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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914
-.1SMOKE SDRIFT For thepatntie maiuitis eportl 'b:ut subso ia faaincreaso ofo 88 e delstance hoer? %ol tbeeCitY; 'ambultn ces. 'last y:ear~ amount'ed A hunre'd :~roplan es are ~to; partcipatel in manc~uvres ~'this: ·A sub~stantal increas'e in coas~ital~ shippigjr ,freightsEi ani;d' fare 13: per-c~ent on-th~e laftter;~ti Woeds' Great Peppermint Cure, For Colughs andiColds, never fails, is 6d. A strike in thie b uilding trade in London malieans a loss of about hiider British 5i 3.lr9e"iesel arryiiing' 50>passengers rmust be .eqiuipped wiith lew.irel e s s?!: !:. arei tiheteningvilalages along the Canadian-Pachifici rail ay ?: At Nowrain:N.S.W." an 1-el phant stopped the taffic over a bridge for sevral houirs bylyiiig dow'n and refusing:to mvre; : hFors insulatig ithscooling' chai bers at Brisbiane the Meat Trust spent£2i 5o00on ocork alone . 2 ;TheBeef 2Trust works onithe; Brisban :i River= were? to .begrin atI~ivopratroebdl on Tto June The frst btch f motors :pfor te q elecOiBiet?...
KORUMBURRA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914
:rKORUMBURRAO At the:~~ai~·e~innuaI .meetn o e here of the Caledonian Society held last Wedniesday evening, the foll wing, offcebearers~i~ were eletedi :-President.:Mr T?M TMc? Cowdiand (re-elected) vice ipresis dents, Messrs A.P Ll:iioyd aind ·L ,!H Walker; sal retaryMr W~~..:W A Miackay (re eleted) : treasurer, Mir A Stuiart (re elected) council, MessrasR?I. -Milne,i R.: T TMc: Kenzdie T S Burnet, A Modarty auditor, Mr R R;- Wilsoin (re elected) Thfe balanice sheit dis closid satis factdory ,.finatncial lpositions, theyear closing with a credit balaic- of-£373 91s:lOd. Thei. Presldeni't refe' redi. t6 ile question pfhodiiing a Scottish gathering diiring : the .comning year, aiid fter discission itiwas decided iht:.t ti ??fitoer:lbe left-tb to theid c akoc i totake actioin . 9 A~t the~Couirt oi'f 'Pe~tty:Sessio6ns on iFridaiy, lastbi fore Mr Colhen, P. M, Har'old: Richard dThoiips on, of Karella1 as ichariged --by, EEdwiin 1Meeking; inspectoir tnder fthe Vegetatiton Disease AiCt, w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914
:F OTB FOTsi BXt FoLo s I The winter .i . i-s at -hand, and our new stock of: Fodot '.: balls are opened out. We have a large S:i variety at Ss, 3s 6d, 4s, 5s, 6s 6d, :S -.6d :::: 10s 6d, 15s 6d, with finest quality bplad :: ders, . Phonographs, Gramophones:, Ac cordeons, Concertinas, and: Mouth Organs in great variety at .G. FORD'S5 . - ..?-Tobacconist and Fancy Goods- Dealer, -i oongatha.--? - .- . . - :J . H. COLVIN & .Co., Leongatha. :-?Drapers Boot ande Shoe Merchants. :J. H. COLYIN & Co., Leongatha. 22: ~ sArrived : Our WINTER Shipment of Hugh Thomsonfs Solid Rip Watertight Boots; j Half-Watertight Balmoral H oot >7~ jjgh Thoimson's Women's Cromvena Balmoral Boots, Men's Cromvena Lace=up. Boots, Children's Cromvena Bals. and Wallaby Button Boots AKEEN PRIOES FOR OASH. s j 6 e IYL~ niffaloM May27th 1 : -" At~fd 'JlUN lI'tL L GATES and-af~ii': terbove`~b~i Estate i·mlT b ei LOCKED- and no rightof wga allowed :thrpughi -h'e'. 'proIperty. .A')lso?;anfr, :per eon...
SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914
- THIE TURF. The fionowin oo kw w reor theirac6s at ; psh a fo-7ift ,mrow:+ - :i-'Novioe Handicap-. DredMii Mafl and Flavadore. ISt plechdase-s *.: ?-"q,.Bettevwynd ·@"tndi.: ilgabonyah..| Ep?o~i-?Plate-Lornei and. Rose :-:::.. Roy?il.-:Epsom Haandicap-Nyan.l a??i;ind Qootacamund. Epsom Pursei .Qieenette an'd- Goldeni Roc~k. :: .. Jidmers' Flit--Sylvanioie-e and Vodeki.
LIGHTING OF STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914
L_..~IGHTING OF S~TAaTION Cr Couterimade the firsrt r guesti :on :: behalif : of the shiife council uponarrival of the sipecial: t?n eliericity amn :egudof. trwaei ? ata30 .pina-. p This1 was itiat the ::: stao`'?ion: bei li lited :biy Mr Kilpatrick (Chief Corn missioner) sis aid ? tha the matterio: lightingi~ :hai;;;d nt~ yet 'be'en 'setftled, ani- (umber ofdstatins be?ng. under coniside"ration. Cr Coulterstatedd that an offer hadiilbeei made toilig~ht the statioin by electricity and a reply was re ceived some timebc tha~tth matiteir woud be cI~·onsideredil; : ·lr Mrf Kirpairick Thie corn missioners were considerinigE whelther electricity or gas would bie used? 1 Cr Colulter : The council would p robably assist ii lgkiiing; Ethe overheaida bridge : if electric light weireised atth'eb station
ORANGE BLOSSOMS. MATTHIES—POTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914
ORANGE BLOSSOMS 1 SMATTHIES P OTTER A dd iing of great .interest to -:'" Mardan residents was prettily celebrated in the li Mardan Pres ::.::byteriani Church on" Wednesday - last cth? ?ontracfing parties being Mis rstin Potter, third d" a:ughdter ofMr ;?J?-Pootter,- of Mardan a?dh iMEj- Matthies; of RUb. Th?uighi the iday was- wet and cold, thlie clihurch a packed with well-wishers, which testified tb'toie.popudlarityI ofl tie bride and : bridegroom. The bride, wlho was gien: away by her father .was beoo Pmnlg necL irin acream silk frimmings of lace, and :tliestmari wreath; and veil, a?izsh.e carried ·a lbeautiful bo).~8i~ut~ ipart~g'isf ~ndi white: flowers T brdesmaidsbwere Missi~eTaij et: ?Q~ttr,l who wore ·a fr~i.~pf wite trPipe~.·dvoile over a oe:m satin underdress, .Miss Maggie Potter a~nad Miss :Ella Campbell, who were: both nicely . atti?ed in wiite muslin frlocks an'd -hats" to matoh: They -both carried baisketsa of asparagus fern ahd: roses.~ The churoch was beautifully deo...
LEVEL CROSSING FOR CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914
LEVE ICROSSING FOR. CATTLE. Cr Riggall bri ugihtf frwrd the questioh: of -a level crossiig for stock on :the --northti side of-. the trucking :iiyard??siad.: It: Iwas-:i th'e opinion of the residentstihat pro pvisilonmi t h??it;be made for:stock to cross. the: lineto. the :.triclking y~ards -other,;thanii on -.the ainaih road acioss thii liine" The existing arrangemetd was a i source oif an ,noyance to - the puiblic Shtiiintirig was going onsometimes for lhalf the day and the gates were shut against the trave?ling publio and stocki He had-- seen" several lots of cattle blocked for half-an-hour or mnore: by trains -Mr - Norman had raised:: ar enginoeringidiffi' culty, but .lie : (Mr" -Riggall). was quite sure that the engineering capabilities: of :tihe. Department werae not.exihausted. A : :crossing was most :uurgently requeired. -Mr -:Kilpatrick :I. :Why.: nof brintg cattl??oveir the main .:bridge aiithe east of the townsphi i SMr Michael k? shire?oeuncil b-?aiw prohibits cattle bei...
Parliamentary Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914
Paliamen;tary Notesr~:: "I think we should taketh secodi readintg right away saida memnber Nof the Oppositino " Friday last. I ? m ? lvingire Siplied ook. Cook No,Wednesday, w:it)-:illbeisoon. enough," ?epliedMr ' Fisher ;:anrd it was agreed to that: Sths deond-reading of the :Postal V::, ...oting Restoration Bill- be an :.- :,order for Wednesday' iext -in the S'.-House -f6 Rbpresentatives. ITrue, to the Labor 'Party Wednesday ):::will be soon enough. They had : put up a strenuous fight over the . Preference Prohibition Bill for , .many weeks. i Twenty-two of the . .36 laboa membr s:had spoken onIh the?--Leave to?Introduce theiBill Twelve of these had, taken full , time allowed under thes tanding oi:'::, Order" vpiz:, 65_. tiiinutes;, ,while.thel .--:-:: average 'tittie: -'wias~i 5 fmtiiii-te s.1 ? Theys were tclob'urid dP: Thieyihad twice ad-idurned the Holss nnff .:-;-sideý issuesthel Beef Trust, and , removalB f iiames frbm the roll. ,,; : On the Liberal sidethiere was one speake...
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914
MARKETS. f 9: ;> Mi srs 3. M. APeck& sons Ptyi Ltd. re port having held ?their usual ifortnightly sale in theirl? Leongatha yards on Ma~ ?i2ti wheii a full yarding of sheep a .id cattle came forward to a,;go6?. attendance of buyers. Thr?ee year-dld forward bullocks sold i?t. £6 5s, springers to £8 7s ;3yr oldl' heifers at £5, 2yr.oldse at £2 1Os; blackward springers' at £5 s10s, irossbred ewes (full-moiith) at £1 18 6d, 2-tooths at 20s . ;. - Mathieson and Davis report having conducted their usual forft. nightly cattle sale in their Leon gatha yards on May 21st when :a fair yarding came forward to an excellent attendance of buyers. Almost the whole yarding was sold. Lambs made from 14/6 to 16/3, beefy cows £~/4/- to-£5/5/-, backward springing cows to £9/2/6, steers -£2/18/- to £3/10/-, bhoppers £3/15/- to £4, l1yr heifers to £2/9/-, small poddies to 16/-. Mathieson and Davis- also con. ducted a very successful sale of cattle at Buffalo on May 20th, when they yarded 250 he...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914
M'artin &.Co Leongatha. Sheep arn d Catile S alesmen, ..·- Stock, Station Land & Financial Agents. ... - ::?,? :,..,;-.. L.;?-:7•Leongatha. - orumb'ra • GA PLE .BLES,19 Thursi bYrada. ' J ne .. 11 25 -. 51 .: .- July 9/ .-.. :!9 .23 ..: ·3 17 :31 ". . ugust".-.-": 6" 20 ... 14 .-:i?28 - :-Selptemiber.:. '3. 17 ....'11 :.25 O_.: ;October .-.. 1 15 '29,::' 9 23-. .: " -.Novembiner ..:.. 12 ;26. . 6..;:6 20? S .December .. 10 24 18 *Denotes First Sale. -::: -Agents 'for Sun l4ire Office; Coilonial .. .- Mutual Life;, National Trustees, Eixeonu S ar? -' t and Agenicy Co. ': ..:Head office, Leongath?i:. Branch office Korumburra. S: Lbane Negotiated. Phoie 28, Leongaltha i. -: .....- OURNEXT SALE ON THURSDAY- 11TH JUNEi Mortgagees' Land, Sale. LEONGATHA. Thursday, June.25th, 1914, At 1 p.m. ,. cOARTIN &: CO. have been.2in .1 structed by the Mortgagees to sell by Auction at -the Commertial Hotel; Leongatha, on the above date, AFIRST CLASS DAIRY FARM AT MOUNT ECOLES....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914
7' I'R E.! FIRE' ~ ,GAIG'SDNEWS AGENCY STE0E~ORARY PREMISES JlN rISNELL'S BUILDINGS; :' iEW:.Stock Stationery; Con * feotionery and SciooloBoboks 'ohiand -together with our usual sauppjl of Newpapers aidMagai i eni". ;Ti-.kets for~ Eight?i:.our' and S Druids'Art Unions. - · · - . ,. .- ·.·. · , - , . - . , Do' Yb:iou Want Good Value: For Your -Money? :PRICES RIGHT. . IF- SO, CALL ON T:. H: COHRAN, e . aeirsrwith, Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER' MAKERS S Coppersmiths, Etc.) A '/TE• .? . 8I" " vN , : nPiUMIBER - and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, ,TO-j20b the Followinig Lines :-TrANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, :and: all: Iron .X Work :in connection with Houses and Farms. Winidmills-supplied and 'ereitd~:'Dairy'Utensils manIufactured on the premises. Cycles new and second .MaLii)0GCashior Terms. Sundries kept in stock; good assortment. Repaires.of-al. o ml·siionti ipromptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and Othier Metal?) done .i ?laBg..Machines repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed:. HOT a...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914
GENERAL HA[MILTON Streport'otn t hesmilitary forcesL;'of, the .Com-? inonwealt thsoliws-'thlat" in?- :the' ia tter-ofdefdýe e.if e tlireis imuch for 'the Liberal iMitnistry to -d. Whefiii office. the:~Latibor Party displayed .apraiseiworthy idesir to lay.the fondýatioins of an army anid-ofra-navywhich shouldmake A.ustralia safe ifrom. foreign. at tack' -Butso 'much said," it has been -pointed "out-'ufha'much: of General HamHlon i repiort is a condemaitiono;it pas-t buisiness methods^ a' -lea'if admiLnistrar tion in the futiret eiy? ie General insists- that .i iia'si.army must .have.a s bss branch under .1a omRAitroIler- W''hwith a quaitEr-master enerk as'isecond in cormard ;-I::t',.l-dAe aiongst the.diitfiesl~fti sti 'rch to:watch expend itiur rclosely, to see that Codmmontiwealthtit iisands? ::go1 where need is greatdst not iieces sarily wher'e :.dedifand .is ..most urgent' :: It. would- ; ~have to:ide ceiitralisei: to ,establi'sh a penrsion scheme, to brin:g iabout clloserico0 ope...
FOOTBALL. LOCH v. LEONGATHA. LEONGATHA'S INGLORIOUS DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914
.?:L/-?? ?: le nrl:l: :·:- '?-!:: ? 7- ;:: :::::: >? FOOTBALLtt g ·:LOOIH V EONGATHA. LEONRGAT '? SINGLORIOUS Thie Leongathai teiimi journeyed t?ho1j.oli- nh Saturdlay:, iand once again were ~badly ?.defeated.( The aftdrnoon:was. iloallitbhat could be-d~iredi·id -r f football,t and: the grou nd wias in ?a: slippery state, and the creek li-adjoining. the ground did ?at tend to a good exr position of the game:being given, as. the ball hadi tdo be ontinually fished ouit of the water,i the. con sequenced being :that the leather soon- became. in a very sodden and heavy coindition.: The ivisitors did! not:ndearly have ?their full. sitrength,. but,,; nevertheless, that was no excuse for their>wretched shiwiing,.which was-about the poorest exhibition: that they have displayed --this season.. In fact, with Vaery -few. exceptions, their play was?of a character:not equal to tbhatshown-by a team of third raters,'and,' judging by: th' form shown. by some :of.: them in;, this miatchi it woi...
CHARITY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914
":: CHARITY -SPORTS. -A public meeting .of all inter ested iii the 'charity:i s&p6rts fund was held ini the lodge room of the Mechaflics' Iristitii : o :;Friday evenitg fdr.: the !purpose.d of re ceilvihg -the balance-sheet iih cornieotioon with the .juinble: fair anid -concert'. lield . on. :Easter Monday Mr 'J. :J:Willoughby presided. .: The':aliice sheet read showed a credit of £70 6s 8d. .Thbere was als6 a dnaitio?i of done giiinea to be T:received, and a calf,' picture and a bag of onions to be disposed BALANCE-SHEET. :·Riceipts. Jumble fair, £59' 9s 6d, sports,£17 12s. concert, £20 l13si Total,'£97:i 14i 6d. I ::" : Eipendaiture -Jumnble fair, (£2, 11s 4d, spioits £10 Os E; 3dcon cert, ;:.£14 16 3d.; by. bailanBe, £70: 6s: 8d .:Total, £97 14s 6d. : :The Chairmian:: said that: the success of the:miove menti was due to .the ladies; who woiked: had, anid deserved every credit. '.It was uinfortunate thati the spiorts had to :be albandoned: owving :to:: adveirse weatlher, o...
DELAY OF TRAIN AT KORUMBURRA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914
i:DEL;A~Y OF £j RAI~N AT KO R i::':;~~~',~ UMBIJRR~A~ir, Mldfri Tlin M Giblonio bsedhalfo the stopping-time of the evening train atf Korumbinir be reducedt Othier speakers p oinited ouit that hen ithie jo urney was hnearly corni p eted, Leongathi a residents were compelled; to iwaiJ 20 minnttes - at Knorumbuiraifor nothing at all ,for no refreshments were requireid wheni so near the endi of the journeye a Mr Kilpatrick promdised toi make inquiries