er had this:yer baggin tirist ter fightergin?" '. The audience cheored;the, questioner as it he ,had: put-a socdollager to the speaker,: an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

M'Cartin & Co Leongatha. S-heep and datile Salesmen, : stock, Station, Lrand & Financial Agehts. TTLNEI SALES, 19142:.. L Leongatha.: Xorumb ra Thurs Friday. April ... 2 168 30 24 May ... 14 28" ... 8 22 June: ? 11 .25 5 19 July - '. "23 3?81 Augu st . 6 20 4 " 28 September-. ... 3; 1 ... 1 ..25 October 1..... 15 29 9-23 November- . :i226' -. 6 20 December:. 10 24 .. 4 1i~18 Denotes First Sale Agents for Sui: hire Office ,i'Od nial Mntual Life; National Truse'es, Execu tars and.Agency Co. " ' ' - S Head office, Leongatha, Brandh office Koruminburra. ;. . ,. LoanaNegotiated. Phoi'e28, Ilengati;a. • · . . . . . " .'\..' .. .. . . .3 '- ? { , T..T., NEXT SALE. ,. SON- TRURSDAY. 14TH MAY. G,- rass Seed.-:: S: EW SEED just landing from New Zealand. Orders taken for any Snluantities at wholesale rates. Termrs. -.given with lots over £10, Price listfand samples tobe seeu atour office. McCARTIN'& CO. 7 i ?Aathieson &: Davis ;i .tock and Station 'Agents;. Siee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

FIRE' *2~FIRE' CRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY TEM-PORARY PREMISES IN ISNELL'8¶BUILDINGS, "Two Dooi? oOld Go6ner'. NEW Stock Stationery, Con-~ .. feootonery and School Books to hand, together with our usuil su plyof'Newspapers and Mfaga 'in... $Ticket for Eight Hours and Druids Art TUnions.-. . QDo. You Want" Good iValue For Your Money,? S :. PRICE& RIGHT. . IF SO, CALL ON . .. T. H. COCHRAN, Years-. th Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS. Coppersmiths, Etc.) .LATE R. H. SIVION -'PLiUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA,k ,: SO'R'"fe' Follo'ng Lines :-TANKS, TROUGHS, and -BATHS, and all Iron l Wok-?.in c6nnection ' with Houses and Farms. "Windmills'supplied-and -reete' .Dauiy .Ui[teoisils manufactured onithe.premises. ,Cycles .new-and second: hind); 'Casf' or Terms. '"Sundrie's kept in stock; good assortment. R eairs'of al dicniption sipromptly- executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and Other~Metals) A:one .WztactMac1ies- repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed.. -,'- OT id COLD WATER, GAS,-S...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Leongatha Catholic Sports [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

Leongatha Catholi Sorts -'"w` '- .. .. : ·· ".. ,. o :7 v 1 • .:- (.? . .., .. .Ata .m eeting ?ield ,o Tliurs day: evening tht oI win"g bilance-sheet was received and adoptedl Receipts To entry fees £17 6s, ;donation??? ??;f. 12 s i=sale of mebes ithickets £9 (i1os iale of hoat, £11 n1s takings at. gate, £10514s : bioom81kers .fees, :1iSs ( rieceirltsi 1from '-halD £24'4 6dj -receiptfrm ladies.ommittee, £19: 7s refi-?.d of isunsurnne :(per Mr.i arF? i?hael),1 "5s Total, £174 13 a? Zi a Eixlpnloif:h?i.e [{p-"rizf rli tR £35 d£5 3s ione £ d ;s i hire :Ioh-'1 £1- h'denation, trulstees eceato ]~serve1 £3 3s~Polie Dea tme 6sM'6d; hroftrauln (Victriatn Rail w~ays)l·us pettycashb stationery tge 8s 3d subdries, 14.6 d :?nsurance?oi n ireo ire tall, 5e, chequieo?ok2?a 2?1i alance in Coilonial Bankd £414 4s 8d? Total £174 ia 6

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

THE revisioin of the electbralrol6ls for. the Victorian .Assembly has giveni some startling results .: No fewer, than -100,000 names have been-r added ito /the old: lists :: an achievemfent which sho ws that the. past Ministries were sadly parsi moniou s, p that electoral officials gave sorry retirns for money paid them. -, Politicians may :amuise themselves by. trying to apportion the blame as accurately'(or as in acc.urately) as their personal in terests suggest; Ibu t the average. elector looking at the figures finds other matter for serious concerin. The ' old roll: gave, the coundtry: electorates 363,129 voters, andithe Metropiolitan constituencies .:had 318,786 ;that is' to say;,the Pro vinces were 44,343 vote,. to ; the good.. -The old state of things was bad,. , The 'population .arid ,"the political power of ý.Greater/ Mel bourne was a menace The per fedting of the-rolls-has shown that the evil is far: greaterý than . most of us supposed;: .Thei Metropblitan electorates -'ha...

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At a Dinner Given by Thackeray Old Delmonico's. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

Old Delmendco's. . Thdoeray was in high spirits, and whdnfthe cigars were lighted he said Itihatthere should be no speech-making, bit 't-at everybody, according to th old5le of festivity, should sing a son or ltoll a story. Lester, Wallack' fatier' James Wallack, was one of th geits, anid after a kind of shyness, whii was unexpected but very agree able in a veteran actor, he pleaded earnietly that he could not sing and knewino story. But with friendly per sistmnbe, which yet was ziot imnoderateo Thabkeray declared that no excuse couldbe allowed, because it would be a mranifest injustice to every other modest mai ast the table, and put a summary enditd'o the hilarity. It was to be a gen eral sacrifi~ce, a round-table of magna nimity. "Now, WVallack," he continued, we til know you to :be.a truthful man. You'eain, of course, since you say so, neither sing nor tell!a story. But I tcll yonuwhat you can do, and what:every soulc at thi": table knows you can -do bettir, thanrany. living man...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

Fo Children's Hacking Couglh at Nightj Woods' Great Peppermint Care, is-G. A-ladl 12 years bold, in Melbournb;e, Wlhose bonesare brittle, has suf fered from broken legl4-times. TO-MORROW - . /6th: MAY, 1914. THE STONY ;CREEK: Sports: Carnival and • Plcnic M Heetiong.: :- :- To be held on the ' IDEAL STONY CRE1EK RACE COURSE. S Record, Entries. • Shieffield Handicap .: .... 29 ·Htirdle Race ... ... 18 :-Quarter-Mile ... :. 15 S220 Yards:... 16 Local Handicap .. 5..' 21 Wood Chop . 8.. . 8 District Tug-of-War.:: Intense Excitement. A trial of strength between the different rival centres-Meeniyan; Dum balk,. Buffalo, Dollar and Stony Creek. HORSE EVENTS, by. special perniissionr of the V.RgO : (Posbt entry): --Handicap Hack Race; Handicap Pony Race, Maideh Pony Race, Pony Trot, Horse High Jump, The' Paces (Walk,: Tirot and Gallop,) : I' :-Also other Post Entry Contests:. AProgramme Suited to the :i Popular Taste.. , All Riders inust -be .Amateurs; 9st Minimum.: :: .:·. ..' , ·?: ·. ? -...

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MARKETS. GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

GIPPSLAND CO-OPER ATIVE SELLIN(G CO.S 1 REP0RTI Butter: Bhoicist atis id to is 2d;,?first ;griade il?Ad to. i sld, anid occasonally lawet- s~ pondI.. lO(d to0iO0d, off ldts g9'A, setai . tors ~d ?to lod; dir~ie f 8d. Cheese.-7l7d Ef?:~n rime.ti&w ._ loaf anid 7d .to 7 i o foielidfdtni sizes, poorer- iqhalitie; fb /i. semi-imatuired ad. i ni'i 7ui, d - to 8i.:- Eggs fir at iais 41i at-d: 1i : 10d, medium- we?htis '79/ s::l' ]?fe 'n;:dri: n lS'g ldtdiS"9d :m e~litjm. lieavies- 8s d, iiddles 1iOd -to l.1d, haims is to ls id. Whealiit. F.AQ 3s 9d Oats.-Millinig is lTd.-feed isP r d t ? is. d miedid, is 7'd -to is 8d, Mr ie 3s 0ld. Chifff lPrit o ten, £3 5, oo* cainriall? r£7s .6d. Potatoes. Primear~i? ni s are oifferinw g at £5 to £5 5s, it i very few buyeg?, Browneslls' £415s to £5 Onihons?. Pntrime B own Spnisoh arb noiwd worth £6 0s- : " MELBOURN E PIG MAl ill' Aodan'soin Strettle &t Co. reiport: i820 yarded. Stores.--Best bacon stores 38s to 44o, seconds 29s -to 32si...

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FAIRBANK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

FAIRBANK. A very isuccessful sicial iil ai'd of the Presbyitriia i:C hffuiid iffilid.' was held here on Friday iast. T5 i night wa fi ine and the aitten1 ance. a large one. Duhtii evening- a good p?g-rriitiiar 'f imusical items was .v - a games of . social1 ich'ottl,· played At the isls mints, whic hd be ey kiiidly. Provided: by t?e?3ladies;8 wee bhanidedrouad, and the Jfolk7 dispeorsedd-.:, hiav?inig . t b...roughly?? enjoyed:- .thhemiselvedss '- 1 - ol-i' low~iin'g· r·endeyec~ii ite~b~'·cin3 iis; g A. :EuH~ii'?s;; ? Riso|?eley?:-:.-16ii612' son, anid ,,-Meho :s BE ., ri"ht; J scottL J Molonatl A. And(Krf soni aiid L Hogan.

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MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. Next Date, Thurs., May 21. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

;I-M~ARK~ET ·TR~AIN FOSTER TO EONGATHI. ::Next.:Date, Thurs., -May 21i;, Up - A.M. - - Foster (dep.) .. 9 :Hoddle Range ', ..: -:"9.1i9 :. FishCir:: cek.l ,-: ,-:9:26 Y Boys 9.34 Buffalo 9.40 S:tony- Creek. . 9. I 49 Tarwin .. 10 Kboonwarra 10 8 -Longathia (arr.) . 10.30

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MARGARINE. A MENACE TO BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

MARGARINE .A MENACEI TO BUTTER. The colored margar in questien d::>..ihas received a:godi deio al ofl. atten td .',on by all? inter.eiste~Vi'n t he butter businessfor some timeiT There trji;9 -y.pibegibn immense improvementts ',ro' ftin.tLht ethods) of manufauiture i,,T durinrig:Iate years. .Formerly i? * .-w as made from:olo iecstearine, ree ·i ;fined heefetallow-i~.To iday there are ttireel iistinc?:- kiiids Eolo we margarine ,made. from-liianimal -:; fate;vegetable margarine; :made S:-from nuts, mostly cocoanuts ; and -:a:i .margarine iimade froin amixtu;rd , of. these two. varieties. Doctors differ~?~- to. tlh food ;--alues i- of -.- maIgarine. : Themedid'cl?uperI'in -i tendenft :-told the .Bermorrldsey. -' . guardians a few months ago that S.::: -he could nrot m inakei : similar re -- r.port-as to:-t. margarine as bhe did h - ?w .b'en -the alteratio n iri the :dietary. o.i'..of butter 'to margarine was made S"'in 1908,--ias, in- his. opinion, :,:the *· --.constituents.. of ....

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Woorayl Shire Council. HEALTH OEFICER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

Woorayl Shire]Council.: HEALTHT OEFICER'S REPORT. Dr Howden presented a leingthby annual report to the council :ta the meetingonr the 24th instant, the followng beingb a 'digest:- .·During.tie latter five& ,mo?hs of th~: y:iear 1913! there: wabs a smtrall': outbreak of diphlithe?ia in rthe tobwnshiip of Leongatha- one caise b-eing fatal -this being im pojrted from the 'niet?opolitan dis trict. One case occurred in Ner renia,: :and an inspection .was :iade of the MackeyState Schoo'l, but on6ly a few minor improve' mehts could: be suggesteld. No other .child idn the school wvas attacked. SDrainage.' The di·ains have latelyi:been .made practioaily im pgrviouis, ahd the obtlet is beoing gradually eitended further firomn the townp and, speaking ge?erally,? ,he system is.satisfactory. -.& Water Supply. This has been more satisfactory thaniin previnus yearse. The reservoir is :fenced off by a :pioket fenice, : d -Ithl water supply has been ofibetter qquality. So fasras coul...

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