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MEENIYAN v. DUMBALK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 May 1914

MEENIYAN/ v DUMBALK .The largest . o wd that has ath t en~idedi ? football - match in thea above district for a- very .long time-. assemblqd :onýi Saturday last to .see the match betweenr Meeniyanand Dunmbalk. As was anticipated: thel latter -proved f victoriobussivith- 5 goals 9 behinds to: 3.goals `-:4be. hinds. . A meeting of the MeeniyanDis trict Football Association was held. at the end of last week, the presi dent, Mr G. W. How, in the chair. The protest by the Meeniyan Club against Stony Creek, in connection with the match played on the 2nd inst., for playing Walton, was:.up held, and .the match awaided to" Meeniyan. Buchingham was given f a permit from Meeniyan to Dum-. balk.'

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 May 1914

Mall Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DES. PATCHED FROM LEONGATHA To Melbourne & Korumburra 7 a.m & 8.45.p?i. All stations to Port Albert 10.45 a.m. Leongatha South ' Mon.: Wed., & Fri: 11=45 a.m: . Mirboo North. Tues. Thurs.,rSat. :-;11 a.m. Maidan Tu:: es-.,Thurs., Sat.: 11 :?? .m. McKinnon's R.O. Ti: ues., Thurs.? Sat ::ii4011 a.m :Tues. Thurs:, Sat. 11 40.m. ?, ?Koorooman -East : -ues' ThursSat., 11 a.m. Mardan South Tuies. Thurs., Sat. : 2 p.m. Wooieen R.O. Tues., Thurs., Sat. -1.40 a.m. Francome's RO?. -. ::':: Tues., Thurs. Sat. 11.40 a.m. Hogan's R.0 0 Tues., Thurs., Sat. 11.40 a.m. Mount Eccles:-= Tues W& Saturday 12.30p.m. Harper's RO. iTue's & Saturday 12.30 p.m. Tarwin to Tarwin Lower, and Cashin's loose bag .Tues.; Thurs., Sat. -12 -noon iStony. oCreek l to Dolar, Fidge's R.0., Scott's' R.O. & Mirboo 5th. Mon., Wed. & Fri 12.30 p.m. Meeniyan to Dumbalk, Nerrena East, Woorayl, Dodd's and Mirboo- . Mon., Wed, Fri. 1 p.m. ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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MARKETS. GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 May 1914

MARKETS. GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S' REPORT. - _:Butter-Choicest is 1%d to :ls 2d, fir'st grade :s to ls1ld, seconds 10d to 0Id, off lots 9%d, separa tors 9,d. to 10d, dairies 7./d. to 8d. Cheese--Prime :new loaf- at 7%d. to :8d, nmediumit sizes 7%d, semi-matured 7'd to:8d, m'atured 8d to =:8%d.' Eggs from sis 55d to' is .9d,: preserved eggs at :is ld. Bacon-Prime light:- sides :lOd; medium :.?weights. 9%d, heavies 8%d, middles :10%d to 11d, h'ains is to ls1 d; side hams ' 10d tolld. Wheat -'This is firm; at 3s 9%d to 3s l0d-for:' f.alq.,:medium 3s: 6d to 3s 7d -'Oats -Milling i's i0%/d, best feed is .9%d, .medium lis I7d' to6 "s:8d. Maize=The;price :is now 3s 9d. 'Chaff-Prime oaten t 35 s to £3 7s 6d; medium aindin9_ ferior lower Potatoes_:- Prime; Carmans are offering at £4.5s to £4 iOs 'ohoice :T.rafalgars: £5 Onhions from £6: 5s to £6.10s.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 May 1914

,SPORT AND* PASTIME. THIE TURF: Raceswill be held at: Sandowii Park to=morirw," wheii, thi"f .1 lowing look-?well in in/their re spective iraces :-Hurdle:. Race AdmirallGrarid and :Ettie. Kirk.: Sandowin Park-Handicap-~-Rose viewi anid Yandilla King. Third Divisioa Handicap-TUnion fArms' and G(un. Girl... Jumpers' Flat Race-Sylvanmore -and Belfast. First Division .Handicap-=Thi Beggar Maid'and Miss Fo'otliolt. Second.Division ,Handicap-Alor: Star and Queenie Knight. The Goodwood :anidicap was run at Adelaide on Saturday, and resulted in -a victory fore the well backed Kosai, who defeated Tadanga by a headi; Bob:.Soult was a head away third. _. That ,good .' mare M- ountain. Princess won the Elder Stakes at Adelaide on Saturday, for which she- started at a short price. Was sail ..was second, and Sanskrit third The fashionable jockey (W. H. MoLachlan) struck .trouble at Randwick on Saturday, when -he was suspended for three months for alleged interference with Malchester in the: Flyin...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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NOT HIS CUE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 May 1914

N-OTEISOB. ' The two ladies' had been to the opera at a local theatre, -and; going home in the train they discussed- the" evening's: aimusement. . . "I think 'Lohhngrin' is just splenu" didl"' murmured the lady in the large hat, as she handed the conductor". a penny for her fare. "Do you?" asked her friend in the ninrplo velvet, with a superior smole.. '"I think it's-not bad; but -I just love The conductor blushed all over his plain features. "Sorry; miss," he murmured apolo getically "I'm .married. You might try the driver, though; --he's' asingle manl"y - Don't keep . three -cows to' produce 12,000 'pounids of milk, when two-mettte cows will do it :with' the same amount, of.feed.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 May 1914

MELBOURNE PIG MARKET Adamsn, Strettle,& C?:.report 1550 yarded. Stores.--Best bacon stores :39s to 45s, seconds 29s -to. 33s, slips: 24s to 27s; suckers 8s to 14s.' Porkers.-Prime heavy~ 44s to 47., , odd, pens. to 51s, priunme light- 37s6.-; to -41s. Baconers. few extra choice making up to £4 4s, prime medium:i: ;62s to68s; primie lightli tfrom 58is, half-fat and inferior from : 50s. Backfatters Prime iheavy sows £6 to £7, extra to £7 12s 6d prime aiid 'weighty sorts £4 10s to £5 5s, rough from 55si:

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

.:!' otes for women I votes for:women l'2 Screamed the angry suffragette; .? otes for women I votes for women; -We shall get our own way yet." As ;the lady s paroxysms Made her hoarse-up spoke McGruer;: " Gt your speaking voice in order-" Vote for Woods' Great Peppermint Oure!" . Professor Lowell says he has :spectroscopic proof that the planet Mars has one-third the quantity ?of water the earth has.:. In Victoria £5,309,273 is spent ,' i annually on liquor. . ; J. H. COLVIN & Co., Leongatha. Draper.i Boot and Shoe Merchants. J. H COLVIN & Co., Leongatha. Just Arrived: Our WINTER Shipment of Hugh Thomson's Solid Kip Watertight Boots ; Half-Watertight Balmoral Boots. i ungh Thomson's Women's Cromvena Balmoral Boots, Men's Cromyena Lace=up Boots, Children's Cromvena Bals. and Wallaby Button Boots S AT 'KEEN PRIOES FOR CASH. ·:-'- ·· ·. .r THE UP-TO-DATE BOOT MAN S E W. ROBINSON. The Bargain Centre of Leongatha For I Ladies', Gentlemen's & Children's Boots an Sh...

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NECESSITY OF GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 May 1914

NECESSITY OF GRIT: Ohe of thd secrets of successful poaul try-keepiing is to feed:tlie birds so thiat they obtain all the ziourishment possible from their fdod, and thi?' is accomplishtt -ed.-by giving them ample supply of g-' ; which is really hard and sharp andd ,crushed, (or broken ) flint or quartz answers both requirements more sastis factorily than any other material, sait lasts longer-: and does; its' work- m:* re thoroughlyi than any other'- .:: ` A supply-of gri'shiould be'kret iuin. tirough'in the run for the.birds' to help. themselves to,: and once a iweek a ten spoonful for esch bird can be added to the soft food. ?This usually prevents the possibility of internal stoppage,:but any slight derangement in this direotion should be treated by giving each .henra teaspoonful of warmed castor oil 'ti6 -hours afterwards, and the male birds should have' rather'-niore than these quantities. The bottle containing the oil should be placed in~ a basin: of hot water after removing-the...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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FOOTBALL. LEONGATHA v. POOWONG. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 May 1914

FOOTBALL. LEONGATHA v: POOWONG. The Leongatha team journeyed to`,Poowong on Saturday to en gage the local. eighteen. The weather was all :that could be de sired..for the. Ipastime, . but the same.:cannot: .be '-said of the grou'nd-1, :which. was in a very rough state, owing .to.the length of:bhe grass and the large number of tussocks, and these, greatly hampeted the, players, and were the means .f spoiling a display of good" football. 'Prior to play starting W. Matthews was elected captain of the Leongatha team, and i..Little vice-captain. When both teams' had stripped, it was found thatthe central umpire who had been appointed by the League had not.put in an appearance, and there was. no option but to select one to fill'the.,thankless task from'the spectators..-The difficulty was got :ver: b C. Campbell (Leongatha) and Fleming (Poo woong)- consenting. to act, and took quarter about. Although they were far. from perfect, they both' acted in an -impartial man ner, and did extremely w...

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

M'Cartin & Co Leongatha. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, Stock, Station, Land: & Financial Agents. CATTLE SALES, 1914. . Leongatha.' Korumb'ra. : Thurs Friday. April ... 2 16 30 24 May ... 14 28' - 8.22 June ? .. 11. 25 5 19 July ... 9"-23 . 3 :17 31 August .'6" 20 14 28 September ... 3;-1' ... 11 25 October ... 1" 15 29" 9 23 November .. 12 26" ... 6: 20 December": ...-10 24" . 4 18 .Denotes First Sale' Agenit for Sun: ire Office; Colonia Mutual Life; National Trustees, Execu tars and Agency Co. - Head office, Leongatha, -Branch office Korumburra. Loans Negotiated. Phone 28, Leongatha -OUR NEXT SALE S ONi THURSDAY. 14TH MAY. Grass Seed. Ni EW SEED just landing from New _L J Zealand. Orders' taken for any quantities at wholesale rates.. Terms given with lots over £10, Price lists and .samples tobe seen at our office. McCARTIN & CO. Mathieson & Davis, Stock and Station Agents, Sheep and Cattle 'Salesmen 5 ST. JAMEB BUILDINGS, 127-111 - WILLIAM STREET, MELBO...

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

FIJRE FI-RE'_T CRAIIG'S NEWS+ AGENCY TEMPORARY- PREMISES ;IN iSNELL'S BUILDINGS; ' T~wo Dooors From Old Corner'; EW Stock Stationery rCon fectionery and Schbool Books to hand, together with' our usual : supply of Newspapers iand 'Maga zines. - Tickets for Eight Hours' and -Druids' Art Unions: Commnowealtli arriage : Factory and;: SHOEING -"FORGE' LEONGATHA. - 3.-H CAMPBELL, Proprietor. The-Largest Manfa t-urerhin?et Vehicles .of all descriptions made on the premises. No: slumming. Every. article finished off with care and: S elegance. My work has been in the district for years, and speaks for itself. Blacksmithing executed in all :its b:iranchies. 0 DoYou, Want- Good. Value For Your Money::?. i. PRICES RIGHT. IF .SO, CALL ON .. . T. H. COCHRAN, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) SR. H. SIMON, PLUMBER .and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA," -"I OR the Following. Lines:--TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and alli Iron Work in connection. with, Houses and F...

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District News. KOONWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 May 1914

District News. ^ KOONWARRA. The Koonwarra .branch :of the People's Party held a social even ing.on Friday last, 'which was very e'nioyable. .?The president (Mr E. W. Johnson), who welcomned all those who- did: not belong to the. Party, said that as "Mir Benneftt M.H.R would address them later he would not talk politics beyond urging them to take more interest in the Legislative Council. After apologies hadbeen read from Miss Spencer, president of the Leongattha A.W.N.L;,. and. Mr Taylor, secre tary of the People's Party, the fol lowing :musical programme was gone through-Pianoforte solo,Mis' Holt: song;, Mr Fletcher; song Mr J. McIlwaine; recitation, Mr E. Ahlstedt. SOh being introduced, Mr Beiinett returned thanks for the honor done him.- He would endeavor to fulfil their trust, and: d6 his. duty, to them with considerable benefit to the Gippsland people :and with credit and honor to himself. It was expected that there' would .be; a double dissolution of. Parliament, and: iff so th...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 May 1914

On Wednesday' evening,'> the ong drawn :out debate on- Mr, Fisher's censure iotion came to in eid, and the division was taken. The expected happened. vlinisters were acquitted on the casting vote of the Speaker,' and :o far as Mr Cook and his col eagues can shape events,: the louse of Representative is ein tering on the last vital act'ina curious .Parliamenar:y . drama. How long the Senate may choose to protract its part in Ithat'act, wvhat attitude the Governor 3eneral .will assume when the actual climax is reached it is useless to surmise. ,The out itanding fact is, that there may be a double dissolution.in a very few weeks, and for such a happen ing Liberal forces must be ready. It is prudent, then to forecast as accurately as may be, on what grounds' the battle is likely to be foughtb. The task-is.not a difficult oie. The' question of Electoral Reform will play a comparatively small part; a proposal to introduce Preferential and Proportionate voting might arouse: enthusiasm,....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 15 May 1914

$TONY CREEK, HAS beariap oinited'- Agent foi the L PIVERPOOL, LONDON AND IjLOBE INSURANOE. 00. fire nd Accident Policies issued: AiMitchell's Machinery <Ageit for ::TURNER BROS. CYCLES. H iorses & Buggies. for ire J.ADIES. D.abiesareAus tralia's best immjgrants, i'i biit in many homes baby does not appear,:greatly to the disappointmentof husband :and wife. Ladies so dis: appointed :are strongly advised to con sult the highly qualified :.ldy ira presentative 6f the " Natura'f?lealth Co., Melbourne, on her inext i-isit. to :·Korumburra, and learn howl; the blessing .of motherhood '..oan .be made reasily possible by means of. the wondefful " Natura "' Home Treat ment, that has brought "baby".to so many homes, restored thousands of women and girls to perfect health,and saved many ~frc.m an operation. INo charge .wha'tever is made for iconsul· tations or a'dvice. Next visit takes place on Friday, 12th June. when she.maybe seen at the Korumburra Hotel!from-9 a.m. to 4 p...

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SCRIPTURE STUDIES. CONSIDER THE FIELD LILIES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 15 May 1914

r-~.S~IRIPEURE ~sTr~ UDI~S~ r-i'ONSIDER THE FIELD i.l. ? : LILIES. " - - BY ESTOR4RUSSELL. 1 ',Text: "Why take. ye thought . .for rai. : smen't? ?C.onider the lilies of: the field, hodw. tey. grtheygr they .toil?.not neitlher to they" 'ispina 'anilyetl-y say unto you,' tiatrevei Solomont in all1 his glory isas not arrayed :like-one of'these. 'Whcrefore;, if:'-God so -clothe the grass of the field, which.to-day is, and to-morrow is cast into the oven [as fuel], shall..He:notimuch more clothe;youi, O ye of little faith?"' (Matt vi. 28-33). 'The Great Teacher, we are told,t.taught inl parables and- dark sayin-gs-not easily compreheiided. "Even, his disciples were in the dark conicerining the-meaning; of many . of his statemehts until the Holy' Spirit ,it iPentecost4 gave., them :,enliglitenment, - as :Jesus had-promised. .This .being~true, we .are not surprised that many liave misal?ipre bended some ofe the 'M?a~iter's 'dark-syyings rrespeting :,the cutting. ofof a hand or-la '-foot,.t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 15 May 1914

J. H. COLVIN & Co., Leongatha. Drapers, Boot and Shoe Merchants. JH. CO IN & Co., Leongatha JustArrived: Our WINTER hAipment of HfugA Thomsoir's Solid Kip Watertight Boots t Half- Watertight Balmoral Boots. Ofugh Thomson's Women's Gromvena Balmoral Boots, Men's Cromvena Lace=up Boots, Children's Cromvena Bals. and Wallaby Button Boots ~ - AT' KEEN PFIOES, FOR 0 ASH. The sea hath iany thousand sands,' And life.hath many ills: While most folks take a heap of things. (Including countless pills). : Be people young, or people old, .Ancient, or immature, . They're bound to know that health is found .:In Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. .Australian Na ives' Asso ciation. - Leoangtha Branch iNo. 135;,· Will celebrate their Twrenty-firs t S- Anniversary by A SMOKE iSOCIAL i Wednesday ay:My -27 ,91i?i& At8 p inin the Mechanics.i Insteitute. A member ofa the Boaid of Di rectors and Leading politicians from Federal and State Parlia ments will be presenit. First-class~ Music...

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RUBY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 15 May 1914

:RUBY. -·· ;,c,:'TI'ie~eather, was allltha~t could· !' be desired fori the~ holding df the )t meeting and concert in aid of t:, he:: Presbyterian. Clihurch: di6n . Fr.. iday last.. :A large githiering sait down't6 tohe t tea, the .tablesi Jieing tastefully set ofut by tthe S'iladies. : Th-e ;concert ini - -the evening was well :-attended? the hiall being filled. tod the. doors.$ A? ?lsplendid; progroamme :was :given ::by the following :-Misses Cole, Walker, Ris?eley, dugbe'rs',Bright,; ,' Lyons; Tolimie,- Bellingham. .Wil son,-Wright and Mrs Besterfield, also some youing ladies: fromii , "i:aridella South, wovtio . plialrt .in . . dialogue;. Messrs -McQieei? SLloyd, Jones, .P rout;'PEoyserj, . Bright, Phillips and Richardsc -At ithe close a hearty vote of thanks was- passed. by the Missioiary in charge to those who had so wil * ..-.-lingly:helped to make the function ::-suach ? success. .

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MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. Next Date, Thurs., May 21. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 15 May 1914

M fVARKET TRAIN FEOSTIIR TO _LEONG-A-TIA.'C Next Date, Thus, Ma I,. UpA Foster (dep.): 9::: : - :HoddlelRange. 9.19 Fish Creek 9.26 Boys .. 9.34 'Biuffalo B it #.40 :-Stony Greek .: 9.49. Meniyan . .54 Tarwvini . 10 :Koo6nwarra :.. : :-10 8: eonhgatha (arr.) .. 10.30

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MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 15 May 1914

-MEENIYAN. A v'ry successfiil social was eldi on Wednesday evening unidler thi auspices of the local .:footballl clubi. .Considier ing the wet nigh :theiatenddance :a ilndid a nd a very. enjo able evening wi; s spnt. S everal v(sitors were .present from: fTar win towb,,~er ':B~uffailoa$n~d Stjy Creek The music was supphed by Mr Dickinson, of fVelshpool, and fMrA St?srifield of Stony .Creek!; Wted-asI,'M.C.- The- ladies;pro vided 'the catering .jiMr C. J; Gribbinsecretary ofthe I?odtball Club; inforims us tbhit the proap fit? will 'amount tol?ibouit 3, whiho'lis tie imost suchcessfil for. sonime yearsr .4

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Leongatha High School. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 15 May 1914

L engatha High Scdhool, STh nimonthly;i m~ieeti :of the High School Copn'cil was held. ori Tuesday evening *last, h ie thenh re were preseht ' Messrs 3J.-.M, Molloy (chiairmtn ), :P.-Johnson, G. E. Michael, W. *Russell, P. Nash,i . Watson, G.E. Mttihew, man; Kewish:and. A.: Mesley. :: CORRESPONDENCE. : . :Wertheimn .'iano Co:, offering piano on terms to be arrarged..: Agricultural Departeniet, asking for statement of all accounts to end of June. S:amie, .asking for names ,::of scholarship ' students attending the school.; also· cost of .keeping the farm in lproper r:iepair...: Chief Inspector.F'ussell askir g for photo of scohool and surrorindr ings, which may be :used as slides at lectures::- :. .WangarattaHigh:. School, stat ing that it -wasintended .to ex chaiige. bull -at the farm,:.and ?askirig-if Leongatha School had a$suitable animal..: ' AgricUltural Department,' re boys for enxrolling at T Naval Col lege. :Same stating thatl: £450 had been placed on the estiinates for rerma...

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