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Stony Creek Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

Stony Creek Sports. resident Mr T. J L 'Boa Vice-Pre. 'sidents,':Messrs J.G;'Outhwaite, and Bryan Brady.- Stewards --': Messrs Sleswick, .Outhwaite, T; Charlton, T. - Boag, McHutchinson and J..Chlilton. Judges ---Messrs Inglis T barlton, B Brady, J. Charlton Starter, Mr W Helms: Assistant starter, .Mr B. C.- ,Stanley. Pony Measu-rer-i and Handicapper Mr W, I Farrell od-. ChopJudge, Mr H.. Dixon. H o i S fc reta r y, M rF eli x iBe f weater favored the promoters -of the sp rts held at Stony ? reek on Wedniesda-ad a. A liberal and varied programme had -:beendarranged, and -it- was only natural thiat the pbLic would recognise ti:e effdrts t'ef?om - mittee by attefiding vwell. .The publi-c reserve lends itself admir ably to thecodtiuct of athletic and horse events; and b1y, the inclusion of both on the list all tastes were catered for. The running cojitests were disposed of jfirst, wenthe ropes were reioved for the'.pony and horsb e'vents, for whiich a liberal entry was received. 8As .o...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

A.mengs singles- was played on he local Minkson ,Wednesday Lnd resulted:an a 'win.fgr F, SPribliridk The s coreswere itas Gross Hp- N.et i. VL. Purbrick -61~5 46 A .E:Edney. i'°.;.- 6417;5 . :49 Dr: Howden 62 10, 52 R:`i: C, .Shaw . 70 > 18- 52 ' E. Lobb 69 15 45??45 .5 W, P. Liirdner l ::63 66 57 - F. Atchiison 8 .:24. 61 A.? Mesley.: 96 :24 72

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. Next Date, Thurs., May 21. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

ARE TRAIN - FOSER TLEONGATHA: = ur'=Next 'Date: .Thurs., May'. 2I1, -p~ A.M. s Foster:(dep) .. 9: Hoddle Range ; . 9.19 - ;Boys 93 SnyC Creek ' Meeniyan .. 9. Tarwin . 10. Koonwarra ... 10.8 SLeongathaii (arr)i. :10.30

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

SMOKE DRIFT.:?,. :, .Ihi'New York demonstiations ` .gainst J D Rockefeller continue: - On Tuesday last 250 cases were hospital. =-. Allnvailable accommoditioi ii ' f.LieZ=xiiw Melbourner :Hospital is A good. Germain would. Soner invent a new sausage than any thing else. The meat seiit 6utdof the .works at Brisbane carries the brand of A1rmour'& Co. Woods iGreat Pepperiint Cure, S: ForCoughs and Colds, never fails, is 6d £750,000 are to hbe expeided ini Englandin developing a natiional nursing service. T:; rThe Beef Trust is~ibuying ?up every available beast in Queens landtandN.8W . Miss Pan khurst's public address 'wasi favorably criticised in the lMelbourne .Press.. ::: .-Leases of forest reserves in thb = State 'returnt the Department £8000 perannum . Tile B ef Trust" works at Bris - b`ne will have a daily capacity of <.;.-1000 head of Aattle: :=-Ten entertainments, incuiding r "o-pe vi ie'a hldere ie n - ' £SO0Oliey had darned... .* -. '.' --: Iast. year Japane...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Traders' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

=Traders' Association ' ýeongatba Traders' Association was heldon; Tuesday' eveni; a? ng-when here .ere ?aiipresent ib:-MessrsS 1ogg (in the chiair) J .Renwicki l W Rtobinson, 3: H. Colvin ,W Walker R ; iýJ Kewish, E dney, J M M olloy, P. John Son, G Matthew nd J T Lardner .': The minutesd o the last annual rmeeting were read and:i confirmed on the motionio f Messrs' Molloy and Edney. :.Thereport of :the :ofbusiness transacted ::fduring: the .'.epast 12m onthsi ? was given by the presi ;ent, and' the -balancer.sheet fori the year was read :b the secre tary, whichret was received and adopted on thlieKiniotion of Messrs Wialer: and Colvin : . :Accounits aiountin to £14i 16s 6d _ were? assed: for paymen t.$d.'` The following =office-bearers were. elected for the ensuiing year: President, Mr W. E. Robinson; ;vice-president,; Mr P: Johnison treasu?rer Mi·: A.: E Edneyg; secretary, br Mr J. :.' Lardner. auditor, Mr H. I . Ro siter. COaminittee Mssrs J. H. Colvirn E; McNamara ;H :Neal, G ?...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Quips and Quiddites of the Man in the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

duips and Quiddites of the Man in the Street. -1 (BY PODARGUS.) Victorian Farmers " mig t," with advantage, paste ;"the- fol lowing bit-ofinformationr on their mirrors, so itat when, shaving themselves for the piurpiose :'of going in n.t arrange fori more overdraft,? .or to attend= a political meeting (which is tthe. primary cause ofthe overdiraft), they miay find food'for reflection; and `per ichance thie truth hw.ill da wfn upon . them I:wondereif it is ..hlikely to. Of theli 34 LegislativehCoun cillors of Victoria sixteen are returned solely: b Victorian farAmers. retonly onei? of :'these is:.a "? fifmer ' i; ? rthei ,rest;? are mierely:.,. parasites;,". :to;i i use -.the fanimer'sowih: term:t Th Legis lativie Ass mbil .has 65 :6embers, 32 of these represent (? -fari ers. Yet noiit one of them; noIt even John' Milurray ;-could tell the difference between a plough share and a coulter; or the respective uses.. thereof. Perhaps; some "-centralisedi~teditor - "can =ay: whethiert?hese...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

pam nThereo pwillayber. several chaongtes in the Leongatha dtea as ithe election' ommittee are desirous ofe giving some new players a trial so, aith they will be able to judge the terits of the large number of players who aie eager to strip -'Tack Cochran i ill don the colors to-morrow, and he will haterially strengthen the ruck, which was very weak in their opening game. The two Drowleys will be playing, as also will Fred. Griggs,. and they should increase .the team's strength. Posner and Tuck, two new men, will also be given a trial, so that the combination will be a strong one. The- following are the players that have been chosen::-Matthews, O'Carroll, R. Little, Elliott, Allen, Shallberg, J. Cochran i Bieeson J: Ford Tuck, Robinson Drowley (2), Griggs, Posner, PetersenMcKean, Wells., Emiergencies Hood , "Wilson, and MGiCullooh

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

SPORT AND PASTIME ':Races willbe heldiatli Mfoonee Valley 0to-morrow, -'and: the fol lowing should.run iwell in their .respective races i"Hirdle Race Bonniie George. .and Portlock. Two-year-old - Handicap. .-Kil spendi -and Guii Girl, :Higli weight Handicap-Georgette and Maple :: Leaf. Common wealth Steeplechase--Booligal-:and: The Guide. s Valley Handicap- Rose view and Yandilla King.. Keilor Handicap Field^ General and Ootacanmund.: The Goodwood Handicap will be i'run at_ South Australia` to morrow. Several Victorian horses are' engaged,"and the' best oftlhem should be handy at the finish. The winner' lookS b coming fro iiKosai; Tadainga; Quair Burn, Third Best, Orvieto and First Shot ;and?-the placings may be Third Best? .. .2 .1 Tadanga . ..:. 2 Kosai . The Adelaide Cup w;ill be'run on \iMonhday, in which several good:~ performers are engaged. The .:winner. looks! like comiing from nEltham, Mountain Princess, Bridge,Ham'6iiurg: Belle Wssaiil and Calamus; anda the placings mnay b...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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TOORA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

TOORA. At a meeting of the Progress As- sociation held on Tuesday, Mr James Allan chairman, a letter from the Woodside Progress Association was received urging that a meeting of the South Gippsland Progressive League, a body which includes membes- ship from Warragul and all the principal towns along the great Southern railway, should be con- vened for an early date at Toora.   The business that Woodside wished to place before the league was the question of the proposed Alberton to Sale railway. Mr McLachlan, M.L.A., had written stating the Railways Standing Committee would visit the dis- trict at the end of May to take evidence as to the line, when the committee might be induced to visit such centres as Welshpool, Toora and Foster, and take evidence. Failing this, delegates from these centres might meet the committee at Alberton, where a hearing assured them. Should the line be get, it meant the con- nection shortly of South Gipps- land with Sydney by rail. On the motio...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 8 May 1914

FosTER : Foster may- some day startle the States' with some` bi??big old. fid;, similar .to: Turton'.s Creeki thie early, days;.: :This= belief, is held liby. certain of thlie milining: fraternriin iithe: old township, wvho d:elve in all'directionis foi?the precious metal ,.They ,pursue: with eagerness the :phantoms: of hope. " Color ' hasled: them to have designs .0onthe agricultural societyi show grounld: Some little friction has been created ii, tie- township,becauseo tbe societi's committee by majority ?agreed to allw.. their 'poperty to e .t minied At last mieeting,- however, -.the co`immittee "relented, andi bj five, votes td four rescinded .the?motion previously carried.-°: There are plenty of: other places where ":olor :.canibfe found`; in and around Fositer, witt;hout. spoiling; the. :agricultural ?.isociety's pro perty: .Somehow. Foster.'s luck seems to be out' TheiNew °Zea land;Hill sluicbing ohincern.r h'as' nibt turned iup the '"trumnps " ex pecteibi and niothing touche...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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MANURING GRASS LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 May 1914

iMAKUIINl lG GiASS LAND94.' Scropfof 1 toefs of meadow hay per acre contains on the average 491b nitro gen, Glib. potash, and i2l1b phosphoric acid. The question of appropriate manuring of grass lands is complicated by the questions-as to whethels it is intended for- perntanent pasture, or -to be cut for hay; and whether grass and clover is to predominate. Lt may-be tated, generally. that the proportion for. clover is increased by the application:of manures containing potash and phos phoric acid, and diminished by the ap-. plication of nitrogenous manuros. Too' heavy manuring of any kind, espeobally nitrogenous, tends, to the growth of coarse grass. Manures oontainaog lime such as plaster, also promote lie growth of clovers. For grass the'best :esults were obtained by.. Laws and- Gil; bert in England by the application of: mineral -(superphosphate and kainit); together with .sulphate %f ammonia. Heavy grass crops were obtained; to the almost total exclusion of clover. : To promote t...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 May 1914

NJ. ;T'OBIN, TONY GCREEI 5,;AS been appointed Agent for Sthe - v LIVERPOOL, LONDON -AND 'ILOBE INSRAINNOCE 00 . ire and Accident -Policies issuied Mitchell's Machinery ` Agent for 'ITURNER BROS. CYCLES; H orses &t Buggies rforHire' A COLD IN THE HEAD. W- de.often :hearx.of a cold. "goin trouglh the liouse," and many' peoph are content to take no steps to checd its progress. ,They see 'one victim at ter another suc6cumb to tihe infection. and calmly await their own turn. At ordinary cold in the head is an infeo tious fever just as diptheria is, though: fortunately much less severe, and as a rule unattended ly any complications. Its cause is .not, as was formerly'sup posed, exposure to fresh air, or rain, or fog, for .workers in mountain observa Stories are often exposed to such-condi tions without any ill effects. The en emy is reallya microbe, or rather 1adi ous miorobes, for while-diphtheria, for example, is: always caused by on6~ spe cial-germ, a-cold may be brought about ...

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ROTATION FOR GRASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 May 1914

ROTATION' FOR GRaiiftt TSe time for which 'la?d is to remain' - in grass is frequently fixed for thefars mer by his grass giving out altogether, ...and-nothing blit worthless grasses or. weeds remaining in the ground. Under such-circumstances there- is no objeoo ::. in leaving the field down for a stated time, and the sooner it is taken up and occupied by more profitable vegetation the better. If this upsets the rotation, the land might be sown for the year in. -C rae,' followed in -February or March by :Italian ryegrass, with cowgrass and white!clover.. A good seeding of that mi~xtre would be so far advanoed be fore' :winter that it would: have tot be fedddown to prevent lodging and rdt .tine, <and it would provide excellent food at that time for' a large number of young cattle. It would- grow all -winter, and could afterwards be used forcarrying a limited number of' ewes for-a, time. They could' be taken off in tiino to allow the. Itlian to provide graiiig .early in, th...

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MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 May 1914

MARKET TRAIN *FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. Next Date, Thuirs., May 21, .Up 'A.M. Foster (dep.) 9 Hoddle Range . 9.19 ,Fish Creek ... 9:26 Boys ' . 34, Buffalo -... 9.40 Stony Creek .. 9.49 Meeniyan -.. 9.54 Tarwin ... 10 Koonwarra 10.8 Leongatha (arr.)'...; 10.30

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CANADA'S WHEAT CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 May 1914

CANADA' 8WHEAT CROP Os anada this year has a record wheliat orop," says the London Daily: Tele graph..li '`Competent authorities esti mnate the heat yield of the three pras i provinces at 200,000,000 bushels. Mr . Id Rogers; Minister for Public Works, :~io. has juirst completed a tour of the Dominioji, asserts that: the crop, ... as regards bothli qduantitiy and 'quality, Iwill. be .the :best ever harvested, .This ':: is 'donfiiimed in -a 'statement issued by the Minister -for-, the Injterior, to' the: effect that-the crop in Manitoba-,where S--?Lthieshed, ha;s edoeeded bby two or three -: -_ibushels-- per acre; the 'most' generous etmsirntes, and all the wheat threshed o:?:, £a is of:No.1 grade . At' the , annmal:meeting .of thie Grain Exchiange r - in inipeg,;Mr. Andrew BKelly, the presideit; estimated, that. tlie: farmers . woiuld" net sometliir: like8 31,000(,0Q :The nown crop'has silenced the pessims ists, and:is gi ing the ,country? nea w ush foiw "" '` ~Little JohniniiHornei ...

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THE UNINTERESTED WELL-TO-DO. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 May 1914

. .THE .UNINTERESTED i . WELL-TO-DO. One does not think of the English working classes as; knowing .more than the ivell-to-do people abo'ut life in .the :olonies, but according'to the London correspondent of the Sydney "Daily Telegraph," this is'so, and .the cause is the extensive advertising campaign undertaken by the Dominions to attract immigrants. The writer, has been present at scores" of lectures on.Aus tralia in the provinces', and the audi ence has always been. made-up of.work ers with- an:occasional- farmer or small tradesnian. .The plain truth is that those who have a living wage are well satisfied to remain in England, and, in ignorance of the Empire abroad. Some day when the Commonwealth Govern meat votes as much money for the ad vertisement of the wares of a continent as the maker of a popular pill spends in singing the praises 'of his pills, we may' carry the name- of Australia.. into the richer homes in England. ' But at present; interest in us, and in our land is con...

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Church of England May Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 May 1914

Church of England May Fair. The three days' Fair in aid of he Church of. England building und terminated in the Leongatha Eall on Saturday evening, the receipts amounting to' £108. - On he Thursday evening some very ;retty tableaux. were staged, :and he' prize for the :most effective went to Miss Prideaux's Harvest Scene. Mrs Jarley's Waxworks was the attraction on -Friday :vening, when MrR. J. V. Foote was the master of ceremonies as Mrs Jarley, and expatiated upon thie achievements performed :by his m'odels when in the land of the- living. The prize went to Messrs-'Hardwick and Cook, who impersonated t: bride and bride groom. During each evening of the Fair the Rev. H.. J. Harvey gave very interesting .lecturettes, with lantern views, upon his travels in Japan, which were very instructive, :and much enjoyed by the large number that attended. The final evening (Saturday). was levoted* to the singing of cjuar tettes, when there were four com petitors for the prize offered, and' the ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Co-Operative Insurance. GIPPSLAND & NORTHERN SELLING CO. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 May 1914

pireseint at lasti mneetiig: o'f the Foste? Co -operative Butter Co., : and referred to the.opening ofan : insaraice branch uHe saidthat there was another -directioni in surance. '.Some time ago they i-nsuraince. comnanies. but after :ins'brrance' comiahle's. :_:but aafterý lookingz deeper into the matter they have come to the conclusion that the business is a profitable one, and that it can :be carried on in .connectioni with the other - business of :he company, to -? very great advautage. They 'think that the time is ripe :for;the farmers and butter fac tories to do .this class of business, ':'for themseives'. During their. : recent visit to New Zealand yodtiu chairman of directors and man ager inquiredl into the workings of the Farmers' Co-operative -In surance Association: of New.Zea land Ltd. This: is a company Shat ,wa established Ij;: the f`fa"iirs in?:the 'province ::of Can teirbiury 22r ears aago. From its inception it ihas been a-prosperous uildertaking.- It started busine...

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Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 May 1914

S; Postal Information.: - AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. ': - LETTERS;. Within Cmmaonwealth and- : :all plaoes in British Em-: '. <p -lre, per ~jounoe :;:.:.: 0 1 -. ach additional 4oz,;-,. ... 0 -:1 POsT CARDn.. Within Commonwealth -and : all places iin British E - pire, singie, eao ... 0 1 : Reply, each half ... 0 -;. 0 1 To all other places, single.;: 1 -: Ieply ?ards 0.". ;:-.. 6 3 NEWSPAPERS. Within Commonwealth and -New Zealafnin'i, for e.very : newspaper-,up to l0oss. 0. Newspapers printed outside the SCommonwealth are subject to maga zine rates of postage. United - Kingdom Not ex. : oeeding 80oz. each news paper ... 1 Each additional oe; 0 F6 rtransmission wholly by sea per Orient and P. and O. steamers, 16oz- .... 0 1 Other places, riot exceeding - 4ozs ... .. O 1 '-Each additional ioz .. 0o - - BOOKS Within the "Co mmonwealth, :.r books :printed in Aus- . - tralia, per Sozseor -part. 0 Printed outside Australia, ' -'per 4ozs., or. part thereof 0 To New. Zealand; ...

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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 May 1914

Thei numbere of Germins resid ing in Paris totals:100 000.t f Subscriptions .,to the ::Bendigo disaster relief fund now total £1600. : The Rand deported Luabor leadl ers aie about r tou returnf to South nfrica. Sporadic cases of smallpox con 7 tinue to mainifest theminselves; ini Sydney .In three years Victoria has attracted only 281 settlers from ?merica . :I Of -t1000 -watches consigned to Melbourne peTr the s.s. Afric 140 are minissing.. Ship-masters declare that the pilfering: of cargo takes place on the railway:. Cargo pillaging is one of the greatest existing evils of the shipping trade The bane of the butter ind'ustry is the return of good plrices for inferior butter. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Coldes, never fails, is 6d. ;A hog cholera epidemic in the United States killed £'12,000,000 worth of swine. It is proposed to erect an Aus tralian " lut:" at Bisley for 'col onial-marksmen. Daylesford; is, making ::great efforts to, renew the glory zof its mineral sp...

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