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

A gentlemen s singles tourna merit ?will b e played -on the Leongatha links :-to morrow afternoon.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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STONY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

STONY CREEK. Given --anythihng like fine weather, "it is codifidently ex peoted thatte aii teniidance at the sports meetinig to beIheld'to-mor row (Weenesd??y) '~ill be the largest ?et seen on,tihe local race caouirse. The varied programme, whici hincliudies pedIetiiank events? horse aid pony raes: and wood clhiops; has caught -the popuilar taste, and it remains only now for the various officials to carry out their. duaties .in. a business-like manner to bring tbe meeting to a successful conclusion'...The cotn mittee.iiiteiid to ::aive no waiting betweein tbh di'iferenit f' vits. Race'will: foillow fade tbhioghou t, the afterhoon ad if their iiir i tidos 'are realis?l :in this reieb t the public will .io d bt:: b~lvei?ry appreciativ~ . Afterihoon : Willi be supplied by tie ladies hiile the booth has bIeietn'piuiroh byr Shepherd, of Geelong In,.,the even in a- ball in aiif~ tjiei~ rts club wil te held Side sho i n the -shape ?f ha ci :cus :aii l dii" W dest perf"rmanie w": illbe. ou;...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Leongatha Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

S ?e gatha Te" hone Exchang-e iFollowing are the numbers and names of subscribers- : : .: 1 Shire of Woorayl Office. : 2.Butter Fiotor?, k d manager a :2: :residencu ' e S Ap erative Sci ty'S~ Stiore 6J MMllycems . 2.:Dr:owernophyrsicin,?"..: ::.;?,,; 10Ladnr & o rnmongers 1 -t Cliii Co iapers '12. 6AE B EdesekeeiperK 13 Rossiiter & C, STAR Office 14 Pearce & arratr butrchers 15 5 Mdderni Com'mercial Hotel 16Na Bro, storekeepekrs 20 R5 :ev P J'r C oy' ePsi; ? ab oln .ytery 21 5..W:,B Rupf -prate'?residenc 3 2. T. McFarlane?coacfibuirderi 23 E Mciidnmara, baker..2 !:24 L.H~ Kel~ljyl undertakierj·~i~~~ 25: Jno L;ardner private resadence 26 Dr Pedru physician' 2S7 "E A Cole aucitmionmrt 28. Mc~arti & Co; aucotioneers 29.R J Kewish, "Sdn" O~ffice 30 1P Johnson a slaughtfer yarids 31: eGowa I~u dntits 133 :;G B h~5Matthewman iiiailor. 34 R Little, solicitora' - 352 Government Labo Colny 36 W: Watsonf, privt residenice 577 HA J Daik eprivate ireidenice i3 B...

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District News. MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 May 1914

District News. * MEENIYAN. ?The A.N.A. met -on Tuesday evening last, when there was a: goobdattend'ance. - Onenew iniem befr:iwas-electedd ? The item on the syllabu+ was'-l Card Evening," which was thorougylo enggyed. N:ext lodgedniight.-b:ini suinmons meeting, -the 'aitem 'is' .". Trial by. -ury" -ahnd 'preparations are now beinglmade to ar"ry??t-"aj 'i ? outit tho:roughly . _. - ?? ?" -' : . A" 'meeting.f ;b f-the ~iReoreation Rese'rve :trustees .: vwa held'- on WednesdayB evenidng last, Cr A. MDoniald: in the ghair ..There were: :present Messrs Hainily, McKitterick, Dyked Oib'Urtes, Far rell ::and ,the: ::'secref?iry.'.¾ (-Mr~ .Adams):. It,.as'ddcide'id to pur-' chase abouIat si-- acre s of ground off Mi? Hanily:iin' orcdr to square up i.he reserve, ,and "tenders are. to be called .immiediately to level a. portionf :of ?itli:e reserve' and sowdowinpaspliurii, -and fenoing will also:: be"Probeeded with 'at once. 'Some time back .the correspond ent .of the local school (Mr N. -R, -...

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Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

:Postal: ilnformation. 'AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTESS. s. d IWithiii Cobi?ionwealth and.: 'ill pldoes i n British BiEm ;pire; per ounce ,.0 1 1Each additional"oz .o : 0 1 `,POST `CARDS.' Within Commoniowealth and !all places in 'British: Em ",ire, single, each 0 1 Reply,;each-half... ...::0 1 T6o ll other places, single .;.. 1 SReply ocais- . ;. 0 3 'NEWSPAPERS,. . Within Commonwe?lth and 'ew . Zealand, :fo'r every. iieWisa-pr, up to 10ozs. 0 Newspapers printed outside' the' Oommonwealth-are subjectto maga zine rates of postage. United Kinigdom-Not -ex. - ceeding 8oz., each -news paper . . .,. 0 1 Each additional 2oz. ..- 03 ".r transmission 'wholly by sea ?per Orient andP.'-aid. O. steamers, 16oz ... O 1. Other places, .not'-exceeding' . ' s4os. ... .. 0 1 :Each addtional2oz. ... BOOKS. Within the Commonwealth,. or books printed in Aus tralia per 8os. or part 0:0 Printed.- outside -Australia, per 40zs., or part thereof : 0 To=New Zealand,'per 4ozs .-0 , 1 To all other place...

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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

MAILS RECEIVED AND }DE PATCHED -FROM LEONGATHA -? " . Closing Hour To Melbourne & Korumburra p.m. All stations to ,Port-Albert .. 0.5 a.m Leongathi? Soutlh- ' Mon. Wed, &:Fri 1145alm. Mirboo North ToesThur Sat: ".11 a.m. Mardani Tues: Thures: Sat.' 11 .m : .'IdKinnon' s R.O.- 0 . :::: ' Tues.,; -Thit.re; Sat.: -11 a.r~i Wheelan's RO- : iTes.; Thurs:, Sat. =`1iaim;. Koorooman East Tues;, Thurs:, Sat. 11?am.i Mardan South: Tus.,a Thurs.; Sat. 2 ,p.m. ,Wooreen 'R;O. Tues;, Thurs., Sat. 11.40 a.m. Francome's a R , 0 i Tuies.Th?-Tls:, Sat: 11?40 a.xm. Hogan's R. 0 STues., Thurs., Sat.: 11.40 a.m. Mount-Eccles Tues.,& Saturday: 12.30 p.m. Hairper'sR;O:-. Tues.;& Saturday 12.30 p.m. Tarwin toi'Tarwin Lowier, ::..id Cashins 16osebag -: Toes Thus Sat; 8t 12'noon Stony `Creek ?to Dollar, "Fid~es a:R.O, 0 Scott's R 1O: & Mirboo Sth: S.-Mon., Wed. &' Fri. 112.30 p.m. Meeniyan 'to :Dii~hbalk, Nerrena East, Woorayl, Dodd's and:Mifb6o Mon., 'Wed., Fr...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Court Of Petty Sessions. LEONGATHA, MAY 5TH. HAVING A CHEAP RIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

gCohurtOfPetty SEess ons s L EONG ATHA MAY; 5TH:. :_ 'Joseph Deane Earne Whileyg Charge of defir dihg the Railway Department. Two .charges : ac Ri chard Hansford istated that ;i hene was chosking tiketsd he saw defendant travelling@ with a second class ticket in a 'first class cor-'arttment In.the secon-d case a ticket bietween Tarwin and A fine of ls8 wasirmrpoled :and 88costs. in each casb:e.:: S80HOOL CASE. -Contabl" :-D EvansE v. James Ramage.-Charge of failure to send .child tioschiolF the reuifiisite number of days. Two charges; second offence. A fine of 10s in each case was imposed. Same v. .T. Moroney-Two charges. Fined 2s in each oase. DEBT CASE.J Rossiter Bros. & Co. v. Geiorge Emery.--Claim for £2; work ahd labor. Order for amount and 15s 6d costs.. .

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Have you tried it? [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

Have you"tried it ? The greatest i-profit-makeri on the farm is not the wheat' crop; evei? thouiighi;every; available acr.,ie he sowrn to' that cereal'; itis not flax; thoug a 20 buslihel orop were to sell for; two dollars a bushel; it? is iot -lucerne, the :king of. grasses; it is not the dairy cow -with -her-esleek- coataind liquid-ýys ; nor is it.the giant tractor, doing the work of tienty horses. 'The greatest moiney-maker on the farm is a.:two cent.-lead pencil worn .down -to an mere stulib:isn the piroedss: f -'calclilitifig :jist where the money went, and what; for,. just'-where 'the: money came in, how .much, and, what: part?: of the income remains!"s profit:. Have you this kind mfo'nevimaker on` your; farm , and is it working every day? A'imother-ledther six chlildren t e apple tree; :It had boriine butl single apple-no lo?ger visible to -ho csiual observer. 'I told you inot todpicla.t] t, girl added, on an i'injuied tn,?; ::Tou can see` votxrself~thtlit it'A dtill on trier...

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May Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

-,.May Fair. . -Yesterday afternoon in the Leon gatlia hall the three days' May Faiir in. afd of the Church :of England building fund, was opened. The hall being engaged for a social the prrevious evening, prevented the stalls being erected as customary the night before the event, but with many willing hands on Thursday morning everything, was in readi iiess for a brisk sale when.the doors were opened to the public shortly after two o'clock .The.members of ,theiLadies' Guild foro a number of week-s paist had pdeparepaedi for,the Fair, and the display on the .various stalls was evidence of the tiinede= votd t?? this'deserving o??bj t. : ait night a number of tableauxi were arranged, and a prize given >for the mostjeffective istaging;," the'.* ballot of tieipublic deciding. the; winner: This (Friday) eveniing-Mrs Jiarly ' Waxworks wiill bepresenied, and a glee, ' Three Maids of Lee,' 'as well as Japanese pictures and-lecturette.` On'rthlefnail evening (Saturday) quartettes will be ...

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When to water Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

When to water Horses: A: horse. should be 'watered bef. a. 'feeding, and never:giivei a large qcna, tity of water after a meal, for: 1l:o simple reason that the water wi:l wasl, the food out' of the. stomacli: before stomach-digestion hasataken place, and' the food will not be well prepaied for :absorption; and, besides, -it,-is some-; times the. cause of 'colic.. : - .. There is a.popular idea that a.warvin 'harse' shouild not" be alloswed to drink, -and, uinlike.'a great ni?y. other podpu 'lar ideas 'there is little truth in .it. If ·you-water a. warm horse. in the or 'dina?ryway,:l?fttibg him. drink .all that he will, you are likely to have :a foundered horse on your hands;:. This is especially. so if, at the time; the hoiirse is fatigued. Neverthelesss it -is always safe to allow him from :six to. ten swalloivs,' nio matt~dr' :w.w'iarmin-ho 'is. If this be'given on going into the stable, and he be allowed to stand and eat hay for-an hour, and- is then iffei ed *vater,'he'.i ill'...

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District News. TARWIN LOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

District News.: , TARWIN LOWER 'At a joint meeting of the Tar win;Lower.commhittee and Federal committee of the Koonwarra-Mis sion - of the Presbyteiian-Chiirch, held?? oh S-aturday . slast, M 'Fletche..in the chair,:there.: was a full:attenida cie. 'It was decided 'o build a inanse at Tarwin Lower; A-A sulibcommrhittee repre seniting the district sias appointed to collect subscriptions ada carry out' the necessary: =preliminary work:- It has:been suggested that £400 he spentt upon fthe ,building. At the meeting upwards of £80 was promised.. The places repre sented; on :the. .Koonwarra Mis sion are Koonwarra, .ILeongatha South, Pound Creek andi Lower Tarwin. o:The sub=commiittee ap poilnted was Mrs : AM. Black, Messrs Vale and: Secomb, and Mr; K. McDonald to rerepesent Kootnl warra and Leongatha South. Thie secretary `of the Tarwini Lower 'committee ?is?'Mr A :Blain -to whom donationiis may be sent:

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Lucerne after Mangels [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

:Lucerne-? after F_ Mang&s Fiiarmers iiwhbse iiniigels lihae- .ieii grown on land suitable:to.lucefrle,antid who have by inter-cnltivation kepti.the land olean, will find that after:the bulk 'of' the inangels are removed, if pigs are turned in to consume.the remain -der,. that suich a system is 'an excellent tone for the preparation of the lanid for lucerne growing in spring, ..prorided that.lime' maiiures and.suitable cultiva tion are brought to bear 'upoi the pise "paration of the :seed :bed. :Experienbe has shown the benefit-of early- ploindh ing by exposing the soil to the iiflio ence of air, moisture, . sunlight aiin frost, for a short time before the lind is finally prepared for the, seed bed. Not only by doing this is- a large amount of food stored up in the soil in an available time, but the soil becomes weathe·ed 'aind pulverised for a con. siderable. distance below the surface enabling plhnts 'to feed over a large area; and by. giving the tilled land time to settle...

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Good and Bad Pasture. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

Good aridc Bad Pasture. In any tretchi of: country one peas titre establishes a 'aoptitation as good fattening land,' while; another isrknowi as only fit to carry store ?st6ck 'oi lambing ewes. The reason for those differences is :often hard to trace. In the Romsey district' of Englaid there occur fields of .permanent pasture ca Nable of fattening six or eiglht sliep to the acre, while immediately; adjoining may be found others of apparently the same character, which will -only-ekoep sheep in. growmng condition: Inii tle "Jour: Agric. Soi.", June; 1912;=Mr. A. D. Hall,. and Dr Russell; of =Roth amsted; describe some investigatitiis oni this subject. ?ihey compared a -good with an -adjoining bad-feeding ~igpstire at three stations. At each place both pastures were situated in flat silt land; and-appeared to have been formed in the' same way. There was no regular difference in ,the .water :content =f' the gdod and habjd soils, and tempeirature differences were, small . The ordinaryj c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

- STONYGREEK, [AS abeen appoidted Agent foi the LIVERPOOL, LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANOE-CO. F~ire yand Accident Policies issued Mitchell's Machinery Agent for TURNER-BROS. CYCLES. iHorses & Buggies for Hira Caipenter and Builder. .ThESIRES to announce that he iainow L -resident in Leongatha," and h-opes to merit a fair share of public support. A- Conmpetent Painter and Paper hanger employed. All Contracts entered into, and com pleted in a WorkmanshipManner. Papers kept in Stock ; Latest:Designs. NEXT, W HBEIWETT, SADDLER. Pioneer Saddlery: W FIELD ]Desires to announce V. that he. has lurchased the SADDLERY BUSINESS carried on by 'Ma G. A. SAYERS, during the past 14 years, and b,opes for a continuance of the liberal support accorded to his predacessor. The proprieta.r 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. All Saddlery requisites: kept in stock Rep airy a Speoialty. Horsehair 'Tought is "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

~M'..Cartin & Co Leongatha. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, "Stock, Station; Land & 'Financial Agents. CATTLE SALES, 1914. Leongatha. Kormb' ra April. 24i16 30 'x 24. May ..14. i28r- . 8 22 June ., 11 25 . 49 ;July `. 9. 23 3 °17 31 August ..;6' 20 .. 14 28 September ... 3' ,17 ?...11 25 ;,October 1 ":.;- ;':215'29' ?9 23; SNovember'.- 12 .226:: 6 , 20-? .-:: December? .-10r 24;;. 4 18 Denotes First Sale. Agents for Sun ,?ire Office; Colonial Mutual Life; NationalTrustees, Execu tars and Agency Co. Head office, Leongatha,. Branchoffice Korumburra. Loans Negotiated Phone 28, Leongatha; OUR NEXT SALE [ON THURSDAY, 14TH MAY.:: Grass Seed. -?1 EW SEED just landing from;New , . Zealand. Orders'. taken for, any ..quantities at. wholesalel rates..- Terms given with lots over £10, Price lists and 'samples tobe seen at our office. - S'?: : . :McCARTIN-& CO. SMathieson & aiavis; SiStock and Station Agents, Sheep. and Cattle Salesmen. 6 ST. -:JAMES BUILDINGS; 127-15 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

F iRE-! FIRE! CRAIG'S NEWS "-AGENCY UZPORARY PREMISES I1 - wo Doors From Old Corner, "EW Stock Stationery, Con - fectionery and School Books . o hand, 'together -with our usual supply o-f:N Nwpapers andd Maga - .Tickets for:Eight Hours' and . Druids: ArtUnions. • Do You Want -GoodiValue For Your Money? ' PRICES RIGHT. IF SO, CALL ON " T.: H. COCHRAN, .,ars with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) ,E . . H. SIMON, PLUMBER and :TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, ,?U1Lt hetFrollowing iLines :--TANKS, TROUGHS, and :BATHS, and all .Iron - 1. ' Work --in.- connection .with Houses and Farms. Windmills supplied. and 'ere~tid. 'Dairy Utensils manufactured:on the premises.. Cycles new and second ?-?had),t Caihor Term.. Sundries kept in stock; good assortment. Repairs bf al. d.esription. :promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and Other Metals) done leowing ?Machines:repaired. -Satisfaction guaranteed. .HOT. and-COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERATING, and S BEWARAGE CONNEC...

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Orange Blossoms. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

.Orange Blossoms. AtLeongaha on,. ApriL llth' the ~iedding as: celebriated of iss- M ary. Andeson, iy daughter of Mr aii .E?M.rs E; Andersod, 6of M6ountEccles;[and Harold DaviesiGilseDad'iecond son 'of: "Mr ianidiMrs Gilsenan, of Eltham Thbe'Methodis't church was decorated for- the ocasiori, the ReviW. Se`amer, being the officiating ýclergy.man.' the b-ride e"nftered ?:the cu'ho~ ~n~h'?i the :arnmi-f he father, attended by! her maids,: shae ..was greeted dby the wedding,1 yi mn isung by Miss Amy ERiseley; Miss, Charlotte McDonfialdpresiding:at tEe organ The bridewho .was given away by: horfather, ore- eautigl bridal drss-of -white mervesilk with over "dressof1ace and pearl frin ming, finiBhed with cr trai lined with 'pale pink, giving a beautiful' effect, the .usutal wreath, veil and shower. bouquet comin pleting?e beautiful and (effective rioai . gown;?.:er .attending bridesmaids -Miss Grace Aspenall and Miss'Ruth Gilsen an, siister of the ibridegroom, wore :-pr6t and beconmingisof...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

A public meeting- of- residents of Nerrenia East will be" held at the:: Mackey ^State' 8 cholh . on Saturday (to-morrow) evening at' 8"15, for the purpose of discussing thei adviability of .erecting a public 'hall. in that jart :of; the district-:- . All' :-intetersted. -are specially requested to atiteind . `. A :very .pleasant :social, iiuder the auspices of -the Leongatha Caledonian Society, was'"leld in the: Mebhanics' Hall on Wednes day eyvening last, and was largely attended, close .upon ; 200. :beihg present. At former socials mem bers .were :allowed. to .;invit6e a friend,l but ;inthis instance it was confined to miembers. only. and ladies of the' hoiisehold,;for it was consiJeredthiat the society is now. strong.enoughteto keep within 'its own ranks. The -programme was formally opened by the -Chief, Mr, Wm. Watson, wh. gave those pres?entan idea of the finances of theisociety, and extended a hearty welcome .lto all. :.Mr Lal Logie, one of the city's best huaorists, was. enga...

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SCRIPTURE STUDIES. GODS GIFTS [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

SGRIPT-TIERE ýSTDIEfIS. :-: BY PASTOR' RUSSELL. ' ost, "Every' good and -every perfect gift lis from ."above; .?nd' coirneth ddwn from the Father of lig'hts, in wiiom is no rardableness nor. shadow of turning" (James i. 17) 'I`e said: Ohiisitnas is a'delightffill season' inimany respects. : Ami'tin?fthe claim that: itis theo. date o'.f. the Anniiunciation, and that our Lord's birth 'iis nine 'iodn'tlis later oin Octbber-saevertheless-it is a delightful tus tom that draws the attention of the whole world to the birth at Bethlehem, and me: mdorialise God's great Gift on our behalf., We 'rejoice in it, even though the -Highei: Critics have wrought such destruction 'ol faith'in.Ciiristendom that to niany the day and the 'events cdommnemnrated 'hatie b-lst their'meaning. The cuetom of gis ig little` tokens of 're meinbranice aiidi estee-i'is 'a-blessiig inl tli world. To the extent that we enter into it . heartily, we are exercising a godlike. qual ity; for Gbd'is the?great exiver, frohi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

THE UP-TO-DATE BOOT MANi -" ? ' - "..E.-W7ildBINBON-. ,----J . The Bargain Centre of Leongaths ':, Ladies'7Gennlemen' 1 &9 hildren's Boots'an; Shoes. - -" ' -And atiPrices Lower than Else W Aidt P-rices Lower than Else ^,:^'?'? '.... .* " _where. -.. <, We understarid our Business, .' iand. know when we. are'- giving : good Value. Come and inspect : the Stock whichis 'New and U.p tb-date, all the Latest Desigue, and bought fron- the Leading ""?- Manutiacturers. We guarantee you w every; satisfaction, at' the Not-c! -. argain Centre.- E;W. ROBsuo,, Bair street Leongatha. ·~~p;~.'';: C~~:7 -(i()~_L:Ii J H.LVIN &t Co, Leongatha. Drapesrs Boot and' Shoe. Merchants.I C J.H.COVI & Co;, Leongatha.:N!i rýJiuat Arrived:' Our WINTER Shipment of -Hugh Thomson's Solid Kip Watertight Boots ; ItHalf-Watertigtt Balmoral Boot. SHugh Thomson's Women's Cromvena Balmoral Boots, Men's Cromvena Lace=up°Boots, Children's Cromvena Bals. and.Wallaby-ButtonBoi?ts. - rr a-....

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