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SCRIPTURE STUDIES. FATAL AMBITION---NOBLE AMBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 May 1914

SSCRIPTURE :STUDIES. F ?ATALI MBITION---NOBLE - -- . 'AMBITION. . BY. PAWSOR ;ERUSSEBLL. -Texti "Who, .?'bing in the form'of God, did not mediate a usurpation to be on.an Squality. with;God,'but [contrariwisel madd himself- of"no reputation, and took upon uhim'the form of'a' servant." ' Whoever hasa no ambition haa'not pro :berly begun to live. Ambition implies ap: Spreciation of the value of life-a fixed de termination of will in favor of the goal de. :ided upon. _ Parents and teacher' shbuld a-im to lift noble ideals before the-mental -vision of the young, and to assist them in determining which :goal they wiJill bend life's energies to.reach.. To suoh:parents and teachers many:of those successful. in S..life refer in terms of.endearment, declar S'ing how much they owe to those who. thus -s:* issisted 'thiemi to 'a" 'oble ambitiohn . .:- iwe learn .to o observe6:other: eople;i.w -verceive that many are 'wholly withouit am S bitioh; or that their ambitions-eare so -trival as not to...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. KORUMBURRA ASSOCIATION FIXTURES. First Round. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 May 1914

FOOTBALL.. KORU mI URA=,ASS00CIA- ; TION FJIXTUREIS. .First Round... May 30-bIoch.:+v, :Leongatlia ,Korumburra v Outtriin, ,Poowong v. Nyora. June` 6-=-Vacant` .:'..S. oond Roundl: SJune 13-Nyora, v. Leongatha, Poowong -v.: Outtrim, Loch vo Korumburra. June 20-Koru mburra .v.-Nyora; Leongatha v. Poowong;, Outtrim v. Loch. June 27-Poowong v.' Korum burra, Loch v. Nyora, Leongatha v. Outtrim. Jiily 4-Korumburra *v.;Leon gatha, Nyora v. Outtrim, Lech vi Poowong. July 11-Leongatha v. Lochb, Outtrim i; Keorumburra, Nyora v. Poowong Third Round-Same: as first., Dates of matches, July 25, Auguist 2, 9, 16, and 23. All matches to be played on the grouind of first-namned clubs. For-Chronpic?4 bet Comppaints,^'c £-,: `Woods' Great PeppermintCure, 1s 6d.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 May 1914

Mall Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DES PATCHED FROM. LEONGATHA - :(Closing Hour. Td Melbourne &: IKorumburra .:7 a.m di 8.45 p.m. All stations to SPort Albert .. · 10.45 a.m. SMon., Wed:;, & Fri;j 11.45 a.m. Mirboo North- : Tues. Thurs.:, Sat:. 11 a.m. Mardan- Tues., Thurs. Sat. 11 a.m. McKinnon's R.O. STues.,iThurs., Sat. :::-:11 a.m Wheelan 's R.O., Tues., Thurs., Sat;:. 11 :a:im. 'Koorooman East : ::,-Tues., Thurs., Sat., 11 a.m. .Mardan South- : ; Tues., Thurs, Sat;. p.m. Wooreen R.O. - Tues., Thure, Sat 11.40 a.m. Francome's R.O. Tues. iThurs.: Sat: 114?0:a.m. Hogan's R.O. Tues., Thurs., Sat. 11.40 a.m. Mount Ecoles Tues. & Saturday :.12.30' pam. SHarper's RO. Tues: & Saturdayi 12.30 p.m. Tarwin toTarwin Lower, A *.J and Casblin's loose bag :Toes;; Thurs.; Sat. -:-12 loon Stony Creek to Dollar, Fidge's R.O.Scott's::, R.OI & Mirboo Sth-. SMon., Wed.-& Fri. 12 30 pim. Meeniyan ,to .Dumbalk; .Nerrena East, Woorayl, Dodd's and Mirboo Mo...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 May 1914

J. TOBIN, STONY. CREEK, JAS been appointed Agent for the L_ ',:IVERPOOL, LONDON AND G (LOBE- INSURANCE', 00. Fire and Accident. Policies issued ' -_ Mitchell's Machinery. S_"A?;gent for TURNER BROS. CYOLES. SHorses and Vehiclesifor -Hirea IJ. T.LARDNER, ,La?n?io6mmission, and Insurance Agent. Bairitreet, Leongaltha: AGENT for Royal Insurance lomn .C1pany John . Molloy -CHEMIST, °Dealerin Photo Gods, --AS -opened with a Newi ardi Complete- -Stock,;: in:?NEW PREMISES. two . doors :-fromni the Colonial Baiik, whereobusiiess is now> being carried on M cC.rtin-street, Leongatha. D urm balk Sto'res ,: E. SEE RS, -General -Storekeeper -and :: Provision Merchant. FIRST=CLASS St ok 'of SGroceries, Drap er.y, ildi mongeyi Bdots' and' 'Shoes;, &o: on .hand.: ? SiUits'to Meaature iia Sieciality. 2 Paten--Medicines of all Descriptions. Agent for -oCuming, Smitha's Manures;, ..Buckeye Harvester Co., United Insurance Co., ?Age " Argus,"<and'all Weekly Papers. ,: LEONGATHA `Ba...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Parliamentary Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 May 1914

Pariliamentary Notes: BY WATOHFUL.) In Federal politics diring last week there have: been many, changes: The .Governiment ;set to .busi;essi iithi' a fi:rmi. iand, and 'your re~eade wrsVrkwill!: say? ' Not'before it was. wanted.' U:Mr Sharp has forgotten all aibuthis beef: trust., Mr W?ebster:has' for gotten his regular lsubject,." Why clean the rolls?" The leader of the Opposition has not once.told Mr Cookd '.,You slaiidered _: Aus tralia.' All this -.side trap has been left behind'in the` strenuous fight by thei Labor Party to retain the r.ight .to give'ipreference :to unionist:s: in Government ..em plnin ent nbut again, the L;abor 0Soialist .'opposition - nas neuu pushied back- o6ver. .their own earthworks. 'Aidother.trenbh has been stormed, and taken by the heavy- Liberals. The Liberals are pleased at :their success, and are confidenlt Aof being able.: to. carry their desiredC end-lnamely, tb piace . their policy: siibmitted to the electors on the. Statute Book or force a' doubl...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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EMPIRE DAY. LEONGATHA SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 May 1914

:EMPIRE DAY. ,rLEONGAiTRKA SOUTH. The. Empire Day celebrations carried ``out: at ;the :Leo'niagtha South" Scholpl on' Friday?? .last; proveed one of the :inost" success ful functions .yet.heldth'ere.. The whole :grounds-were gay with bunting, flags :=flying from'i ?everi, available 0point 1 A largeiiniber: of parents ;and :fiiends attended; and the:luncheon and dsports w~iere carried thi'rough ?with the greatest. enthusiasmi:' The :'tables were overcrowded -with good things provided by: the parents, 'adnd matiy thanks are due to them for their generosity. The :.feature' of the ?afternoon was the-underliand log chop forithe seniordI The logs, which:w ere of 30-inch'girth,- were taken from; a--treei felled. by: the boys' earlier in the morning. -:The' sOven competitors were arranged in tiwo heats, and :after the draw for logs had taken place, 'one 'could imagine future McNaultys in the way these:.young ,`axemen set. to trim :down their logs. .The first: heat provided an eexciting fini...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A.N.A. SMOKE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 May 1914

A.NA'- SMOKE SOCIAL` - | The annual-Cqlebiation of the -ieongatha :branechb' of the.i~ NA.A N took place in the. MechlainicsHall on Wednesday evening, anid was in the.form of a Smoke Social. The weather conditions were very unfavorable, with: the natural consequence of a reduced attend ancejiwhich ,s.howe.d. a fallingoff as compared with the gatlierings :of the past. . The visitingi pepakd6ie w ere' the .n Hon.o . J. E. "Mackey, M.L.A., and Messria as."Bennett, M.H.R:, and 'Hume- Cook. - The hail:wasi-gay with- bunting,. and 'the: tables well laden and pleasing to the eyeiin their, arrangem~ent, wherein good taste had been dis played :by Mrs:: McNamara. in setting forth?the: good things of' the caterer's art, interspersed with lavish: floral decorations. The chair:was occupied:by the newly elected branchi president, Mr Geo. Hewett, who had .upon.'his:right and left the visiting- polticianis and representatives of sister bran ches in'- neighboring, ,towns, .of whom' Mr W.-. Wangman (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 May 1914

Woods' Great PePpermint Cure, For Coougli'i aid Colds;,never-fails, is 6d THE'- UP-TODATE BOOT MAN. S E.-W .ROBINSON&ge The Bargain Centre of Leolngath P Ladis Gentlemefi's a &Children 's :I':. ' dBots' an Shoes. Sndyat P riced"Lower thlan Else: where. : An-:: d at Prices Lower than Else: 'i:-"-F / r , i; .where., "-" .:.? " .We'u.nderstand our Business, arid know when we -are giving " . good Value. Come and inspect the Stock which is New and Up to-date, all the Latest Designs, and bought from the. Leading Manufacturers. We guarantee you every satisfaction at the Noted Bargain Centre.--E. W. ROBrsoN 'Bair street, Leongatha.s: ,; -. ... . .. : . '-' ·.... , . [ . SJ. H. COLVIN & Co., Leongatha. Drapers, Boot and. Shoee Merchants., J. H. COLVIN & Co., Leongatha. Just Arrived : Our WINTER Shipment of HIugh Thomson's Solid Kip Watertight Boots ; Half-Watertight Balmoral Boots. Hugh Thomson's Women's Cromvena Balmoral Boots, Men's Cromvena Lace=up Boots, C...

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SPORT AND PASTIME. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 May 1914

SSPORT AND .PASTIME. :,.. -. :.FOOTBALL.L .. The? eongatha`. team. will, . e urneyl toilch to moiro.w to ei. gage the locals -1he visitors will ie minu ii oiple aoftheirleading -lights owing- to their being away on holiidays,: but otherwise the -teni promises to be a fairly stronig ione. Those intending- to take the tril?'are reminded that '''the spiecial 'train will leave the L eongatha station punctually . at ' 1 p;. :Tihe following team.will `i'Žrbpfrepjit iebngatha:+ Matthews '-' " Fo'' rFoord; Wilson, Elliott Drowley ±'"? (2);'I Cochran Robinsnson, Tuck, iVunnis, "Po9ser McGiee; Thonip : s- .. -fi, Griggs, 0. Bright, 'McShae, x ,Gannersen"··Beesoný'~Emergenoies Clifford, Morgan.; In order to encourage junior: footaill' the "coinmmittee'' of 'theo Leongatha Football: Club has de c'ided to giib the juniors a push along,, and..a- meeting is adver : tisedfor that purpose, which will i' e bhel ..io the%!yoge ropm at 8.30 I o-morifowi evening'' AA matter ., -ha ,will be ` put {:;befo...

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MACKEY STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 May 1914

MACKEY STATE SCHOOL.; On Friday, 22nd rid:'May :avery pleasant! afterinoond-.was spentat the Mackey State School wwh~ere parents' and ,friends gatheriedto gether :to ?elebrat Ehimpire°I Day; aand also' witness a football mat?ikchli' between KNerrenad and adMackey State Schools ;;W: hidch? resulteid in a vriDtory for Nerrena: Atabout7 11 o'clock Willie ,?Vloore oisted the flag kindly ,lent by ??PGeob Michael, of .Leohgathla;' and the children marched up and ?'luted it. Three cheers for the flag were lustily given; after -which the National Anthem was sung. A very interesting and appropriate address was: giveni byithe corres pondenit (Mr Sill), who menitioned :the reason. for Empire Day viz: to foster patriotism.: He urged the, boys and girls to: dotheir par? towards 'holding~ and advancing the Briti?h? Empir'e by c uitivating habits of good living, and niot: :to do ;anytliing :to: disgrace :thti -Unior. Jacki:for it would ..never disgracer: them. A- short-: prob graimme ,of ?.reading...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 May 1914

THE TURF. The following look well in' for the races at' Moonee Valley to morrow :-Corinthian Handicap . -Q ".. B. . . id , d - j. ski . H _:ird. e' "` R3ace-Mountain Heather -and W:.VP sggajj n s ýTpIter Handlicap o+ Rose olyaI, atd Tisno..:S.teeple chase-Geh~era? l.Max aind Kuie: Amateur .Steeplchase - Pylly . Kirk.and.Kyarra. Glenara Han d,. .icap-Meerut and Jemlah..Dun helen .Handicap " Lornez and 11 eildferal f D

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MARDAN SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 May 1914

MARDAK SOUTH. Empire, -Day D was'celebrated :at the school on Friday; 22nd inst. The guests`-- arriving late, !it was not until' 12 o'clock that proceed ings commenced by the children aliiting .the flag, after which all adjourned to ý the school. -Mr MIcColl acted as chairman andi a short progtammee of songs and recitations was given by. the scholars.. The Rev:. H T. Harvey, f- Leongatha, gave the first ad dress, using the word." Mardan " as an acrostic, .each letter repre sentingsame good quality neededd .o build; :up the, characters. of the young .people to makel. thefem worthy citizens .of .the Empire. The :Rev. J. Dow;" of1 Mirboo ?or th, gave the. second address, and- spoke, of "the ".benefits. cn= ferred on. the scholars by. being citizens of the British Empire:; Mr OWilson Coulter probposed, and Mir Allan,- secondded', a:vote of, thanks to. the speakers -and l.to Missi. Smallinan.: At:. 2.30' the guests sand pupils :hwoe-rinvited" tod luncheon, which the ladies had so. libera...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 May 1914

, .. " ((E LF: t.. . 'The :ladies. singles competition 'zfoas ghe r i tden'st s trophy took place on Wednesday afternoon last '>jii e4 .ePngatha links, with the -following results;: . . . Gr~ Hp Net S.Mrs Hassett ... 71 2645 . Miss Spencer .. 66 17 49. ...;.,.?Miss Lardner ".. 70` .20,-.50 : Miss Shields.. ,... 72 ,21 51 Mise Cole - . . 79 28 -51 S..j -Miss Leask ..'. 81;. 27 .54 MissCampbell .. 75 .20. 55 S. MissBond.;-- -,-i 77,: .22:.,55 :-Mrs;Fraser ... 78. :22. 56 Miss Prideaux - . '84 27 57 Miss Riggall . 81-: .23. 57: Mrs Cole . ...80. 22 58 Miss Salmon- ", : a 82 ;24: 58. ;Miss Barr. -6 2858 Miss F. McPhezson..- 84 -25 59 Miss Shaw .. .85 20 65 Preident's trophy' on -the local linlaks on. Wednesday, resulted as .. 671 24_ 43 ha ... ...- 68 18 50 E-'.;yb.-. 66 . .... - 6615 1 regory: .. 5 13 52 Tarrant; i.. ,77, -24 53 Lrdner .. 61 6 55 Gu:. nnerson :. -66 i.462 ? B*e.?.--- c eish; w ý s: * 9 'l 24,' 65 Qz?'unp 3r Ju gebtlen sjin~les -competition will~takedplace oi the SLe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 May 1914

MCartin & Co Leongatha. Sheep and Cattle Salesmeni, Stock, Stationd-Land &i Financial Agents. CATTLE SAES, 1914. Leongatha. Korumb'ra. Thues Friday.' April ... 2 16 530* 24 . May ... 14' 28 8 '..; 22 June .. 11" 25 5 19 July: . 9' 23 . . 317: 31 August `6- 20. - .:. 14 '28; Septemiber:., , 3 :'17; 11 25 October .. 1' 15 :29 9 23 November ... 12 26 ..-6 20 December ...10 24" .. /4:18' ' Denotes First Sale. Agents for Sun 1ire Office; Colonial Mutual Life; National Trustees, Exebu tars and Agency Co. Head office, Leongatha. Branch office lorumburra'. :Loans Negotiated. Phone 28, Leongatha. OUR NEXT SALE 'ON THURSDAY. 11TH JUNE. Grass Seed. N' EW -EED justlanding froni 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. MIathieson & Davis, Stock and Station Agents, Sheep and Cattle Salesmen 5-ST. JAMES BUILDINGS, 127-1i.l WILLIAM STREET, MELBOUR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 May 1914

FIREF ifectionery.and School Books to :hand together with our usual 'supply of Newspapers-and Maga W ine.... - Tiekets for Eight Hours' and - Druids' Art Unions. : Do You ;Want Good Value. For Your Money ? PRICES RIGHT. IF SO, GAL ON ST.: H. COCHRAN, ''ears with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) - R. .R. IMON, PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, iO1 ++the Following Lines :-TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, -and; all Iron -AJi. :Work rin connection with Houses and Farms. Windmills supplied; and er?etd. Dairy Utensils manufactured on the premises. Cycles new and second anid); Cash or Terms. Sundries kept in stock; good asortnieint. Rephaits'of ai. +"lh?risi tio.a promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and `Othei Metals)` done , Irigg M?n ichines repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed,. :aiOT;andCOID.WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERATING' and • sEWARAGE CONNECTIONS LAID ON. -Estimates Given. Certificated Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of -Works.'. YOUR GIFT? You wil...

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District News. MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 May 1914

D^isfrict l:tntew - 4 NENiYA N. t the alf-yearly meeting of the Meeidiiyan branch. of ~:the ;A N'.A., there arn excellenit, attejid ance of mermbers'. Thiefollowing office-bearers were elebte'd for the ensuing, termn:--Presidenit, Mr~ W. J Farrell; ice-presideilt, Miý H. Dickson:; treasurer, Mr2 R; Kidd; secretaiy, .Mr .:P. McWhinney; assistarntIsecretairy/?UC. Ingram; Press- correspoiidenit ' P. Mc .Whiiney'-. Committee- Messars G.- Grieves,:;T. A. Welsford, J. Oar,:W. Shields and A. Ross. The syllabus was arranged for the sixr?lbmonths:"'I1i'as decided to hold a social on August 5th, open to ladies and friends.' The hours I spent with thee, dear heart Can never be forgo '. iat still you'thought^^esb topart, -. "Althiough I th6ught was"ho . And though I suffered horribly, SNo lover could be truer; Take back my heart, I've cured my cold I With Woods' GreatP pperl§ipt Cure I -FooTIALLs I;FooTBALiLB Itlhe winter is at hand, and our new stock of Foot balls are opened out. We have:a lar...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 29 May 1914

-There .was a large attendance of mem6bers at theiannual m:eeti'ng of the Leongatha' branola c f -the AN A. held in the lodge 'robm- oh Mon?day ebve~ing last. -One'mem ber was ;:eleqted and thrie-':tro 'sied.?T-he' hrelwing were .elected office-bearers for th'e ensu'ing six, monthsthe secretaryi M1r -W. Bligh :being. l-thee ionly officer elected withut- a ballot :-Presi deAlit,lMr2 . G A.. .ewett; vice presiden t,-Mr ;-J. :- .: Caiipbell; secretryi ri Bligh ;:assistanit secretary-Mr J. E. Edriney treas uire?-Mr-Thd.osr"'CObllis ; auditors, -Messrs R. 3 J. ý,V. Foote' and .J. Milne.: Commtittee Messrs . Mesleyi J.r3 Toole, P.Nash, E. F. McNamara:.and. J..-Cotter.._:. The installing of.the officers was con dudted by .,Mr MJ. :M.: Molloy, whilst.:MessrseA.-i.McDonald, -:R. Hom:bergi:.I. vByrne, arid N. E. Hayes :acted; 'as. scrutineers. A motion.. was carriedithat a presi dent's certificate. be ipresented to Mr ,Garvie tlhle !past, president. M:r Jas O'T"oleireported that-the cobtnm it...

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ENGLAND'S FOOD PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914

F 'E NGLAND'S- FOOD' PRICES. - The Labour Party in 'the. .Imperial S Pajliament mnoved -in 1912 -for aki jlii .: iry into rents, prices anid igesisand thedrecently published Blue-Book with the'report is a mass of detiled social -: iiifrmation. - England and *Scotland f orm :the: scope, 0ofý the'co OMiotii ' a basis- 'of '-whos-e' r 'research-* i 'a" compari# soin: of 1905 and 1912, showing the changes in seven years. As to rents. oiondon shows a decrease of about 4 pie cent; other cities no marked move m ' int. 'As to :.wages,..the mean percentj S aggeincreases are:--Buil ing'trades, 1.9, S engineering, 5.5 pir^inting''41. u. : . t te co'of living' rises'isues :.: interesting to all classes'in all parts of S" the British -Empire,-and the':committee's Sreport includes the civilised world. The general, coiiclusion is" that Atlhe total, ScoLst of- living; iinluding cothing, ias risen 10 per dent. in the seven' years~ peridd. Taking fourteen food commo dities, the-rise is -13.7per cent....

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KORUMBURRA ASSOCIATION FIXTURES. First Round. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914

KORUMBURRA ASSOCIA TION FIXTURES.: .-'First Rond June 6Vacant.* June .13 -Nyora -v. IeBngatha, Poowong; v. Odttrimi/Loch v. Korimiburra.. . iJune20 Korunibrr v.-Nyoraf Leongathav;: Poowon, Outtrim J. ioune h 2vPoong . Korgum burr ;Loch v. Nyora Leongatha -v. Outtrim

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SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914

~ SUD'DEN DEATH. A magisterial inquiry was con Ic?uted:by Senfior-Constable-Evans ion ?rida:y last, before Mr:Kewishi: iJ -P. ?Ecoricerningi the .-death. of, James Cashill, an 46l1 epii R~imipf's "quarry,:who wiws found dead, in his .tent.- The :followingi evidenice was given --- - Rboiald Osborn O:ulay engine diver residing aLeon'ahd posed On28thi Mayaaot8 Rumfi quarryto atten a.''..:-e:.. "-l'?g?i:5-bii.qt:?:r the engine Aswi. tness w? n :some paj~perl to ~l~R:ight th:e en gine rfielie he rwent Ldown to the workmen s. camep Aktthel Sfirst?tenit Witness lo6ked in?he isaw thedieceased (Jamies Cahill) e lying across the bunkl Witness al.ed.to. him, andgotno ans-wer WC itnesslthefnd eiteed' thi? ten l aind looked c1loserand foudthatar ste-lmanfi.·.an: wa dead 'Witness ialledMr1irtiti"f Sf.Sprbing-? dale," and also 'r by, andir oompanly: with' lodthe hed again vo i viitedith-i te?tiWitness i;then ,ihames toLeoiigathia and i .formed th -ohicek -,Wities did?d inot k:ho Sthe deceased . Ti...

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