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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 21 August 1918
Professional Advertisements. rvi,:rlin Private Hospital and Convalescent Home 1 ..VXGIIORNE ST., DANDENONG. MISS' AHERN, TUA1NKD XUJISI3. .Medical. Surjrical, .Maternity. fertilicates from St. Vincent's and the Women's Hospital. Melbourne. Tel., Pandenong 52. GEO. W. VOWELL, Barrister and Solicitor, 8+1 COLLINS STRICT, Melbourne. Mr Vowell visits Dandenong and may consulted at his odice there cvery Tuesday or hy appointment. VOICF. I'UODUCTION AND SINGING. Miss Victoria Coulston, L.A.B. (Late Soloist Scots' Church, Collins-st. Honors Koyal Academy (Local centre. Visits VAN NATHAN Evcrv FRIDAY. I'npils prepared for All Examinations. 3 IviVL-rsdale Koad, Hawthorn. Lawrence L. Rostron Telephone—Central 9274, and Dande nong 21. Solicitor ete., OFFICE—LONSDALE ST., Dandenong. (Opposite Post Office). Attends Local Courts as Required. Melbourne Address—11G&lt; QUEEN STREET. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND Mr Rostron may be consulted at the Dandenong office daily. Pennycross Private Hospital, ...
The Kooweerup "Sun" AND Land Land Guardian News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 21 August 1918
The Kooweerap " Sun " AND Irang X,ang Quardiaa News of the Week. Owing to shortage of space, a num ber of articles have had to be held over until next issue. Lang Lang A.L-P. held a meeting on Monday night to consider a pro gramme for September 20th. After considerable discussion it was decid ed to have a euchre tournartlent, fol lowed by a dance. The price of tic kets was fixed at—Double, 2s 6d; euchre only, Is; dance only. Is 6d; ladies, free. Second Lieutenant C. R. G. Livock, who is a brother of Mr H. J. Livock, of Lang Lang, has gained a commis sion in the Imperial Forces; has got his M.C., and was also mentioned in despatches. He enlisted from Caater ton two years ago as a private, and with four others has been transferred to the Imperial Forces. (Jr. M'Gregor has donated a ton of chad to Lang Lang queen competi tion. On Wednesday, July 14, there was a well-attended meeting at the Board Room of Lang Lang Mechanics' to organise a list of festivities to swell the finances of the...
Church Services. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 28 August 1918
Church Services. •A' .SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. [ Anglican.—Yannathan, 11 and 7 ; Yallock, 3 ; Lang Dang, 7. Rev. N. j Danne. ~ Presbytex-ian. — Ijang Lang, 11 ; Kooweerup, 3'; Yallock, 7. Rev-. N. I'M. .Taboor, B.A.
The Shire Elections. MR J. HARDY RETURNED, MR SIMPSON HILL ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 28 August 1918
, _ The Shire Elections, ! MR -J. IIAUDY RETURNED, j j MR SIMPSON I-IILL ELECTED. The elections in Cranbourne and 'JPooradin Ridings of the Shire took place on Thursday. Polling was con ducted quietly, and chief interest cen : tred in the contest between Mr E. I Oallanan and Mr Simpson Iiill. A : close fight was expected, and both , sides were fairly confident. It came ! as a shock, however, to many of Mr Oallanan's supporters when the final results were posted. Mr Hill's ma jority at the Cranbourne booth put him in. Hie had a majority of ten at Kooweerup, and also scored well with postal votes. Mr Oallanan had small majorities at Tooradin, Uang warrin and Pearcedale. Mr Hardy had an easy victory over Mr Kent, with a majority of 110 votes. Results :— J CRANBOURNE RIDING. Hardy. Kent. Cranbourne 151 71 Lynd hurst 60 33 Postal Votes ... 51 48 26.2 152 Majority for Hardy, 110.
Kooweerup Carnival. PROFIT OF NEARLY £190. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 28 August 1918
Kooweerup Carnival. I | ;o: 1 PKOFIT OF NEARLY £190. i A well-attended meeting was held on Tuesday evening to wind up the lvooweerup Patriotic Carnival; Mr S. ICason, president, in the chair. The balance-sheet, as printed in I another column, showed a profit of £189 14s 8d, and was adopted. In regard to the disposal of the surplus, a letter was read from Mary M. Mathison, lion, secretary to Red Cross Home Hospital Comrhittee, Caulfield, pointing o\it that the Hos pital was well supplied with wheeled invalid cots and that tricycle chairs would be more useful, while gramo phones would be very acceptable, as they afforded considerable pleasure to ; the boys. In fact, the committee is fairly besieged for gooo gramophones and records. , The previous proposal to furnish ' cots had, therefore, to be reconsider ed. It was very evident that it would j be foolish to send what was not re quired in preference to that which . was urgently needed. Accordingly, it it was agreed to rescind the prev...
Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 28 August 1918
Progress Asscdalicnt. -:o: The above association met on ; Tuesday evening. Letters were receiv- I ed from Cranhourne Council with re gard to the drainage and the light ing, particulars of which have been published in our columns. j • It was decided to accept the tender for the three'lamps at £6 per annum, ! the association to', call for tenders for lighting two additional lamps. A good deal of .discussion took place over the -- drainage . question, which is likely to be a_ burning ques tion until such- time as the authori ties see fit to step in arid carry out a very urgently needed reform. With the warm weather coming on, the stagnated state of the drains must be a serious menace to public health, and it is high time something was done. The petition with regard to the suggested drainage scheme was laid on the table by the. president, who 'pointed out that the people were practically asked to sign a blank cheque, inasmuch as the amount of the rate to be paid was not specified thereo...
DANDENONG MARKET, AUG. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 28 August 1918
DANDENONTt MARKET, AUG - 27. Alex. Scott and Co., Joseph Clarke and Co., and Adamson, Strettle and Co., conjointly, report :—A heavy yarding of all classes of cattle. "Milk ers artd springers were easier, except ing a few odd good cows; fleshy cat tle were in demand at high prices, and stores at late rates. Some of the principal sales were as follow :—Milk ers—T. Telford seven to £26 10s, J. West four to £23, J. Hughes one at £21 os, Lea Corrigaii two to £21, N. Bowman one at £21, E. Greaves three to £20, •!. Kingston three to £18 15s, J.TIowley one at £18 15s, F. Sanderson one at £18;- J. J.« Cochrane one at £18, S. Kingston one at £17 10s, Geo. Keys two to £17-5s, A. W. Taylor one at £16, and drafts for others to £15. Spring ers—W. M'Guire two to £18, Bourke Bros, four to £17 10s, W. S. 'Coch rane one at £17, W. Stephens two to £16 15s, J. New one at £16 2s 6d, Milo Bourke two to £17, A. J ones four to £16, E. J. Greaves two to £1610s, R. Koepveld two to £16, R. Phillips four to £...
MILITARY MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 28 August 1918
^ MILITARY MEMS. | Mr W. Ingamells, of Lang Lang, j has received word of the death of his : youngest brother, Private Stanley I Gordon Ingamells, who was killed, in | action on August 8, '1918. He was 20 ! years and 11 months of age, and has been in the A.I.F. twelve months. Another brother, Signaller R. H. In gamells, has seen three years and three months' active service, and has been wounded three times and gassed. In the 425th casualty list issued on Monday appears the following names :—Private J. O'Shea, Koowee rup, died of wounds; Pte. A. Gunn (Iona), Pte. E. Phillips (Loch), Pte. j }.]. J. Ralph (Longwarry), gassed. , Pte. Phillips has been gassed twice. ! Mrs Townson, of Kooweerup, re- 1 ceived a wire on Thursday from the j Defence department that her brother, ! Lt. J. S. Harris, had been wounded. Since the above was received a reas suring cablegram has been received from Lt. Harris that lie is doing well. He enlisted from Kerang, where his people resided. Mr George Crespin, ...
CLEARING SADE, DANDENONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 28 August 1918
CLEARING SADE, DANDENONG. Adamson, Strettle and Co. Pty. Jj'td. report ho]ding a clearing sale on account Mr W. P. Ordish on Aug. 21, when" they disposed of his cattle, horses, implements, and household furniture to a large attendance of buyers and_a_good sale. Springers, £15 15s to £18 17s fid; poddies, to £■(> 5s. Yearling draughts in low con dition to £9 15s; aged mares, to £10. Implements and sundries at good values.
Farmers' Union Social. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 28 August 1918
Farmers' Union Social, i I A social evening was held in the Yannathan Hall on Wednesday even ing, August JL4, to celebrate the first annual meeting of the Yannathan . branch of the Victorian Farmers' Union. A cordial invitation had been issued by the committee to everyone in the district, and gratification was felt by the hosts at the hearty way in which the invitations were accept ed, over 200 being present. Every effort had been made to provide an instructive and enjoyable programme, and though several disappointments were met with as regards speakers, those who were able to be present made such good use of the occasion that their addresses were listened to with the utmost attention and inter est. Willing hands had decorated the hall, a very charming and graceful ef fect being secured with soft blossoms of wattle and tree lucerne, bowls of daffodils and jonquils, and a magni ficent mass of crimson camellias, * which were banked along the top of the piano. A large facsimile of the ...
Clearing Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 28 August 1918
Clearing Sale. —— :u — Monday,. September 2.—(In con junction with Gippsland, Northern Co-operative Selling and Insurance Company.) At one o'clock, on Thompson's farm, M'Gregor's drain, two miles from Kooweerup, unreserv ed sale of cattle, horses, farm im plements, household furniture and sundries.
Tooradin Chatter. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 28 August 1918
Tooradim Chatter. I (By J.D.S.Y The Blind Concert Party, under the management of the genial and kindly Mr Muir, gave an excellent entertaiii men^.here on Saturday night before a-fulliand an appreciative audience. Mr .J dhyt'son's pianoforte overture en deared" hinv.at once with all as a ^gift|d ...and'1',-charming pianist, and .though 'blind from infancy, he die played the taastcr hand over a wide range of' Accompaniments during the evening.. Messrs Tilly and Barkell and Miss Drummond, similarly blind from infancy, each in his or her particular items submitted very charming and attractive turns, in every instance be ing recalled. Miss Davidson's rich mellow contralto was specially de lightful, and she was punished by re peated recalls7 T\Ir Muir's slight of hand tricks was amply amazing and mystifying, and proved a most inter esting turn. This artist is wonderful ly versatile and a clever entertaining show on his own. Mr T. H. Fitz gerald, .J/P., thanked those present for their atte...
Rainfall Following is the rainfall at Lang Lang:—July—342. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 28 August 1918
Rainfall Following is the rainfall at L.ang Lang J ulv—342. August.—5th, 2 points; (5th, '18.; 7th, 48; 8th, 2; 9th, 37; 10th, 12: 13th, 5; 14th, 13; 15th, 1 ; 1.7 th, 1; 21st, 12; 22nd, 3; 2,3rd, 14; 25th, 12. Total. ISO. KOOVv.l:;.oliUf. 1918. •January, 19(5 points; February, 03; March, 414,- April, 117; May, 517; .June, 209; .July, 235. Average rainfall for lft years, 30 in. 77 pts.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 28 August 1918
Thanks. Mr and Mrs S. H. Mills desire to tender Sincere Thanks- for letters, cards, and expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement (the late Sergt. A. C. Williams}, and par ticularly to Rev. N. M. Jaboor, and to both Ladies' arid Gentlemen's branches of the Farmers' tJhion. Thanks. Mr and Mrs W. B. Mills wish to Thank their many kind friends for letters, cards, and expressions of sympathy in their recent sad be reavement (Miss Flo. M'Donald)', and also the Ladies' and Men's Branches of the V.F.U., Kooweerup.
Lang Lang Court A LENIENT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 28 August 1918
I Lang Lang Ccuri ! A LENIENT DECISION. ! The Lang- Lang Court on Monday j was presided over by Messrs E. Cou ! gle (chairman), A. M'Millan, and D. ! .1. Bourke, J's.P. Mr V, Tanner, j P.M., was unable to attend, being en gaged on other business. j The first case called on was that of j Constable Cole v. Thomas Patrick | Corbett, charged with using obscene ! language at Royal Hotel, Koowee rup, on July 29 last. | The prosecuting ofticer detailed the facts of the case, which were to the effect that defendant became very violent and attempted to damage the hotel property, seizing the cash re- J gister and trying to pull it off the j counter, and putting his foot through j a door. He, also used very-bad langu- | ■ age. .Defendant was very violent j • when in drink. He had intended to j \ rests for a full penalty, but defen- > dant had signified his willingness to j have a prohibition order taken out &lt; against himself, and accordingly he • j asked the bench to consent to a...
Co-operative Flax Co. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 28 August 1918
Cooperative Flax Co. .Several members of the provisional committee of the proposed Flax Co. met as arranged at Cr. M'Gregor's residence on Monday evening, viz., Cr. M'Gregor (chair)", S. Christie, J. Hardy, .J no. >1 ames, G. Burhop, L. Coates, M. D. Mills, and the secre tary (A. W. Giles). The delegates, Cr. D. M'Gregor, S,. Christie, •) ohn .lames, and H. D. Mills, reported having visited Drouin and inspected^ the flax mill, also the plant at ^the Tenal establishment at Pentridge, and gave a brief outline of the infor mation gained. It was decided that the secretary write to the Commonwealth Flax Committee, asking whether it is pos sible for the proposed committee to lease the entire flax plant, including sheds, at present at the Penal estab lishment, and if so at what price ; ' also if option of purchase over same will be given, and at what figure. Tt was also decided to ask that if the Government instal a plant in the district to treat the 1918 crop, will i they define in wri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 28 August 1918
Auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents, Land and Estate Agents Dandenong, Leongatha, Korumburra, Poowong, Bass, Loch, and Lang Lang. Dandenong Market Every Tuesday. Horse Sales Monthly at Dandenong. Clearing Sales Conducted in all parts of the State. Tel. No. 11, Dandenong. Dates of Sales for 1918. 1918. c & o « »! aj XI fltH 5 5P -H .ph CO « 0 XS ' CflXl CQ t3 fa o 5? 3 Q) O XJ & bo's S T3 .&lt;5 c M « d S3 -p •a# 2.S fctJS o O h o 3 o f* qfe. bO Q jsj, o !H O l&lt; 3 >> > -o ±3 ^ a a cS -P u eS CS 00 s % 8 "2 w s boOT - £ o a; Q 02 August ... 15 8 22 8 9 23 2 30 16 31 September ... 19 5 19 12 6 20 27 13 28 October ... ... 17 3 17 31 10 4 18 25 11 26 November ... 21 14 28 14 1 15 29 22 8 30 December 19 12 26 12 13 27 20 6 28 KORUMBURRA MARKET. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. At 12 o'clock sharp. JOSEPH CLARKE & CO. Beg to notify that they will sell at the Korumburra yards on above date: Entries invited with— JOSEPH CLARKE & CO., Dandenon...
Escape From French Island [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 28 August 1918
Escape From French fsland Still another escape from French island was* reported to the T^ang Hang- police on Saturday. A number of men from the island were engaged on telephone works^ Taylor was sent to get some tools from another gang working at the Bluff, and came back to the jetty with the .articles. During the temporary absence of the officer in charge, he disappeared into the tea tree, and although his absence was soon discovered no trace has been found of him. Chief-officer Quirk says that Taylor, who was a. short sentence man, appeared to be the most contented and cheerful man on the inland, and there was no antici pation that he would try to escape. It was evident that the opportunity to secure his freedom proved "too much for him, although, for that matter, he could have secured a chance to get away before had he been inclined to take it. Taylor is about 5ft. Gin. higii ; weight about 9st. 7Tb. ; brown hair and blue eyes, and had about a fort night's growth of heard. He was...
The Kooweerup "Sun" AND Lang Lang Guardian News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 28 August 1918
JTtl^'Kg^weeriip " Sim " AND t,ang lang G-H-a.rdia:a At St. .John's II. C. Church, Koo weorup, on Sunday, there was a pleasing ceremony, although the oc casion for it in the approaching de parture of an old resident was ting ed with regret. -Mrs Maho», who is a 25 years' resident of Ivooweerup, is" about to live, in Melbourne. Tier fami ly are all married and away, and life has become very lonely here for her. On Sunday the adherents of the church took the opportunity to show their high regard for her in a practi cal way. Councillor .1. T. O'Brien, on behalf of the congregation, pre sented the lady with a gold cross and chain; and in doing so spoke •highly of the family, whom he had known for a long time. The late Mr [ Mahon always kept the church I grounds in good order, and had been in Kooweerup before there was a | church._Atrs Mahon feelingly respond ed, and thanked them for the gift. The marriage of Mr Leslie J. O'Riordan to Miss Margaret Colvin took place at St. Brigid's R.C. ...