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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918

THANKS. ^ -h. Mr and Mrs George Casey and family, of ''Spring£ields," Yannathan, desire to Thank their many kind friends and relatives for visits, letters, cards, and expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement, the death of their dear son and brother, Jack, who was killed in action.

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Queen Competition [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918

Queen Competition Queen of Yannathan (i\riss Klsie Bennett) ... 3996 Queen of Lang I-ang (Miss Porsfcer)' ... ... ... ... ... 2 (>40. Queen of Yallock Otiss J.ee son)" 2411 •

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918

ON ACTIVE SERVICE. No. 96, Private Percy C. Davis, 39 th Bat talion, killed in action " somewhere in France," on 31st August, after two years and three months' active service, beloved eldest son of C. J. and M. H. Davis, of Kooweerup, loving brother of Laura (Mrs. A. M'Leod, Kooweerup), Ethel (Mrs. J£. M'Leod, Warragul), George and Albert, loving uncle of Edna, Stanley, Rita and Ivy, aged 23 years and three months. He sleeps beside his comrades In a hallowed grave unknown, His name is written in letters of love Hy his dear ones left at home. Inserted by father, mother, brothers and sisters.

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 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. co a b O ,2 « s AH £32 . bp Ja m S3 -W L o 3 & M*g 9 a 1-5 <N t4 It? >> gfi d o O ^ K fa fo >» r-l 1,3 32 O >1 to O >5 fe o.H O J* 3 & > "a ■*» v< f3 3 cd +» (» c3 t5 Of ffl 5? Si «1 tso m a O 0) "aj p 02 August September October November Deceimber 15 8 19 5 17 3 17 21 14 19 12 22 19 31 28 26 8 9 12 6 10 4 14= 1 15 12 13 23 2 30 20 27 18 25 29 22 27 20 16 13 11 8 6 31 28 26 30 28 KORUMBURRA MARKET. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 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., Dandenong, Poowong, and Korumburra. BAN...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918

iSiiiTKL^ A.NH STOKES. O.T. Ltd (Incorporating P. G. Dixon & Co. and j. i nxon & Co./ are prepared to supply A i:.ied Waters and Cordials In unlimited quantities anywhere. In view ol the existing state of affairs in Australia it is advisable for Traders to make arrangements which will ensure regular supplies. This Company has large quantities ol ingredients in stock, also have their own Bottle VVorkz, three large factories in Australia equipped with the very latest improved machinery for turning outpure drinks, and are therefore in a ver^ favorable position to meet all require | ments. These lines are also obtainable ' from all Merchanta Write for Price-Liata. una The Australians who are fighting so ^ gloriously in France to-day are fighting to save your women kind from the fate here shown to you. Unless all^ive their help, Germany may yet win this War, or make so favourable a draw of it that her military strength and spirit will remain unbroken. Should this happen, ...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
His Little Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918

His Little Scheme. | Mrs. Owens: Mercy. John, there isn't a thing in the house fit to eat , Owens: I know it. Kate: that's whv T brought him home to dinner. 1 want i him to see how frugally we live. He's my principal creditor. —Boston Transcript.

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VICTIMS OF CIRCUMSTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918

VICTIMS OF CIRCUMSTANCE. A farce In real life was enacted some time ago at a suburban viiia in Ilford. The lady and gentleman oc cupying the villa decided to leave home for a holiday, but were ratlier uneasy about the safety of their home during their absence. Meeting I one of his neighbors, the husband | told him they were going to leave the house empty, and asked him if he would "keep an eye" on it. The gen ; tleman said certainly he would, but •unfortunately understood that tliey were leaving the same day. .Late that night the vigilant neigh I bor, actiug upon his instructions be j fore he retired to rest, went to "cast ; an eye" at his friend's house. To hi« j surprise he saw a light in the beu roon? of the presumably unoccupied liaise. and then saw it suddenly ex HPguished. The gentleman at once went off for a policeman, and, return ing with, one, the two men made a forcible entrance through the scul lery window, being carefu' to make no sound. They quietly made their way upsta...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NEW FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE. Story of the Only Nurse Who Has Been in the Belgian Trenches. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918

A NEW fuOKENCE NIGHTINGALE. Story of the Only Nurse Who Has Been in the Belgian Trenches. Surely of all the stories of astound ing bravery that the war lias yet pro duced that of Mile. Jeanne Perichon stands out. Although only twenty years old, Mile. Perichon volunteered as a nurse when war broke out, and has spent a considerable time in the actual lighting line, and has been awarded the Belgian Cross ot the Order of Leopold. King Albert him self presented the noble nurse with the decoration. Mile. Perichon is the daughter of a Brussels stockbroker, and for some time before the war had studied ambu lance and nursing work as a hobby. She had gamed a Red Cross certificate and as soon as war was declared vol unteered for service, and was accept ed. But ordinary nursing work was not enough for Mile. Perichon. She want ed to get to the front, to the trenches, to be near and help the men in the actual firing line. So she applied for a permit to visit the trenches, and after three weeks of...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918

341 Collins st., Melbourne Phone 554. Stations and Faim Lands Sold or Exchanged. Subdivisions of Wheat Land effected. Advances made on Country Securities. Call upon us or write.

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918

VARIETIES. Browne: But why do you ask me t< lend Mm a sovereign as a persons'! favor to you? Are you under obliga tion to him? Towne: No; but if you don't, he'll come to me for it. Benevolent Lady: But, my poor man, If yon have been looking for work all these years, why is it that you have titver found any? Tramp (confidentially): It's luck, mum; just sheer good luck. Sister; Now, as a medical student, Arty, do you think that one is likely to c&tch something from being kissed? Brother: Why, yes. Perhaps not a seasoned colonel or a full-fledged cap tain—but a green young curate, prob ably, Angy. Father: Sarah, I don't like that fel low who comes here to see you. Sarah: I don't see why not, pa. I'm sure he bears the impress of a gentle man. Father (wriggling his foot): Well, il he comes again he'll bear the impress of another gentleman. "Don't be too anxious to get a hus band," said the wise matron. "Don"' go around hunting for one." "Think I should just sit down am...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ABOUT ROUMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918

ABOUT ROUMANIA. To King Charles Roumania owes most of its modern development. He who died in October last was one «f i the most . progressive of monarchs. He buili up an army of the first class, ' carried out great national works, in- j spired and supported an educational ■system, encouraged railway develop ment, and organised the agriculture of the country so effectively that Rou mania is now one of the principal j grain-s\porting countries of the | world. i To-day the peasants hold close up- j on a Trillion small holdings. This is j the more remarkable in view of the j fact that at one time the whole of the land of the country was practical- I ly held by the boyards, or inferior no- j hies, the peasants merely owning | small patches of land adjacent to J their huts or hovels. j The manufacturing industries, greatly handicapped by the cheap pro- j ductions of Germany and Austria, in- j elude flour and saw-milling, match- j making, petroleum distilling, tanning. { boot and shoe-maki...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918

SUPPORT THE AUSTRALIAN COY., I L Oo A. , (The Insurance Office of Australia, 1 Limited). Hay Stacks, Fencing and Sheep, INSURED a gainst F6RE. Agents WANTED In Districts where not represented. 87 Queen Street, Melbourne).. P. C. R, FULLER, Manager.

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Picturesque Corps. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918

A Picturesque Corps. An amazing episode, which set many an officers' mess ringing with laughter after the danger had passed, concern ed some of our troops in the Cri mean campaign. Owing to one «f the violent storms peculiar to these parts in winter, a cavalry squadron had not merely its tents blown into the Black Sea. but most of the men's clothes and helmets : followed suit. By ill-chance the alarm bugle was sounded shortly afterwards, and the unfortunate fellows had to make the best shift in their power, many of them appearing garbed in a picturesque deshabille which had nev I cr before been seen—and perhaps never would be again—in a crack Bri tish cavalry regiment. As they advanced at the double a mighty stir arose on their flank. The "prepare for cavalry" bugle-call cut the air like a knife, and infantry were seen deploying with feverish ac tivity. Another minute and it is hard to say what might have happen ed, but, luckily, at this Juncture an orderly rode up and inquired of t...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SNUBBED BY A QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918

SNUBBED BY A QUEEN. The Queen of Italy is even more j dr.mooral.in Uian her husband, and on more than one occasion she has ad ministered a smart, snub to people who have put on "side." Once, when j Her Majesty was visiting Montenegro j — her native; country—she announced j her intention of revisiting on foot the j mountains about Cettinge, and told her Italian ladies-in-waiting to he ready for her at six o'clock on the following morning. At the appointed time, the Queen -was ready, dressed in a very simple walking costume, and all her ladies had turned up sim ilarly attired, except one. About a quarter of an hour after wards. the missing lady appeared, but dressed up "fit to kill." Slie "wore a gown with a train, carried a scent bottle in her hand, and had high-heei ed kid boots. The Queen looked at her quietly Tor a moment., and then, with a free zing smile, said: "1 think, my dear, that you are iooking very pale, and as you are evi dently not. well you had better not undertake suc...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SO SOLVED. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918

SO SOLVED. 'One of the most amusing conclu sions to a lawsuit came under my no tice,' narrates a legal luminary. 'A woman had g-one to law on tlif plea that t.he man who owned an ad joining farm had robbed her of 8 pig. The testimony was so bewilder ing that the justice decreed that th< pig should be killed and divider equally between the parties. To thii both man and woman demurred. Th€ pig was too young to kill, and more oer was "a family pet," and it would be heartless to deprive him of life. 'Thou the perplexed justice, having j learned that both parties were single, was inspired by an idea worthy oi Solomon. ' "Why don't you marry, and keep the pig in the familyP" lie said. 'This was a suggestion worth con sidering, so the parties retired foi consultation. Each was -over fifu years of age, and in a position to at rive at a quick conclusion. They cam* blusing into the court and e^pressec their perfect willingness to fall it with the happy suggestion. They wen I marrie...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLEVERLY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918

CLEVERLY PUT. In a certain West Country villagi lives a blacksmith, whose chief fail ing is an inordinate fondness foi drink, and one of whose principal virtues is a genuine admiration fo; the clergyman of the parish. Th> latter became greatly perturbed in re gard to the blacksmith's drinking pro pensities, and resolved t.o speak verj plainly to the erring one. One day, when his parishioner wa; evidently intoxicated, the clergym;;: met him, and spoke to him concert, ing his conduct. \Folin/ said he, very gravely, 'tltu surely, is an awful way to bring u• your sons. . What can you ever e.\ pect to make of them?' This faithful appeal had, undo.;b> "edly, some effect -on him to whim it was addressed, and he looked ;i the clergyman with a gleam of tin affeoiion in his eyes, and a sensatio: of choking in his throat. 'Well, sir,' the blacksmith at la« repliud. 'I hope to make my two la-1 wh-at it's not possible for you to makt your two ' 'And what is that?" responded *b clergyman, s...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918

"Patons" Florists | 7 ItAlIjWAV HUILDINUS, f rjLlNniCKS STKEKT, | MELBOURNE. | lit.'st House 111 Town for Choice Flow- 8 i-rs an<l Plants of every Mud. § Funeral Wreaths anil Mourning Km- j) blems, Wedding; liomiuets and Baskets, > Kirtliday and lion Voyage Souvenirs. £ Fruit. Trees, Oranges and Lemons, B lMiul>arl> and Asparagus Koofs. | Eucalyptus, Wattles, and other shel- g ter t rees. 8 Twelve Packets Choice Flower Seeds | posted for 2/0. J Seedlings, 3/- per doz. bundles, as- E sorted. ? Choice Iiose Plants, 12/- doz.; Stan- | dards, 30/- doz. jj Country Orders by Wire or 'Phone g receive Immediate Attention. B 'Phon» 544. |

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GIRLS EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918

THE GIRLS' EDUCATION. The foundation of society rests n. its homes. The success of our home. rests 011 the wives. Therefore, lirst o all, teach our girls how to be success ful wives. Begin in their infancy !• develop their characters. 'JVaeii th«": that jealousy is an knmoraiiiy i gossip a vice. Train them !•> keci the; smallest promise i*.s sacred'y ;; an oath. Teach them to luok 0:1! f > the best quality in every one ilun meet, and to notice other people': faults only to avoid them. Train them to d<> small things well and io delight in helping others, anc instil constantly into their minds liu necessity of sacrifice for others' sure as a means of soul developmeni Once given a firm foundation o character like this, and, no matin what necessity arises, your girls wi!' be able to rise above it. Teach them the value of makim th-em selves attractive by good health physical development, neat dress, anc perfeot cleanliness. The wortln woman must learn that her worti l...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNBLISSFUL IGNORANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918

UNBLISSFUL IGNORANCE. The men who have occupied impor tant posts in state-craft have not al ways been men of "light" as we]] as leading. We lost Java to France be cause Lord Liverpool knew uothin?. about it. "Java? Where is Java?' he said. "Let France have it." Sim ilarly we let France have Chanderna gore, a territory of some three and a jalf square miles in the heart of Ben gal. Once it rivalled Calcutta in tra ding importance. It was bombarded and captured by the English in 1757, restored six years later, then twice re taken. In 1S16 it was finally restored to the French because our Foreign Minister believed it to be one of the West Indian Islands. But ignorancc of geography does not wholly belong to the past. A British Ambassador of our own time has been heard seriouslj to ask if Madras is not near the Cape of Good Hope, and whether the twc places are connected by railway.

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOBLE SILENT MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 September 1918

NOBLE 8ILENT MEN. Noble silent men are scattered hera &nd there whom no newspaper makefi mention of. A country that has none or few of these is in a bad way; a forest that has no roots, all turned into leaves and boughs, must wither and be no forest. The first sign of a truly powerful nature is noticeable in the demeanor. Performance comes later and does not surprise us, for it has already beer pledged by the behavior. A man of this description may b<l gentle, modest and unassuming, never pressing himself into notice, and yet we do notice him, for we cannot help it; and he has an air of self-command and self-poise, an absence of heat or passion, or strain or exaggeration, a courteous hospitality to another's thought, a firm and decisive utterance of his own, an individuality which sur rounds him, protecting him from as sault by enforcing respect—all ol which combine to assure us of a power In reserve that cannot fail to make itself known, though in what di rection...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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