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PIG TRUCKING YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914

S:: PIG? TRUCKING Y:A:RDS. :.. :Mr Gibson" die~v aitiittiori to the m~uiddy: condition'.of the pig trudc Ing yiardswhlien Mr K·ilpatrick remiarled thiat a lot of money had already: beeni spent upon them, but he would give the.matter attention. Wheni the Commissioners stepped hon board ithe :tra;in Mr: Kilpatrick remarked, ' Noi that -.iwe?- have granted s -.many requests, we will expc t otlhing to be asked for on our next visit.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REMOVAL OF CARRIAGES AT KORUMBURRA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914

REMOVA OF CARRIAGE AT KORUMBURRA 0 CrCotilter :preotsted against the: ?i'removal"of- carriages- at KIorunim burra and leaving inisufficienti ac commodation fir travellers further alog theh line ,Whe? i eeently returnin .ffri?o the City, :27- pas sengers were :jambed'into a corridor after 7taking off carriages at Kor umhbirra - Mr.21: Kiipatrick .said tha;t uch a thiing a'hd-no righ'i-t6 happen, 'and he would make inquiries.-

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROTECTING FOOTBRIDGE APPROACHES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914

-.-APPROACHES. Mr. Miiha el refrredtteb lopen oniidition of the approahat e bch end of ithe ovcrhead footsrirdge leading i:into Bair street, and re miaked that there vajs. nothing, to prvient horses bolting down it, Mr Kilpatriok. proiiied that the reiqnest would be attended to.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANOTHER FOOTBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914

AOTHER (FOOTBRIDGE. r CoultA er asked tha; afooi - bridgebeiereotel alongidiethfe over ieab? : bridge ?' it t~ei east i e d of the staition.; Ifthe :requi re lan d .were given the auncil wodfi forth the footpaith . Mr "ilpatrik Yo hatia a bridge whait more dq you!want ? Or Coulter The br.idge is too narrow, and onie for edestrians is: required - ?@6 & Mr Kiilpitrik Wehv:u dreds of reiuests of a sim ila riature anid if we granit onewei will:be overwhelmedby otliersi The site of the pioposed bridge was inspected by the Comtnus sioners, whenl Mr EillpatriiRp ro thised that the request would le acceded to;,the cobuiiil t?t. frim approaches a?nd; pay a si~mall.'ont for. thekanid ocolupied .:. -

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOLLOWING THE FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914

9: FOI3OWING THE FABHIOON .2 M. Boffius: '"i see in the parP that a woman, in looking afoer an other woman to see whliat she had'on, fell out of a window." to rshow e that soewmn i r'n follo fahins eai 1.i far. . ;~_

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENTRANCE TO STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914

ENTRA?NCE TO STATION. Mr T. MA. Gibson brought bdfore the Commissioners the bad con ditionof theroad .from Roughead street to the station, with a re quest that same be imprbved., MriNorman said that ifa gravel, fodtpath were made wehilesi would be driven along it aid out every approach in Gippeland was bad at this time of the yeairlbut prom~iseid tbohave gravel spread

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAUSE OF SOIL SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914

CAUSE OF SOIL SICKNESS. An interesting and instructive papel bn the above subject by Dr. J, E. Bus.i sell, director of the Rothamsted Experi. metal Station, and Mr.' Wailter Buddix was delivered before the Society of Chemical Industry recently. The paper described how an accident had shown *- that'with the partial sterilisation-of: the soil it was able tdo-ibsorb 6xygen ,ery much more rapidly than untreated soil. Owing to the close connection known to exist between the power of' oxygen absorption of a soil and -its productivity, it was thought probable that such partially sterilised soils would be more productive than untreated soils, ann pot experiments proved that this was the case; .t. this stage in the re searchit ifwas found that the conclusion was not novel, the 'discovery having b6i inmade accideitally- in-Alsace and confirbimd in-a' labo6rtory iin'-Germany. As a resiilt of a long serie"of investiga tions carried out at Rothamsted:' thei 'following propositions had beein defi...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE STATION YARD. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914

THE STATIO~ Y; D . Cr Coulter took the Commis sioners~aoross the permanent way to the yard where goods are loaded and discharged,. and pointed' out .the. necessity for 'filling in the holes and spreading of gravel. Mr Kilpatrick promised that the work would be carried out.

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 — 2 June 1914

mall.?Sevleo. M:'l 8 RECEIVED AND DU-S PATCHED FROM [LEONGATHA - (Closing-Hour. - IToMelbourne & Korumburra 7.a.m & 8,.45'pm: All stations to Poirt Alb?brt ...' ' 1045: a.m. Leongatha South-- :: S-Mondi., Wed., &'F?:i: 1145'ia.Ji Mirboo North-' , :Tuesd Thure., Sat. 1,' a.mn *Mardan-. : Tues., .Thurs., Sat 11.. .m YM6Kinidn'st R.O. :Tues., Thurs;, St. -11 a.mT , i-Weelaii's RiO.--. Tues., Thurn., Sat. 11 a.m. Kobo'ooaniasiEt-, T.ile.," Th'ura'.?Sat.?- 11 a.m. - ai'- dan Siouth- -. ,- -,i i,.;::.es.iThurs., Sat. 20 l.m 'WooreeneR.?.O.- ..... ie Sathurs) 8 11.40 a.m? Frhncoine's BiO0 - Tuei.,-¶Thurs, Sat 11.40 a9n Iogan 'I (1 Tirs:;Thwbrs Sat 11.40 a.ni) o1 otlit Edcles= T . es. &?aturday: 1.2 30 lii, ':Harper's :R.O;- Trw&: :nT SoTida~y2i. L 2S0p. :Tarwrn t0Tarrwin-?Low?r,. ? ??ind -Cashin'·loose bag-.. :;: iTu .;-:Thiifrs. Sat:. 12~ nood seny tc reek to Dollari ?Fidge's R-ikO., Scott's 1O0 & Mirboo Shih Moni 1Wed & Fri. 1i0m. ?...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 2 June 1914

STONY CREEK, 91 'tbe appointid Agent for -Li:;ERPOOL, LONDON AND CLOBE INSUfRANCd 00. -Fire and Accident Policies issued M9I, :itchell's Machinry I *' Agent for . STURNER BRSL. CYCLES. - :; : Horses and Vehicles for Hire. Land, Commission, and Insii ndc Agent. GENT for Royal Insurance~ -oni A - pany JohniV.Molo #HEMISP, Dealer inPhitoo Good&, AS openied with: a Nei lapn Complete Stock, i.?'-iN PREMISES; two doors fr6&ith :olonial Bank, wheir busins: isi now being c'arried: onil :-.:-: Mceadrin-tret Leongatla Di udmb1k Soe~ E. SRS, General Sorti ekeeer n~d · . "-.?<:..? ~t~. ·tl~b~~~~~: ..."...,j-- .? - : Prdvviiiisin lt Ylant.-: SFIPST-CLASS Stock: of Groceries, Drapery, Ifon monge?y, Boo?is and :Shoes, -4&c. on han'd ::. Suits1 to i1Mrasue a Speciality. Patetfi- ' dicines of all Desciptionsis Agent for (iii, n stkih s Manures,::- B'uckeye' Harviiste: Co., United iinsurane Co ' Age " Argus," a-~ . dai l Weekly Pap~ffs. LEONGATHA : Bakery Busines. C...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 June 1914

1 ta InfornoeAtion. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA,: LBTTflI s. Within "Commonwealth . nad.: all places in British E:??. . nire, per A ounce ..,' -1 Each additionajl oz. :.. 0 ;i POST CARDS,. Within -Commonwealth arnd;:? all places.in British iBEm-: pire single, ~a.oh? '... D: 1 Reply, each half?... ...O 1 :To all other;places, single ..'..1 Reply oards ... .. -' NBWSPAPERS. ,Within Commonwealth and New Zealand, for every: newspaper, up. to l0ozs. (10 Newspapers printed outside the Comumonweelth are subjeotetoinagas sine rates of postage. United Kipgdom-Not .ex ceeding 86z., each news-,~:::;i, paper ... ... . Eaoi additional 2o.. (0. For transmission wholly bd y sea per Orient and P. ani?-d 0. steamers, 16ez 0 1 Other places, not exeoeding 4ozes. ....... ...0 1 Each additional: 2oz :. O . oo. . -. . _ BOOKS. Within' the Commonwealth, or- books printiled hAinis A tralia .per 80s.e or part i::`- 0~j Printed :outside Australia,,` per 4ozs., or art? thereof ._i: 0't0 To New Zealand, per 4...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 June 1914

AcoUCH MIXTURE RE CIPE WORTh HAVING: BIG MONEY- SAVER:-: .:. If fourteep~ence` .were, lying4.bo.then footpath-.whit 'would you. do-leave ;it =there or put itin -yourpocketi?-;;' . ` *-;?Every- ;time you pay. eighteenpeic&; for :;?:': a:bottle of: family.,codugh remedy , ou really~ .ay foQurteenpence :f?ore' than:you now need to. . That's a fact thousands of -thrifty . people are proving every day. You i can:prove it straight away .by ?trying? this Hean's Essence recipe. Into a jug pour four tablespoonfuls !..-of sugar, two of vinegar, and ai large. breakfastcupful of water.. Stir.., till dissolved, pour into a -big bottle, add -one bottle of Hean's 'Essence; and shake all together. This gives you a pint of the finest' family cough remedy you can ,possibly. --buy It means about eight eighteen-, ??:-: penny bottles for little more than the price of one. In other ,wrds, :ani eighteenpenny bottle .costs you -less : `?:than fourpence-a tremendous and worth-while money-saving, .yo...

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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 June 1914

SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. The V.R.C. will begin their King's' Birthday meeting at Flemington to-niorrow, and it will be continued' on Monday. The following selections may be near the mark for to-morrow's events : HURDLE RACE. Wisconsin ... .. 1 The Majestic Nut .. 2 Beccasine ... ... 3 HUNT CLUB CUP. Anacrion .. ... 1 -Statistician ... ... 2 Groongal ...... 3 ROYAL HANDICAP. Golden Wire .. .. 1 Field General .1 2 Dhuldul ... ... 3 STEEPLECHASE. FoLterton ... ... 1 Bettewynd . .2 Alcuin 3 SANDRINGHAM HANDICAP. Meerut 1 Sylvanmore ... 2 Culwalla :.. .. 3 PRINCESS HANDICAP. 'Linass .. .. 1 Kilspendie ... ... 2 Laniceretto ... ... 3

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 June 1914

SMOKE -DRIFT. Post office revenue for May was £23261 in exi ess of:that for May, 1913 : ; The trouble in the iakery trade is ver-y far from being finally: settled.° Since its inception tihe Mlaternity Borius has' cost the country over a million: u i The ,Melbourne City Council has decided, to float a loan :ofabout £300,000: ._- r The first evidence in th? Beef Trust :inquiry; will be: taken; in Melbourne. v:': r-crowding.is. a chronic state` of, things now at ;the:-Working men's College. Government_; grants for :°thoe Working -Men's College: this year will, total £22,000:, . ..- : , :A shipload of Hindus iis striving to enter: Canada in spite of the immilgration laws ' ;" *?A volcano.in California that has been dormant .for 200 years-has burst\into eruption. :: In West,Australia an inspectiobn fee-of 15s per ton is imposed upon imported potatoes. Canada apparently feels nothing of the shortage :of British immi grant farm:settlers. The longi-looked-for federation of ANiA?:patriotic,'...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 June 1914

FOOTBALL. To-morrow a"'match- will be played -at Korumburra between teams representing the Lang Lang Association andthe Korum burra and District Association. A special train will leave Leon gatha at 1 p.m.- The team to represent : the Korumburra As sociation will :be: - Forwards: Cartwright Crosbie, G. Erickson. Rucks: Tilson, W. Erickson, Bel frage, R. Crowle (capt.) Rovers : O'Carroll, Ureni. Centres : Mc Namara, W. Makeham, McDon ald. Half-backs: Mercer, J. Sharples, R. Williams. :Backs: Matthews, B: Drowley, Sumner. Emergencies:- Connolly, M-cGee, Mitchell. Dfumbalk and MTeeniyan met on the Dumbalk ground on Satur-' day, and :victory rested with the hoine team, the scores being Dumbalk 6 goals 7 behinds, Meeniyan 3 goals: 5 behinds. The most prominent -players for the winners were O. -Bright, T.. and Wal :Hughes, McNeill. and. E. Goldsmith; and: for the :losers, Secomb, W. Beoklham, Caughey and Kidd.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 June 1914

1 "? ; ;:.ira ?.rz ! : r. " " . . . - . - " .. .l ý. .. F ..... Y' .; - . : t::t. J H. COLVIN 8 o., Leongatha. The House ior Good Valuei Flnannel. J. i. OLVIN & o, Leongatha ?DIRECT FROM THJE MIILL. 28 inch natural wool Flannel, wear well, Is or Ils 6d doz t 30 inch natural wool Flannel,15s 6d doz;, or is 4% yd. 36inc? natural wool Flannei, 1s6ddoz ,y Nyl; °..or Is 8d-yd. All wool pink edge Saxony Flannel (fine) is or ls 6d doz. wider Widths same qualit s 3d, is 6d Is 9d. d 25 inch fine English natura ol Flannel for Ladiesand Childrens wear Is r rI.ý;l;Is 6d per doz. 27 inch wide ditto 14s doz., or is 3d yd. 28 inch wide ditt OIT7s doz. or Is dyd Cream Doctor Flannel is 6d, is I Natural Dcter ? ? nnelis 6d Is d2s SScarlet Flannel Is 6d, "Doctor ' Is Sd ;r-S a Z l 1r 4Y All oolpin edg SaonyFlanel fin).l~;llFGUoz. ;:-wde ~withJ :sam pu...ý- "YeY, ·s:6: k J f ,:-·.l :.:: t" E tire. \`« ,: [n Fannlý,.adis ad ...: - ý ý ý ~ý t ký lY ý,rQ-~:_ ,k--fitil .,,, ai,.r ý. ý ,y { ý' E P,...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 June 1914

GOLF: -- The following is :the! result of the ;igentlemen's sihngles. which was played0 on the local liriks? on; Wednhesda, andfi whii chresuilted ilin Messrs Foolte i and lShaw;-jinr. tyingf'and the?pjla'ff.'will take place lonii a fuiture dat 'r Foote 2 :16 46 ShaW unr .: 64 18 46 Mesley , u:" . :. 67 20 47 Fraseri ... .. . 55 6 49 Gunnersen ... 70 20 50 Shaw . .. 69 18' 51 Atchison .:: : .75: 24 51 Howdeni:: :i:. 62 10: 52 Lobbli- 68 15 53 Kewish 77 24 '53 Edney' 70 15 55 Hogan;: 77 18 59 Tarrant... ,' 85 24 61 Amixed `foursome match :will be played on 10th inst Pliyers to select",th'eir -:partners, and are requested"to':hand~i thei??eir names to: the secretary: as early as pos ible.:: .

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SCRIPTURE STUDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 June 1914

SCRIPTURE $ST~UD$ iJ4 A _ ?: : c. · .;:.-K sACRIFICES NOT REQUIRED BY GOD. lext: "Sacritie ad: offering and burnt bfferings aind offeiinig for inrThou wouldst not,,neither badt' pleasure therein; whice are offered by the law."I (Heb.i. 8). . Go d never require:e `> . -acrificels. As - our S.reator, -He has :'a. r ight to make such demands of.bi's as He. will, and we would be Sobliged to obey, but -: h 'obedience could * ;ot prloerly.be term ed .sacnifice:The word .acrifice signifies that S'hich is -.voluntarily offered-to God. SiByk the. offering .of Sbullocks and goats tha transgressions- of the ASTO lRUSSELL - : Israelites were covered year by year. n aa Svan:ce, ,and ,.thus Israel had a continual S- tanding with'God.' .But- these sacrifices Swere merely- typical of .the "better eacri .ices," and acceptable only as types. St. Paul is quoting from the fortieth Psalm, and through -the rProphet David God de claredthat thesarificesthe sacrifie of thLaw, which could never really can...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 June 1914

THE GUN. - On Saturday last the Leongatha' Gun Club shot off two sweep stakes. The 'weather was veryj bad, but there was a good numberr :. of shootists on the ground. G. Roughead won No. 1 sweepstake with five kills off 14 yards handi-: cap;- F. Cross bleing runner-up.: G. Roughead and Conway tied for: ?. the second sweepstake with three birds each, and in the shoot off: Conway won.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
District News. MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 5 June 1914

Districti News. :.MEENIYAN. " The sacred: cantata; ":Estherj" was: rendefred ; by .the., Meeiiiyan Presbyterian- choiri strengthened . by',the additio? 'of singers from otheir. churches,:-n the .hall':on Friday: last;':. The performance was.an innovation _for Meeniyan, and: - (although: -:many :-of` :the singers .had =never taken -part inl cantotas previously, the music fromi: beginning: to eid` was;splen did ;:There is a certaini doleful individual who i hasbeen: in.itlhe habit iof affirming that Meeniyan could proddiuce no musical talenit: Tiifs conicert was a'flaticonitradic tion to such ideas. `:Mr. J iDunn :was the conducir, and the :result slpokle well:for his: patien?ce, per severance .afnd, ciapability in; such. w:ork:..- Not only has he. gathered together: ,singers from several parts6 of the :-district, ::rind trained' them iniparltsinging, but he;seems tol have; actually assisted them to put :aside any ?diffidence :or' nerr vousness, ?and : toproduce ;: quality of-voice th...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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