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Quips and Quiddites of the Man in the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 15 May 1914
uips and Quiddites of the 'Man n the Street. :^^(By:PODAB&US.)- POA' :. Ju'st -let .me recomimend all the young men'. anridwomen-and_ a ; Int of the old onest4o0O-to obtain a cop'of .A'AM:-essge, to Garcia," which. is-now. issued- in a 6d edi tion, and, worthb.i'onsiderably imbre' thanall the:6d novels to be found; at the bobokistalls.. Even the.mem berrsoftbhe Library Com mittee 'might " beinefit` - by the, reading. Having :obtained; it, let them :rread cr-i-earefully -and thoightfully, and ithen re-read it to find outi how 'ubic: of it applies to' themselves .?'Lf-A i:Message to Garcia,"'by Elbert. Hubbard (one o- th'e descendants -bf our dear old friend ?'Mother:' ubbard ") is, in its sixpenny dress, a dainty reprint of an inisplring little essay.. o? initiative, prompt: obedience and energy. Three characteris tics which are rapidly dying out, and which the decadent Aus tralian native (not an aborigine) will, in a few generations, cease to possess. -Tbo day: even few of. ...
Leongatha Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 15 May 1914
Leongatha Mechanics Institut ~.- The monthly meeting of com mittee was held onk Monda eyemng, whein there we drepsrite Messrs .E. Beg (president) :-R;de C. Shaw, Dr Howden, H. Daiinook, S. C. Wilson, Mese e Roissitler, and thesekcretary, : (Di. Afterireadinh aid conffirniation of minutes the :question- of. hold ing another: series of lectuires was :discussed,' w~i ::it.i was: :de cided, on ithe. moetior?-: of: M:essrs MVsidley: and S;w: a .thaw fdur1 tdres. be: arranigeid for, to ;take place in J?l? Ag t-st iand Sep tedber. 'The pricG of'ia?tiission was fixed at 3s fo0rth'e series .fe~i izngle :ticket, or 5s :for a: family ticket; aind ls for iepairate . lFe tures. ;The. subh-committee ip pointed w:ere eDr.Howden, Messrs Begg,: Briiileyi, Kewish.: anid: Meslev. A .deputitition from.?the: Traders' ssociation. waited iupo n'the committee. ,.. IMr :R6binsoni the --president, said that the object of :the deputa ion was to ask the committee of .theInstitute .ito ito let the hall to tiner...
Interpleader Case. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 15 May 1914
S:lnterpleaderCase: T- Th~e ownership of 32.:-bags of onions seized: by A: E.- .Edney uider a . distress -varralit iii, the case-of Edney v. Barnes-wasset. tied. inhtie;- Leongatha.• OUartf of Petty Sessions on Tuesday_ Edney had seized the property as belboning,: -to the .'defendant Barnes, :. John ..F. TiWigg; .the claima~nt, claimed that the onions were his; M'r; Little appeared for Edney,:ait. .-Mr- BSutherland- for Twigg. The claimantt stated: .that. he hadl been working for Barnes.i at 20s per week a~nd: keep. Barries paid his: wages up to 27th - De cember last. :Since that date he hiad received.' no wages, hut Barhes had: promise?d to pay hirm: out of the: piroceeds of the onion crop When they were ?bagging. Ithe :bniois, claimai?t saw .:that th?ere -would not he eiodiugli: toi siafisfy: his: claim,, ·,and' asked Barines about his wagesg Barnes then said :he iould: have': the~ onions in iatisfiactioii~ as hie, had nothinig eise: Claimanl t thare upion branded th'e bags iwithi...
District News. STONY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 15 May 1914
.., : District News.i : STONY PCREEK. :' The ;billiard champion,: Fred Lindrum, played two games on the Clib tabile2 6oIY .Eriday Wnight. :There .was a71ige attendance of i timemblers i and their friends preo sent, and thel hamppioh gave a s? ple?idid eihibitidn, ,whichli'was "thoroughlyj. ejoy:jed and :ap: .,.pr~eciated by al. l In the first ,-.,game; Mr: J G Outwai~e- was matched against. him, and the.re ":suilt was Lindrumn 500, Ou;twaite (received 300) 408. Mr Geo. Fry than tried conclusions with L. idrul ren',ceiving 30( handicap Fr Fbr'? ke them by -.playing ae .as he thoutght, leaving hil ballTinhder the side'oushions .The 'hampiiiojn~ rought into play, w?ith a well- judged . can ion, ard Sfollowed itup with 179.break. It was a splendid exhibition of all rboiind play. On ainother occasion ' after Lindrum adecidcitally 'potted :his opponenit's ball hmniade 56, ot ff.the. ed The gamde ended- SLindrudi500, Fry ?09; Lindrum after the; games saidthat he was surprised t?d find s.ic...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 15 May 1914
:Mixedtouisones were playcd on afternioon ' nd resultd in ' tie between:e Mr Fi-Fraser: aind~ dj lMiss Cole. The resnilting scores wo re as follow " .; Fraser and Miss McPherson 63 1, 48 .Cole and Miss Cole ... 72 24 48 Dr Howden and Mrs Fraser 67 16 .51: I ardner and Miss Prideaux 70' 17. 53 tchbison and Miss Jackson 79 24 55 ILittle'and Miss Shaw -' .,?; 76:7:..556 Gregory and Mrs Bassett... '77 -20 '57 Purbrick and Miss Riggall 76 18 -58 Lardner and Miss Leask .. 77 17 60 Little and Miss Lardner ... 81. 21 60 Foote and Miss Spencer ... 77 17 60 Edney and Miss Hassett ... 79 18' 61 Hhallberg and Miss Barr ... 87 .22. 65 Mesley and Mrs Cole ... 89 .23 .66 Lobb and Miss Campbell ... 84-:18 '66
SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 15 May 1914
SMOKER DRIFT --.peace. convention t iahaveeft o Canada. - - .-M ? S:eyen ten fresh; cases s.of smal Spo-?.ererep rted in Syney'on -Tuesdaye; i j.-ti . A French aviatorh now. in Sydney .; attained .a-reight -?.qOft. i a h4droplan ;a.r -France etuirned 23 i member in a. h:: ( io-useof 5584a ::: SThe Egyptian Sphinx sa statue of Hermachis,: the Egyptiai god -ofite; ito;ning. To sciei -'TSni e and education, T if .:Rock:efell.er has given" a 'total of oiver 36: millions. .-The :.Riverina-: railway, projeqts : haive been ratified; bybli oth the S. States cobcerned: ., .A gooddygeneral raibfall over SVictoria, -ind .?he ,neighboring -:. Statesis reported.0: ,.-.-In Morocco the Frerich force i -:i making effective use of: s?roplanes S:.against.the Moors. . :.::; -.:; .ir-toinald Munro-.Fergusonthe n B e.w:Governor-General of -Aus: tralia bhasarrived. ,.. ' ,..-To.the Institute of:Medical e .,;search, RRbckefeller has. given ; total of -£',00,00000.- .,: ..: :The future of New.Zealand de -p...
Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 15 May 1914
Postal, Information._ -AUSTRALIA ? TASMANIA: S: -.. +.i -., :7 ;.-j;-~;:_-_ .,i ;- "";,--7t :'r~::.;::-i?.,..ri?l?? TTrERS Within Commonwealth and-: e+.d:: all places .in ~British R:i-E;;' -Repir eahr af ;,ounoe .-0 ; 1 ETo h additional ½Bssoz l; : 0- 1;'I? POUT CARDBS .New'...Zealand, ?+,for+ -.e+ dr--i;i-·::+ -+. + --newspaper, up to 100ms6f-.-.-:;~::i,0 ;-,N. e wpsapors :printed.,-:ou ?Bid0? the~~:. Within Cowmmonwealth and a all place in British Em. ,pUire, sing.le - eaoh .. :?,.--.1 " ,-. oijcdiag +:'86z., ? ea bh"?,n?( e ? ; ;:-.'.;:+-.· or ?.rdn,m~ition.,whole y bY·: .:;-:i?.)i--;? -··.se~;pe r.:Orie nf?,?nkI--p. ;.and-:;?:-i:: ?:?, :Reply, eaeosh,1ohalf, .. l:.;; .:'?.. Tohe~ pllotherlacnt ilesl sing:le : 1½ ;..e. plyh ..oardo .m ?ZL... :...,?+?+o * 3 NEWSPAPERS. *Within' Commonwealth and SNew. IZok.pinted-, ir ever: - newspai per, up to o.:or ss p 0rt ; .l'ewspapers printed outside the,:i.?: ::"Commonwealth are subject to.i;o 0maga sine rates- of postage. .Inited Kiugdon---...
Leongatha Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 15 May 1914
ngoathi1a Football Club. :: meeti? g ofe th;, e co-mmit tee of tQ ' above waiis :ield in the lodge room in ' ?Ttiusdiy yivening,: when? there were: presentMesrs J . Willh?uhljji: (inh? the:i chair), r W;i Matthe(ws, R?? l )'::. -?"l ?- ; .Howard, I HILunni vanid the seriietary I1(M rM t~o ii SThe 'qu'esition o0f whether ,it i was advisa?blei for the elub 'to charter a 'speoial':: train for 'th" Ouitirim: matc?bonfi'Saturday. wasj broightforvwa'rd?' It was pointled out that very little .support wvas' accorded:: the special train .: to Poowonig on Sattiirday last;'andas it: vwas -?uiderstood thait a fair number of usupporters 'intended going by road to Outtrim' it was considered that -it :.woulid -be a wise step to engage conveyances to take .the team, and tihe: secre tary was iinstrhcted. toprodure vehicles if -he- could' pbosibly "do so. The non appealrarnce of central umpire at Poowong on SSaturday l'st created a. little discussion, and the secretary was instructed t6 write'to the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 15 May 1914
M'Cartin & Co Leongatha. : Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, SStock, Station, Land & Financial Agents. CATTLE SALES, 1914. Leongatha. Korinb'ra. Thurs ':Friday. 'April ..2. 2 16' 30 "' :-24'-: : May ... 14" 28 .·. 8 22 June - ;.. 11' 25 ... 5- 19 July ... 9 23 ... 3.17 31 August '. 6 20 .. 14 285 SSeptember 3...: 3 17 '... ~: .':125:',? October .' ...'1'15. 29* 9":23 November ... 12 265' ,. 6 20 -December' . ~. 10'-24' : ..'. 4 18: S . Denotes FirstSale. -: : Agents for Sun: 1ire Office; Colonial Mutual Life; National Trustees;,xecu tars and Agenoy Co. Head office; Leongatha. Branch office Xorumburra. Loans Negotiated. Phone 28, Leoongatha. - OUR NEXT SALE - - ON THURSDAY. 28TH MAY. Grass seed. : 1I EW SEED just laiding fromn New . Zealand. Orders taken for any quantities at wholesale rates. Terms given with lots over £10, Price lists and .samples tobe seen at ouroffice. McCARTIN & CO. SMathieson & Davis, S?tock and Station Agents, Sheep Sand Cattle Salesmen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 15 May 1914
WIE :,CRAIG-S?NEWS, .AGENCY: rTwo DoorsFroom Old Corner, EW Stock Stationery, Con - .fectionery and School Books -? to hand, together wi+h our usual: 'supply of Newspapers and Maga Tickets for Eight Hours' and , . Druids' Art Unions. commowehalth and . -SHOEING. FORGE ; liEO1NGATHA. Pr .. .tor The Largest Manufat in e The sort you want is theW et Sand that is my sort Vehicles of all descriptions mnade oni the premises. No. slumming'. Every article finished off with careaind elegance. My work has been in the distict Sfor years, andspeaksl for itself. j Blacksmithing executed. in alliits branches. ,j?Do You Want :Good Value For -Your MNoney?-:-: PRICE' RIGHT. IF SO, CALL ON Se:r , T. H COCH?" RANi - Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER-MAKERS .Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE ,R. H. SIMON, PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, . :i;~UOR the Following Lines:-TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and all- Iron ' W.ork in connection with Houses and Farms. Windmills supplied land erected. Dai...
Bazaar At Mardan. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 15 May 1914
Bazaa*rAt Mardan..-* ith the 'object of reducing the d bt; .upon the. public- hall at Mardari, the , residents deoided upo t'he holding of a:bazaar, and. having.the necessary co-operation. f':the ladies, the event wasifixed foir;M-ay 13th;adrl 14th. The pre liminary ,-arrangement.- for.such e.yents, ent.aila ,ood deal of.- rk onha.:$e par of .the ladies b3ft mn most' instanices is:entered ii't?6lth muc o eat4i"Biasm, for it is al ways a?'eservifng fistitution :tha itd38bi :'ss-'sted. -Tle'e -'esidenits of Maradan havej bouilt-Sa.! m6t-ostt. cm modious hlblike siiar-biidiings ered'ted i"'yry ditrfict, a heavy debtis imncurred,ýan lthe laudable. desire 'always is- to liquidate the overdraft -.: t the bank as speedily as possible: ;Whatever: is -taken in hbaindatMardan :the support of the whole c~~community is :assured, for thed settlers pull well togethbr, which is ;the surest way of acleiv ing any object or surmountifing th most troublesomieob'tacle. :It was the first' bazaar ?eld in...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 15 May 1914
A public meeting was called by the slire president foiWednesdaiy eveni ng *last" ini.' th e LId ongatha, Hall for the. purpose of electing three- trustees .-to :the boaid, of manaigementR of- the' Recreaitiont Reserve, .in lieu of Robt.. Bair, senr.; deceased, and-Messrs "H. McCartin and J. P.y Rowan (re signed). There were 80 residents iof the town present, Mr G.' F. Michael, shire secretary, occupy" uing thebchair. Before nominations were received, Mr-i Mcartin stated that he had resigned on accounti of-not being able.to take such -;anh tactive part. rn the affairs -: of-. the: :reserve as formelrly, and considered .that it ,would -be lbetter to elect a yoiunger man in nhis.pplace.: -The folldwing'iominhations .were dthen: received: -Messrs H. Atkin, Jas. O'iToole- Dpniel Spencer, ;W,. Wat:: son, Thos. Riggall, A: J. Byrne. E.:- A. Cole and. E.; Hehir. A ballot wasi.-taken;, Messrs Rd. Little andjP,., D., Gray- apting as scruttineers,; when'e the- followiiiK' were elected :-Messrs...
MODERN CHEESE-MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 May 1914
-.MODERN CHEESE-MAKING. In ordinary work we have long been used to "pasteuring'' milk for the pur pose either of preserving it or of en suring good butter being made, This idea is -nor. being extended to the nianufaoture of cheese, and a "re search bulletin," issued by the Univer sity of Wisconsin, gives the result of two years' experiments on this line. The milk is first of all "pasteurised" by raising it to a temperature'of from 160 deg. to 165 deg. Fahr. This, of course, is for the purpose of getting rid. of all deleterious microbes and taints which may be now non-microbic. After this the milk is acidulated by a very small quantity of hydrochloric aold, and then an allowance of pure bacteria culture or "starter" is added -the said ,culture being the ordinary lactic acid bacillus. After this the rennet is added,. and the whole process now goes fo1rward in a straight metho dical manner. Under the old methods it must be-acknowledged that" in spite of all the :advances that have been...
EXCHANGE NO ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 May 1914
EiXCHANGE NO 9046ERY. S::,Man wants .butr little bere . bel wh en his color is brown, and he lives on -a: South Sea island where no traders come., But after traders arrive, he develops rapidly all sorts of unpreced "ehted wants. He makes passionate accumulations of beads. He yearns to see his brown wife desert her "tapa" petticoat and wreath of flowers for the .trumpet tones of a_ print in "Turkey .,red." He finds extraordinary plea sure in twanging the Jew's harp. Cap Stain Strasburg, who has an entertain ing article in the January "Lone Hand" on "Trading in the South Seas" declares that trade goods are about .the most weird collection of goods ever brought together in one ship." It was in 1884 that he made his first South Seas venture-at that date, the simple islander had not, of course, acquired "the .more modern taste for gramlo phones. The trading sohoonet carried, besides prints and harps, plenty of hoop iron "knives of all sorts, toma , hawks and axes, 'Tower' muskets, (worth...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 May 1914
GOLF:. The play off-of the tie in- the mixed? foursoimes~on Wednesday between: Mr-Fraser'and Miisi S Mco Pherson and "Mr- Cole sand- Miss Cole -resulted in ,a win. for.., the f 'The fixtuire for to morrow after noon is- a ladies" singles? ~ ::- `.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 May 1914
Wpb~ ARAOrMA CHNAPVSi~ J. H. COLVIN , Leongaha Drapers, Boot and he IMVerchants. J. L _COLVIN & Co., Leongatha.. jJust Arrived : Our WINTER Shipment of Hugh Thomson's Solid Kip Watertight Boots ; Half- Watertight Balmoral Boots r:Hugh 'Thomson's Women's Cromvena Balmoral Boots, Men's Cromvena Lace=up Boots, Children's Cromvena Bals. and Wallaby Button Boots 3AT KE'EN FRICES FOR CASH. "I . 1 X SLeongath.a SouthI Sports WednesdayMay 20th. District" Handicap Race, l00yds. Fiirst lOss;econd 5ss Open to those'who have never wonaa prize ; within 38.niles radiusi-f hall. Entry ls. - . 7y?d Handicapd Sprinit.-First 15s, second 5s:: Enitry-Is. : =..??" , : Sheffield Handicap:, 130fds rst is, se'coniid 7s' 6d.. Entry Is 6d..°' Handicap ,Log Chop; 12in logs. First' 15s, second 5s Entry is. 0,Stepping the Chain, Old Buffers' Race, anid numerous other events i;. oiniinations for Hanldicap Events to' be* inisecretary's- hands not later thani FRIDAY,?- May ; '15th,? accompniiiid: by- neces...
THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 May 1914
- THE GUN. The ;opening 1shoot: oof ::the Leonigathia Gun Club took place in. Mir .: Bai'rs paddock orl Satiurday last; when a fair nuni iber metto shoot for a trophy pre senited'by Mr Lolbb president of ithe club:; The prize was won by r Erlanidson, who s.hot .vyery well, and scored .four- kills with the first barrel out :of. six...I.The runner up was Mr F Morris with Ifour' kills; two of which;: were I.witl ithe second barrel:;. A sweep stake was', afterwards 'shot: off, ..which resulted in a tie, Between Messrs W. Williams andi G. Roughead, both of whom scored :fourikills out of a'. possible :six, one each with -the second nlarrel. The 'shoot off was ':won by 'Mr .Roughead. Altogether fifteen. ishooters t.oed theminaik; and' a :very enjoyable timeri was s'pe'nt Afternoon tea was kindly? pro vided-by: Mr and Mrs Erlaiidson, w?hich wast very much appreciated by the meambeirs...
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 May 1914
MELBOURNE PIG MARKEIT. Adamson, Strettle & Co. repsort: Stores-Best bacon stores 39s to 45s, seounds 29s to 35s, slips 24s to 27s, suckers 8s to 14s. Porkers -Prime --heavy-weights 46s to 49s, odd pens to 54s, prime light 31s to 36s. Baconers- Prime medium light 58s to 65s, prime heavy 71s to 76s, extra to 82s, few extra choice to 85s 6d. Back= fatters-Best £6 to £7, extra to £8, prime and weighty £4 to £5 others from 55s.