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Church Notices September 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 September 1918
Church Notices :o: September 15. , Anglican (Kith Sunday alter Trini ty).—Yannathan, 11 a.m. ; Yallock, 3 p.m. ; Lang .Lang, 7 p.m.—Rev. K. Hamilton, of St. George's, Wonthag gL Gippsland Diocesan . Home Mission Fund Sunday will lie observed on Sunday next, preceded by the week of self-denial in all C'hurch of Eng land services. .The special preacher •will be' the vicar of St. George's, Wonthaggi. Presbyterian. — Lang Lang, Ll ; Kooweerup, 3 (memorial service for the late Private T. Hethune) ; Yan nathan, 7.—Rev. "NT. .lahoor, B.A.
Strong Action Wanted. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 September 1918
Strong Action Wanted. (To the Kditor.) Mir,—it, is high time something was done to stop certain landowners from' running 30 or 40 horses on the pub lic roads at Yannathan. Apart, from the fact that they are 011 the roatls, they are suffering from glanders. a very infectious disease, and several have already died. These horses arc coughaing and sliming about the roads, to the danger of other far mers' horses. I say it is little short of scandalous, and these animals ought to ,be quarantined or sihot. If something is not done soon, and that very quickly, someone will "take action*in a very serious manner. Are the small farmers to run the: risk of infection and lose their horses simply because these men with plenty of acres do as they like ? Strong action is wanted at once, or something will happen. '"KATI-J •rf-nvri i (Our correspondent will note j the advertisement in to-day's issue, I whereby the Council rlnnls witii matter. -F;dJ
Market Reports DANDENONG MARKET, SEPT. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 September 1918
Market Reports :o: DANIVFA'ONG MAllKET, SEPT. 10. I Alex. Scott and Co., Joseph ClarkQ and Co., and Adamson, Strettle and Co., conjointly report : — A very heavy yarding of all classes of cat tle, including a big percentage of milkers and springers, which met a dragging sale, except for a few choice cows. Rome ol the principal lots as follows :—Milkers—I. West, four to £24; J. Hardy, one at £17 15s; J. Mickle, three to £20; F. Ivirkham, two to £17 5s; T. Bregazzi, two to £23; R. TTallinan,, two to £21 5s; W. Hore, one at £18 15s; .1. .lohns, one at £18 10s: 1). "M'Lellan, one at £17 15s; A. Blackmore, one at £17 5s: "P. Leek, one at £1(5 5s; F. Sanderson, one at £10. Springers—A. Ford, two to £19 15s; \V. Stephens, twelve to £18 7s Gd; II. (.'amble, three to £17 15s; Bourke Bros., one at £18; -1. .Warwick, three to £11 10s; F. V'ou glas, one at £15 10s; K. Angus, one at £1(5 2s (id; \\". Bourke, live to £1(5; Li. Kevillo, one at £18; A. Hunt three to £12 5s. Fat cows, £19 7s fid. St...
Tooradin Chatter. PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 September 1918
Tooradin Chatter. (By -J.D.S.) PERSONAL. Mr Frank Callanan is to be shortly entertained at the Tooradin Hall by a committee of representative gentle men. The date of the function is not definitely fixed, but it will eventuate during the coming full moon. ANGLING. Inquiries are coming from all quar ters to ascertain if fish are coming on the bite. We have to advise, how ever, that schnapper, whiting and bream are not catching yet, but rock cod and flathead may be hook ed. Towards the end of the month some of the local boats will go down the bay "prospecting," baiting with mussel and bonita, and expeot to thus open the coming season. - NEW STATION M ASTER. Mr N. Finnie, hailing from West mere, Western Plains, near Hamil ton, where he has been stationed for 2 A years, has taken up his duties at Tooradin, in succession to Mr Tas sell. Judging from his business trans actions with the new S.M., we are the happy possessors of a courteous and obliging official. SUNDAY TRAIN. The following l...
Council Notes. Cr. Hill had a lot of questions to ask the secretary, as follow:— [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 September 1918
Council Notes. — :o: (Jr. Hill had a lot of questions to ask the secretary, as follow :— 1. What is the position of Queen's road, Pearcedale, and has the Coun cil made any promise about it ? 2. What is the position of the angle road at the back of Tooradin as re hards opening' it up ? , 3. AVhat is the position of the road between the Tooradin and Dalmorq stations, south of the railway line ? What part belongs to the Council, j and what part to the Victorian Rail ways, and has any steps been taken ' to render the same fit for traffic ? j 4. What is the position of Manks' ; road east of the reserve to .James Bros., and what promise, if any, has been made regarding the Completion of the formation thereon ? ! 5. What is the position of the Bal- ' larto road between McGregor's drain and Cardinia ? Is the same leased to anybody ; if so, who, and has the rental been paid into revenue ? j 6- What were the conditions under which the plans of the Devon Mea dows subdivision were sealed, and a...
Farmers, Wake Up! [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 September 1918
Farmers, ¥/ake Up S ■ :o: — The primary producer is an indi vidual who for the most part is in tent on primary production. So en grossed is he in that direction that he is generally about 99 per cent, producer and 1 per cent, self-protec tionist. Now and again a few level headed men get together and try to yank him out of his pit of sluggard l.V indifference to his own welfare. I he producer pricks his ears similar to a rabbit when he thinks there is a dog around somewhere, and hops oil into the scrub or into a burrow un til the danger goes by. He thinks that all he has to do to better his condition is to graft from dark till it gets dark again, and has no time to think of leagues and unions and such like. He has no time to attend meetings and worry out the problem why potatoes are cheap and every thing else amazingly dear. The cheap ness of the potato or of the particu lar brand of produce he is raising is a never-ending source of concern to him, but it onty inspires him to graft a...
CLYDE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 September 1918
CLYDE NOTES. :o: During last week a very enjoyable evening was spent at "Bonnie View," the residence of Mr J. T. Cromb, who resided at Yallock for a number of years. The friends and family of Mr and Mrs Cromb met to wish Mr Cromb "many happy returns of the day." Various gifts were received, showing the esteem in which Mr Cromb is held. We also join in the wish he will long be spared to spend many happy returns of the day. ♦ *«*-** There seems to be a large demand for local sand. Mr "A. Wright has | been receiving inquiries in regard to the available sand upon his property. The sand is of first-class quality, and the traffic will swell the revenue from the local station. A large number of local racegoers attended the Hunt Club races. The club races are generally well patro nised by the Clydites, but as usual the only ones to make money were the "bookies."
Damage at Tooradin. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 September 1918
Damage at Tooradin. ! ) (By .1.1).8.) We have again the spectacle of be ing face to face with the cruel rav ages of flood water madly flinging it- ' self over the fertile districts of Clyde, Tooradin, Dalmore and Koo weerup, and for that matter most of the State itself. Throughout the dis trict we referred to and that which we are particularly concerned with the whole of the country-side was completely inundated, inflicting very considerable damage, impossible to replace or recover; transforming the country into expansive lakes or in land seas. So great was the flood at certain given points that it reached to the window sills of several public halls and schools. In the homes of many farmers the water rose, two to three feet, and drove the occupants to the point of desperation in their endeavors to save their stock and property from the destructive em brace of the relentless (looded wa ters. Crops throughout the submerg ed areas, buried beneath the waters for days, are hopelessly los...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 September 1918
COKRKSl'OX 1 >KN L't;. 1*'roni Dandenong Repat rial ion Com mil Let'. rii adjustment, of boundaries.—Re ferred to local committee. From Country ltoads Hoard, forward ing' statement of expenditure for year ending iU)Lh •lune. —Jleceived. I'i'oni 'Municipal Association of Vic toria. that they could not assist finan cially in the appeal of the Boroughs of (.Jot.'long- West and Newtown and Chilwell. — Dealt with. From 'Depart incut, of Repatriation. re appointment, of a local coniniittee. l-'rom Shire of l-'rankston and Mastitis's, to warding copies of letters, r.e damage In motor traliic to roads, and asking the Council to adopt a similar procedure.— 1 ieCeived. From Central .Loan Coniniittee of Vic loria. re form ing of comniittees to make seventh war loan a success.—Received. l-'rom Lauds depart uient, forwarding tracing. of road through allot. 101?', parish of Yallock.—Secretary to write to Railway department., asking for tracing of plan. l-'rom Municipal Association of Vic toria...
Raid by a Tank. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 September 1918
Raid by a Tank. ;0.' Althou(^«tJiere will be no machine guns moiftrtejl within it, a tank will raid South Gippsland, leaving Mel bourne on 10th inst. It will not be altogether a. mere peaceful procession through the streets. It will be a seri ous, deadly affair, an affair in which those who man the tank have sworn to succeed or die. The various towns are to be taken by storm, and the inhabitants are to be induced to ap ply for War Loan bonds. No excuse will be taken from anyone. Those with but little capital will be asked to give according to their means, even as will those who are possessed of a goodly share of this world's goods. Fortunately, the tank engaged in this raid will not be the one recently imported into Australia from the other side of the world. If that tank came into the town it would mean bidding a long farewell to the road ways, for the genuine goods in tanks weighs 35 tons, and would breaK up the roads' and smash down practical ly every bridge over which it at temp...
Ball at Five Mile. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 September 1918
Ball at Five Mile. The postponed ball, in aid of the Queen of Erin (Miss Savage) came off at the local hall on Tuesday night, and was very successful. There was a good attendance, visitors be ing present from Tooradin, Koowee rup, and Cora Lynn. The secretary, Mr M. Lavelle, worked very ener getically for this function, and to his efforts can be ascribed much of its success. Another who contributed largely to its success was Mrs D. M'Namara, who was specially thank ed by Mr Savage during the evening in a speech, expressing appreciation of that lady's services, and also to all those who had attended and help ed in other ways. Excellent music was provided by Mr Gee, of Iona, the time being perfect, and gave &nbsp; great satisfaction. The floor of this hall needs more attention to make it perfect for dancing, but after being under a foot of water for several days it could hardly be expected to be all that could be desired. The Hall committee also need a forcible reminder that t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918
TO OCR RFAPFRS. Wo want correspondents every where, and will be glad to hear from : anyone willing to assist. The usual rules will be observed. Copy must, be written in ink, on one side of thn paper only, and should reach this odice as early as i possible, and not later than Tues- j day. j We will be glad to get soldiers' | letters from the front, and invite people to send them in. We will also be pleased to receive social paragraphs, pars, about peo ple, stock, land, crops—anything of j public interest. We wish to make i his paper a worthy representative of your district, and you may help us. Anything that is worth talking about is worth printing. Address all letters to :—The Edi tor, "Sun and Guardian," Koowee rup. j\lr .1. TTogan has donated a. pony to the Lang Lang Queen Fund. ***** The Rev. .laboor, who tried to enlist as a chaplain, has been in formed that thei'e are no vacancies, and that names have been on the list for the past three years, waiting for a call. * c * * •* * C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918
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Flood Protection. MEETING OF KOOWEERUP AND DALMORE FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918
MKKTINC Ol'1 KOiiU'EEHUI.' AX 1 > DA LMOUE FARMERS. A large and representative meeting of fanners in the Kooweerup and Dal more districts was held on the Canlinia Drainage Reserve on Friday last to discuss the drainage question. After the election of .Mr M. Dalley as chairman, and Mr A. F. Coch rane as secretary, Mr Dal ley stated that as everyone present was aware the Water Commission had, pending the completion of the main Cardinal scheme, agreed to carry out certain work in order to provide some mea sure of relief from Hooding to the large area of agricultural land on the east and west sides of the Drainage Reserve. The farmers had, owing to the scarcity of labor, done a portion of the work on the drains, hut as they had to attend also to the work on their respective farms, such drains were far from completion. No relief could he-expected until such drains were finished, and the question of paramount importance to all con cerned was Jo get (hem completed at once if a repetitio...
Cup Fancies [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918
Cop Fancies :o: For t he ('an Wield ("up Biplane holds pride of place. F.i hiopian, lLu si'liins. Pnnwil, Prince Viridis, llael .ocin, Mount All", Uedfern and Wo laroi following in that order. Kd rimrion, a stable mate of Kin&lt;r OfTa, is well 1 bought of. Alajor Bill is a L;'ood outsider. Ki-nnaqtiluiir, I »esert Cold. Arch: Al.-iivlla, Coir d'Or and i'oitrol are leading fancies for Jthe Melbourne j ('no. Kslland. l.in.u'le, Thana, 'Fin mark and Kin.tv OfTa heiii"' mentione&lt;l. Publican, Panacre, and Poifrina are the fancies for Hie F.psom. and Ketmaquhair for the 'Metropolitan. A link* bird bus whispered around I .a n g Lang t hat several of the "knuts" took the skit on their Yan nai lian irip with a. very bad grace. (The Pierrots thought they were good sports.) * ' * * * » A dance in aid of the Queen oi Lang Lang was held in the Me chanics' Hall on Wednesday, 11th inst. Tho.se littlegatherings are very popular—good music, good lloor and good partners all are th...