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IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

IMMIGRATION. The Minister of Agriculture for New South Wales is in receipt of a oommu nioation froinm the office' of the Trade and Immigration Commissioner to the United' States on. the subject of ship ments of wool from New South Wales to Easterni woollen mills of the States, wherein it ii stated that as shipments of wool are arriving-in San Francisco direct from Sydney for.transmission to Eastern mills, it may be interesting to wool 'consignors in Australia to know that the Amerioan-Hawaiian Steamship line is prepared to carry wool from-San Francisco to New York for 1/101 per 100 lb. Present rates are, via steam ship from Sydney to San Francisco, 3/ljd, and rail San Francisco to Bos ton, 3/4 .per 100 lb, or a total of 6/51d. Against this were the ships of the Am erican-Hawaiian lines used, the rate from Sydney to New-York would be 5/ from New York to Boston by rii, there would be an additional charge of 7d, or 5/7 to Boston, as against 6/5), the pre sent rate per transoontinental ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FARM TOOL KIT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

. l',THE?FARMrTOOIPlKlT;?r' B uing tools by.tio chetisf a goo say fo have them poor, bodth inoqualht and selection. If you .hiven't the tool you thinii you ::need, think twice before bo'' rrow ing it from a neighbor . # .: :The longer you use;a ·tbolthie more kinds of vork you will fiid-'itcapbl of doing. Hence the wisabimof buy ..ing tools one at a time 'iftil you find ,you are-equipped. . " : Provide a shop if it be only.a good . benclh against a building covered with a shed roof. With a good chest, or tight" drawers in the benoh, tools can be kept dry. When you? lament the lack~i of tool be sure that it is-not a sharpening o0 the old ones that is really needed. A shiarp tool does more work and better kinds of it than a dull tool. In a pinch, a shafp chisel will take the place of a plane. There is nothing that will be used Softener or more eff e~ctively eii the fari than a heavy- crowbar. Don't think you need:every size oi hlit, drill:arid chisel. WTood drills are, muih cheap'er t...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mall Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA (Closing Hour.) [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

Mall: Service; MAILS RECEIVED AND DE18 PATCHED FROM LEONGATHA' (Closing Hour. Tdo Melbourne & ....: ..:--: : Korumburra 7 a.m & 8.45 p.m. Allstations to Porft: Albert :.'..? 10 45a .m L Ilebngatha South ... Mon.? Wed., & Fri 1145 am. Mirbo North-. ,,Tues. Thurs;. Sat. 11 a.m Mardan- TuesThuirs Sti ss a1 m. .:McKinnon's R.O - " Tues., T?. urs., Sat 11 a.m Wheelan's R:PO. T . Ties., Thuirs. Sat. i11 a.m! Xoorooman East S:Tues., Thurs. Sat. 11 a.m. Mardani Soutlih - : Tuies Thurs., Sat. 2 p.mi Wooreen R..0 Ties`.' Thurs., S-Bat;. :11.40 a.m. Franicome's R.O. - T .,ues., Thurs., Sat' 11.40 a.m; Hogan's R 0. Tues, Thuis., Sat. 11.0 aii.: - Mount Eccles---' ; -:.. i: Toeist & Satuirday 12.30 p.m. Harpser's R.0-. Toei & Saturday 312.30 j.mn Taiwin to Tarw Lo?elr, . and Cashin's loose:bag Tues, Thurs., Sat-'.. 12"noons St;.ny reek-' to. Dolilar,' .F idge ls R.O Scott's - R;O.& Mirboo Sth? ?? : MoWii;- Wed. & Fri." 1230 pm.i Mefii~ar?i ...

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THE SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

* THE SPEECHES 2 Mr Geo;F.4 Michael saidl that 6nce. agaitn'Enipire I Day -:had come -round, and now they-were keepi ng-up. that dayi and- they. wah'nd: td-io istil irito :the: miniid of-the rising :genediation lo.lyalty to the natiodn to?which .ithiey be Ing~ed. -The :Britiali'Emlire was the largest ever kinown , ald it was necessary to k.eenp that ?pifeoeiof buinting. flyinig :thati. they -:had saliuted that ?a .::iGreat empires have been i ln thepast, bhutli wher were they to day.:? They co~ild not be fou nd Wh.ten those -Inow deca?ed enipires g governid nmany lands they forgot their duty i0 God ; and theinselves anr:di, weni% downri It was hoped tiati thb'e British Empire would never: go down, and ithiat the flagfw'oiold l ways be kept flying anrd byth e instilling of :patriotism lifin;io the, minds of the :.iyoutg ;the Briti~ l Emiire lwould always ::remain. He :(Mr Michael) had asfiked" speakers to :he-briefTfoir theyf did niot wish ,tolkreep the little -tod dlersi tiol long.i...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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FOOTBALL. LEONGATHA v. KORUMBURRA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

FOOTBALL. BLuRRA,~: -ii~ln ·· e. -.d A'. large ,,crowd rltrol d up?O;n't':he? ' ' eon5gata ?gr? u nd .on Saturday S ..afterpo to :wit-ness tho play.be tween. the abov e - teads, and they " :were ft:reia ted .t n:an iteresting. dispfay of fotbtall for the greatern .:.portin:ri of the game, whichi .was of a fairly even :character with th e exice' i??t ''fof the :se'ond quar ter, ,hil?h solely belbnged to ?-the ..visitors . The; honie team: started: off wel;, aid?layi:ed ex'cellent-foot ball in the fist quiarterther quick; esas to1the baill being at feature ;"?-?:in":tiir?:i lay ani:d tiis thnsf eyre ruck and, as usual, they -wer4 a?? 1idly. beatei-inia iatdepartm'ent o 6f the igame. :Their play -.was greatly marred b-y indulging .in too miich handball, which somine S. of tli'eir promitient players greatly 'overdid, especially in:the second quartr, anid :if they had :booted the ?all more .frequ~ently they wu: .- d have showed out to more ' advaitaOge A.nbother failing was :'th'at they ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

: .. HAPPINESS- . , SThe happiness lmost people are ' see6 k :ing is- hatof doing .what they like; for ge.tting that ,love- seeks not ite own. -Love can redeem anything and every thing, and never fails -: The' hiloso pher of happiness who. realises happi ness -as an- art and not as afr'accident, ;knolis that perfecft personalil joy 'is the right of every civilised human being. Charm, abandonment and all fantastic beauty expressed in song or dance and passionate expressions of all kinds, lead us-upward and not downward, if we know the philosophy of love as well as the philosophy of happiness. ,It is at our peril to-day if we allow ourselves to become anaemic spiritual slugs instead of. rollioking children of the infinite; Mrs Havelock Ellia in "The Forum,"

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

SUNDAY SERVICES. A special service was conducted in tihe Leonigatha Mechanics Hall on Su nday afternnioon, by the RORv James, Jackso6,- chaplainh of the 7aniltar j fores.>The cadets wf6r para'dedpi&by GaCptain Olden, ·and as. they marched round/ the bjusi ness blo1?k of the towri the band medlitiers played s'elections. -The service was well attenided?? The reverend: gentleman took for .his text,i:Neheriiah- 2: 20. -'The God of :-ieaven, heo will: p:rosper."us ; thereforej we: his seirvants:- will arise~ andibuild."' .During h?isdis coburse he ' said that the ~tendency of the peBple wa :to becomeIself ceiitredi, in lieu: of lookinig aliroad andl shoulidering thedir responsi bililties:: Reieniiah had the -.in terest of his Ipeople at heart, and depenided uponn God and sought his F-aid in every turni of life.? He was a trie . ipatriot,- and ione thiat pplpe of the prese2nt.dayi2 could take as aminodel for theinselves. TwoThymns,: .All People That oin Earth do0 Dwell," and:' ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Leongatha Co-operative Society. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

engathia- Co-operative Society. The.annua:imeeting of share iolders ofitl'ie society-t was held on Saturday? afternoon, the ~chairman f directorsi. (Mr·iD; D. Gibson) pre- - -On the.motion of esrs. Reilly nid Allioiioi, the niinutso'if the last general meeting werieconfirmed. .The t .reirt aind: balance, sheet, as' circliulated, were taken; as read, thefollwing bing a copy.:-- a DIRECTORS' REPORT. oi: ur0idir~eotors have pleasure in s~ibmittihng for your approval the duily audited- balaice- sheet and report and statment of accounts for the ihlf-year ending February 28, '1914, and deirde to congratu late the sharehblders on thesuc cess of :the past ialf-.eair's trad ing ;.Sales!-During thiis period gsoods. .were soldI.to the value of £7826 l10s 7d., shohwihng a gross pirofit of £1446 1is 3d. Although goodsi have been sold on a fine margin there is a net profit of £4$9 10s 3d.' This profit the dir ectors recommend to be allotted as follows:-Deprediition .plant : aind: buildings, £610s...

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THE PLOUGHMAN'S JARGON. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

THE PLOUGHMAN'S JARGON. With all our growing love of country, of rural scenes and pursuits; .with al our know'tdge of horses and cattle, and our assiduity in compiling new vocabu laries and glossaries I is surprising that we still lack a guide to the mean ing of the continuous conversation which animates the true-born country man in conjunction with his team. I. might reasonably be supposed that the plodding ploughman, the jocund team ster, and grinning yokel could enlighten us concerning the jargon and jumble of sounds they use when managing "osses" in the field,-farmyard and stable. Yet even a Yorkshireman of this class, though generally admitted to be an ex pert in equine education is unable to explain anything for very shayness. His working hour prate ranges from the harsh and guttural to the smooth and musical, and it is interesting without being convincing; but our knowledge is obviously a long way from being- com plete. The pickings-up are trivial and trite; but mere words ar...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

?. The - ?'T i~a terly meeting of ??the eongatha IO . Tet, hl;d onT the 21'itindst., was oneof 0the most isuccessful aridzenjoyable yetlheld: -' There were ohly ai few over 40. nmembers present;, ut. all.of 'them ::full of enthusiasm and go .-MuOhu gr:,atification, was -shown at -the' .:- progreel of the Tent botih numern. .cal. y and finanocally, andid at tie opeiuni of another sub-tent- that of Taf iin. ~ Ower --under such ! : : promising auspices. The officers .:..! for the ensuing term are as follow: - 0.R, Bro. D. Phillips; D.R., Bio.: J H. Marshall; treasurer, rBroEMcKinion ;secretary, Bro., Marslall -?evitje - Bro,! ? .? Russel; guardian, Bro.B.Nelson, .S Bra H.Phillips; M.S, Bra. H .'Watson';;Ten t" representatiyv,. 'Bra.i M~arshalfl Juior Super-; ritendent ;Bi Nye i DPhillips a ridDaRi6fick, i;and iste' .ssell iAffer sd' e di6scussionlit was' de cided-t'-alteletho night ofneetiog from.Thi rsda'y to?'Mdriday.: Ji""sý requribted' th tii emb eri?snOte that thi dateoif Onext'me...

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BROODING YOUNG CHICKS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

~t.B1UJOild;DIJN ·YOJ GCHICK8~':-~ S oig young chicks the 'first thiing .tb do is sterilise e~ i brode& thoroughly toe i ure that all disdiiase germs are killed before "it is heated 'up: Then puti:iia layer of old newt. papers at the.?ttbm "This will mnaike theh-brooder ease?s-.o clean out. Overi. the .apleiput 'haal an-inich of s?and,' chaffor cuit c'oirer. .Thi.i will -help t omakel the brrdeeer floor ivarmer: aiid eep' .the chick? feet wariner;? also, as the chicks' legs are wek-, they will not slip so much anid get out of sliihie as they would on paper blone. It is- time enough to heat up "rthe biooder..whenthi' eggs b'egin to hatich The hlieat iviatks to be evenly distribut ed so'that there . will be no cold eor ners, as tlhen the chicks, may' crowd one another in trying to avoid them'; TheAtemperature should bieuplr to 90' deg:. boefore the chiclks are placed i. the brooder, add' sghuld be kept there the first week, for the little chick thei has a change from 102 -deg....

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MEENIYAN v. STONY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

MEENIYAN Y. STONY COREEK.·. The. abov c. maioh was played *on the Meemnyan ground on Saturday, when there was a goodt - crowd , preseyt to '.wiiess the playg.; Contrikry to expectations, M'eenoiyaifwonaifter al, good:game -Bothf:ears:?:C timesT:. played. ~ btlgl d tonand . the ; umpire - (4 hlersL: h playersowell in. b - an-. scohes, H erea -Bt S;i:y-e-Tsan, 7f goals - behindsi Stony Oreek,5 goals 12 behinds. Thien osy rominlent players for thei·i !t#ng Are Halloran, Dob son, Secomb, Bennett, ;Cauighey, Downs and H. Ross; and for the losers, P. Boland, Bell Bros., :R. and- BE. Zeusohner, Head anid >Stansfield.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

I- J. TOBIN, STONY CREEK, [AS been appointed Agent for the L:LIVERPOOL, LONDON AND :,i x GLOBE INSURANOE 00: :·Fire and Accident Policies issued :: '.Mitchell'B Machinery: Agent for TURNER BROS. CYCLES. JHorses and Vehicles for Hire F. W; MORRIS, Carpenter and Builder. flESIRES to announce that he is now I resident in Leongatha, and hopes to merit a fair share of public support. 'A Competent Painter and Paper h- anger employed. SAll Contracts entered into, and com pleted in a WorkmanshinManner. Papers kept in Stock; Latest Designs. 'NEXT W. IIEWETT, SADDLER. J. PALMER, -. l Buldr' and Contraceto r, Peart-street. Leofigatha, W ISHES to' notify residents of tlhe surrouiding district that he has Started )usiness here, and trusts by good work and fair dealing to.merit a share of patronage. All workmanship guaran teed. Estimates: given for all classes of work. - T. C. HARTLEY : (Late of Melbournie) PFainiter and FPaperhabnger, D ESIRES to notify that he has com menced business in .Leonga...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

GOLF. The ladies' singles and gentle inen's singles foir a trophy doniated b~y the President (Mr R. J. V. Foote), will be played on the Leon gatha links to-morrow (Wednes day) afternoon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

IMl Cartin &Co S. Leongatha . - ' Sheep and Cattle Salesmein, Stoc, Station, Land & Fin;anial -' : u -::,;A: gents.; -:: : O:TTLE SALES, 1914. C. r , .' Leoigatha. Korumb'ra. Thurs Friday. April '.. 2 16 30" - 24 - May ... 14 8 22 TJune 11. ' 25 . 5 '19 July . 923 . 17 31 S August :6 20 . 14,28 September .. 3- 17 -. 11 25 October ... '1 15 29. 9 23: November ... 12 26- -;.;. 620 December ... 10 24- . 4 18.: *Denotes First Sale. - SAgents for Sun' ire Office; -Colonial SMutual Life; National Trustees, Execu tars and.Agency'Co.:. Head office, Leoigatha. .Branch office -Korumburra. Loans Negotiated.- Phone 28, Leongatha. .. OUR NEXT SALE S ON THURSDAYr 28TH MAY. * 20 2W and Syr-old Steers 20 2S and Syr-old Heifers S Springers .. . : Grass Seed. E: W SEED just landing from -New N Zealand. Orders taken for any S quantities at wholesale rates. Terms given with lots over £10, Price lists and S samples tobe seen at our office. ' McOARTIN & CO. S Mathieson & D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

FIRE' FIRE' TEMPORARY PREMISES IN jSNELiL'S1ULIG ower EWStock Stationery, Con . feotiniieryani school Books toliifd, together with our usu.il sUiIY of Ndwspapers and Maa: Tickets for Eight Hours' and i? Druids' Art U.- iniona 7 T- .. Drk~iStaids'?rt.non,:. C. Dto You Want Good Value. For Your Mone??y PRICES RIGHT.. IF SO, CALL ON ST.-. H. COCHRAMN, : esrs~ with Robison· Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE R. H. -SIM ON, - .PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA;, 1'O?R the.-Fo11<wing Lines :--TANKS, TROUGHS, and. BATHS, and all Iron uI' Work.i in connection, with. Houses and Farms. Windmills .ipplied and erekt'"; Dairy,Utensils"m'ainufactured on the premises. Cycles: new '.and s'co'd' haifi CGa?l?or Terims. Sundrieij kept'in'stock; good assortiment.' Repaiir' of ll eosriptions promptly .executed; Brazing (Cast Iron and Other Metals)Y done Sewing Machines repaired., Satisfaction guaranteed. . -." , HOTadn COLDWATER, GAS, 'STEAMB, REFRIGERATING, a...

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EMPIRE DAY. CELEBRATIONS IN LEONGATHA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

'."- h iMPIA': bDAY.j ._;--d' OELEBRATIONS IN LEON-ý ;:- * GATHA. _.- .; Friday last was observed; as, Empire: Day al, the <: various sohpols:.thr6ughout the State of. Victoria, and the method of cele ltratingitin an elaborate or un ostentatious :.manner depended greatly. upon .the, -nuinber of scholars attending the different schools." But no matter whiethe~ ,the function wais conducted.. with. a great flourish of trumpets or in a mild an unassuming way, the lbyalty was. there, and: ~the patritfic feelings of the handful 'of:childrei .were as greata as at fthe' schools where several hun drlarlsiiaemhblAdl T'hA nthuinasm o-f the chairman of the school. committee at Leongatha. (Mr Geo6:F. Michael) was responsible for suoch ;a successful gathering,l aided in a great degree, of course, by: the head master, Mr Warriner. The'" fortier, by approaching 'the Defence -:.Department,: had the compiulsory drill of the cadets on: Friday eivengin caidelled, and aii morning parade isubi...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

Parlianientary notes, dealiing with last: week's. debate in the H6iuise ;of:. Representatives, -are crowded outby. :pressure of-local :matter till Friday's isqsue.'" :'I The Leongathaa Guin Clubwiill' hold theiE- fortnightl y shdoot on Saturday: next, at' 2 o'clock. A.. practice mattch takes place at that hour to-iiorrow (Wedhesday) : The balance-sheet of the recent charity sports will be presented at. a public: meeting' to be held :on Friday evening next.; We under stand that-a substantial profit has been made, anl the: question of purchasing--an ambuflance vehicle. will be discussed. ..In;order that a" complete bbalance-sheet minay be: presented, those holding tickets or money are reqiiested .to: hanid them in to the secretaries with out delay. - : .: ". :The next meeting of the Leon gatha Athletic Club will be held:dn Friday evening next, in the Me chanics' Institute. .In addition to boxing and .-horizontalbar exer cise, a-full course of the Swedish systei?i of physical culture e...

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Co-operation. STOCK SELLING AND INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

INSURANC In the lodge rooma of ithe Ltabi -iatha Me?lianics Hall bn Thurs-. diay? 4ternoon last, Mrd A. )W Wilson, ofl the - Gippsland:- 'and Nor~thern Selling Compny;n ad dressed a?" ?:ell attenided me6ting. of those interested in the subilject of co erative stock selling and insu a Tnce. M Wilson -was ac companied :by Mr Pieter Blon, a man .of mu-isch experience :at Newmailrket, 'who :lent the weight of .liis iinfluence -indimpresming upon~ thiose presen't the enticing prospects 'that lie *before :this latest proposed extension 'of the Selling Compatiys business. Mr R. Watson occupiedthfe chair; and introducedthe speakers.i:" . THE GIF0PSLANWD COMPAN 'S. M ir-Wilson,- in. opening, gave a hasty sketch of the history of; he co-operative: iiovement ib6th: ..at Hiome and:.here in. Au~stralia, in .vhich the wonderful develppment and :. success obf these -:profii sharing concer'hs" w ere held forth as examples. Mr ilson,-; who .as- :received: i Iith 'iapplause, sh owedl how -the. Co per...

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WOOREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 26 May 1914

Wooreen The Wooreen school picijic wa h eld on Friday last;:and there waa o goodn muster 6of parenits and friends. A- good programi6e of events was gone through, and every child present received a .prize and a bag of lollies. The following is the result of the races:-Girls, 12 to 14. May Col lins 1, Edie Collins 2. Boys,. 10 to 12, L. McCartin 1, M. Kenny *;2: Girls, 10 to 12, Mabel Cropley 1,-Lena Richards 2. Boys, 9 to 10, L. Campbell 1, E. Muhleisoni :2. Girls, 7 to 10, B. Muhleison 1, G. Dawson 2. Boys, 8 to 9, J. Collins 1, R. Dawson 2. Infant girls' race, Dolly Colbert 1,' .K. McCartin 2. Infant boys' : race, Ronnie Fraser 1, Albert Dawson 2. Consolation race, Jack Fraser 1, R. Ragg 2. Boys' potato race, AllanRichards 1, R. Ragg 2; L. Hogan 3. Girls' potato race; M. Collins 1, E. Collins 2, F. Dawson 3. Young ladies race, Miss Hal leyburton. Married ladies' race, Mrs O'Shea, Stepping chain (ladies), Miss Halleyburton and Miss Eva Bellingham divided first and second. Stepping c...

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