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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 25 September 1918

YALLOCK Queen Competition. Will be held in aid above on tlie Kooweeru'p Recreation Reserve Wednesday, Qctober Programme. RACES for CHILDREN during the afternoon. 1. Maiden Foot Race, 100yds, 10s. Entry Is. 2. Sheffield Handicap. 100yds, 10s. Entry Is. 3. Walking Match, quarter mile, 10s Entry Is. 4. Walk, Trot and Gallop, 1st £\, second 10s. Entry 2s. 5. Kicking Football, 10s. Entry Is. 6. Stepping the Chain, 10s. Entry Is 7. Throwingat Wicket, 10s. Entry li 8. Ponies Over Hurdles. First £\, second 10s. Entry 2s. j 9. Horses over Hurdles. First £\, j second 10s. Entry 2s. | 10. Gretna Green Race. First £\. Entry 2s. 11. Flag and Barrel Race £\. En try • 2s. 12. Potato Race, £\. Entry 2s. 13. Bending Race, £\ . Entry 2s. 14. Old Buffers' Race, 10s En cry Is 15. Tug of War. Married v. Single, £l. Entry Is, Post entry for all events. First event to start at 1 p.m. slnirp. Admission to Ground—Adults Is,, children under l4, 6d. Aftenoon Tea will be provided on the ground by the ladies. H...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 25 September 1918

Church Notices Presbyterian. — Lang . I.antr, 1T-I lvooweerup, 3; Yannatha n, 7.— Rev. N. M. .Taboor, B.A. Anglican.—Kooweerup, 11 a.m., IV.C. : Yallock, 3 p.m. ; I. a rig Lang, 7 p.in.—The Vicar.

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
To Subscribers. Subscriptions Now Due. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 25 September 1918

To Subscribers. Subscriptions Now Due. Subscribers arc reminded that S11 ItSCRII'TIONS to "The Liang Lanir Guardian" were DUE ON JULY 31. As wc desire to com mence a new quarter on October 1, which will end the year on December 30, subscribers are requested to for ward accounts promptly. Subscribers who commenced with "The Suji" are reminded that the quarter ends on September 30.

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Save Paper! ECONOMY ESSENTIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 25 September 1918

Save Paper ! :o: ECONOMY ESS ENTIAL. After four years of war, the Go vernment has woke up to the fact that it is necessary to conserve pa per, and do something to bring the shortage before the public. It is not that sufficient warning has not been given. Month by month the supply has steadily got shorter, as the price mounted into the realms of fancy. Many lines of good paper are not to be had. Even the commonest kinds are so scarce that it is impossible to know how far the supply will last. Most people are careless about the use of paper. Any sort of paper is Valuable, and strict economy should be observed in its use. Don't use a whole sheet to wrap up a parcel if half a sheet will do. Don't use a full sheet of paper to write a letter if yon can get it on half a sheet. Don't bundle the paper up anyhow. Fold it neatly and put it away flat. You may want it before you least expect it. Dor.'t despise it because it is r ; "scrap of paper," as the Germans did. People are urged to exercis...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Price of Meat. LIABILITIES OF SELLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 25 September 1918

The Price of Meat. LIABILITIES OF skllkus. In reply to inquiries made by the secretary of the Lang Lang A. L. L\, •the following letter^ was received from the Prices Commissioner, under date 10th September, 1918 :— I\l. L. Lalor, Esq., Secretary, Aus tralian Labor Party, Lang Lang.— Hear Sir,—With reference to your fur ther letter of the 3rd instant, rela tive to meat prices and the practice of the local butcher in refusing to take cash lor meat, I have to in form you that Regulation 150 un der the War Precautions (Prices)' Re gulations 1916 jirovides :— (1) Any person who has in his cus tody or under his control any foodstuff or necessary commodity in which he usually trades, in re spect of which a maximum price has been fixed by or under thesei Regulations who refuses or fails on— (a) Demand of any quantity of the foodstull' or necessary com modity ; and (b) tender of payment at the price so fixed for the quantity demanded, to supply such foodstuff or neces sary commodity in the q...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bunyip Agricultural Society. PROPOSAL FOR "DRY" SHOW DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 25 September 1918

I'llOI'OSAL FOR •■DRV" SHOW HF-KEATKLI. The annual meeting of subscribers to the above society was held on the 12th inst. The report marked out the ad vances made during the twelve mouths, viz.. improvements on show ground and in the shed, besides a re duction of the overdraft. The socie'ty is now getting on to a financial foot ing, the overdraft having been re duced from £209 to £183 during the last four years, in spite of the fact that Government grants have been wiUid rawn. The balance-sheet l ho wed the re ceipts C271 16s lOd, the principal items being :—Donations and sub scriptions, £113 0s 6d (of which £39 4s 6d was received from Melbourne firms)' ; gate, £59 Ss fid; entry fees, £41 10s fid; publican's booth, £18; refreshment booths, £4 10s; concert, £1S 7s Gd; dance, U5 9s Gd; rent show ground, £6. The expenses amounted to £257 5s 9d, the princi pal item being prize money, £137 4s. The report and balance-sheet were adopted. The date of the annual show was fixed for the second...

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 — 25 September 1918

the world was horrified to hear that the "Lusitania" had been torpedoed and sunk off the Irish coast by a German sub marine, and that as a conse quence, over 1,000 innocent men, women, and children had been drowned. This event was celebrated in Germany by bon fires jof joy. It was the first of a series of crimes by sea un paralleled in the world's history. Can you rest while such foul nej,j remains unavenged ? •> Go forth and help to right the world's wrong. The Government of the Commonwealth of Australia VISIT Moran 6 Cato's NEW STORE ■^rr« DANDENONG Opening Day: Friday, August 19 IB Everything of the Best Prices Absolutely the Lowest All Goods Guaranteed •©©©©OCGOGO0GCCGCCCCCOCQOCCOCOGOCOOOCOOGC00© i 'S i THE MELBOURNE CHEMISTS § FOR g Dispensing and all Prescription Work, g o FOR— g Ktnmfeago and KMney Belt® 8 Price 6s. each. FOR— Li'wen Best Australian Medicine. Give no griping and no H discomfort. Price Is., 2s. 6d. FOR— ® Prompt Replies to All Correspondence. I Every Order ...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Grain and Produce. WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 25 September 1918

: o: WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. The Gippsland and Northern Co operative Selling: and Insurance Co. I.tci. report under date September 1!) ; I in tier.—Supplies showed a further I increase, but with a good local and , interstate demand. The quantities i were easily cleared at the full pro | claimed rates of 151s for first grade, l.i'is for second grade, and 180s 8d ; for third grade; separators, Is -3\d; ; dairies, Is 3d. Cheese. — With increased supplies there is now sullieient new make to ■ fill local requirements, but semi and | matured are stiil extremely scarce. I Proclaimed prices unaltered. I Lggs.—Market steady at unchanged ! rates. Ordinary and private lines, ; l Od per do/.; specials, 111d; duck, to l<nd. i Hacon.—This is in good demand at ! unchanged rates. Prime light sides, j 1.1 Ad to Is; medium, lOAd to lid; heavy weights lower; middles. IslAd to ls'Jd; jackets, lOJd to lid; i shoulders, S,\d to 9d; hams, loose, Is Id to Is 2d; l>agged, to Is 4d. Oats.'—These ...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
National Federation. LANG LANG BRANCH HOLDS SOCIAL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 25 September 1918

National Federation. * . -*n: • ■LANIJ LAXC BKAXCIJ HOLDS SOCIAL FAEXIXt!. The Lang- Lang branch of the above held a social evening- on Mon day evening, 9th inst., when there was a fair attendance. In the ab sence of Mr A. Stafford, Mr E. N. Wiseman was chairman. Mr E., •) owett, M.H.R., attended at consid-I erable personal inconvenience, and j delivered a speech on national ques tions, being accorded a good hear j ing. I Mr J owett said that when the par j ties joined their first principle was | to win the war and make for na tional solidarity: He referred to the good news from the front, and said it was not the first time wo had been buoyed up. Success was a dominant factor with the side having ' that numerical superiority. He referred to the serious reverse of 2lst March last, when the Germans almost got , to Amiens. The British line was too j thinly held. The enemy took ad van t age of that shortage of men and | smashed through. Ililaire Belloc said , the German losses in March ...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Disputed Contract. BENCH SETTLES IT. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 25 September 1918

A Disputed Contract. I :0:— ; liCXCH SETTLES IT. The P.M. (Mr V. Tanner) and Mr I'1.. Cougle, heard a claim at the Jjang Lang1 Court on Monday, wherein Arthur Sims sought to re cover from Thomas Middlebrook, farmer, of St. Holier, the sum of £10 for cutting bracken fern in defen dant's paddock. Mr Boothby, of Boothby and Boothby, Loch, appeared for the compla ii.jMu Arthur Sims, farmer, St. Helier, said Middlemen asked him to cut his front paddock, and he (witness)' got him to define the boundary. Complainant produced a rough ■plan of the area, which defendant said was not correct. Complainant said he offered to cut the paddock for £10, and defendant offered £8. He refused to cut at per acre. Defendant agreed to give him £10, the ferns to be cut about 2.V inches from the grotmd. The job took him about five weeks. Defendant told turn he would have to cut lower. Af terwards asked defendant if he was cutting low enough, and he said, Yes. Defendant subsequently refused to pay until he h...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Allies' Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 25 September 1918

The Aiiies' Fair. ;o: The Allies' Fair, to bo hold at Yaimathuii on October 4 and 5, in aid of the Church of England, bids fair to bo a great success, • judging by the way matters are shaping. The fair has now become an annual fix ture, ami last year A^105 was realis ed. It is organised by Lang Lang, Y.uiid Yannathan parishioners u> decrease the debt on the parish 'vicarage. This year donations have come in very readily, and there is every sign of last year's profit being equalled, if not eclipsed. The various stalls will be emblematic of the Al- j lies, and the holders thereof will be j jnttircd ir suitable costumes. The ; effort will be to make it a real re presentation of the Allies, Great Bri tain, France, America, Belgium, Ja pan and Italy, refreshments, sweets and produce being also well looked after. Novelty competitions and side shows will be conducted, and a good musical programme arranged, so that patrons' wants will be exceed ing y well catered for.

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 25 September 1918

WHAT WE OWE THE EMPIRE Bruain and Germany Contrasted — Australia's Stake in the War Even il" Australia were not in deadly danger herself, she stands in honour hound to 11e 1 j> tlie Empire in this hour of iis utmost peril. Through her pai tii ipat ion in its protecting power she possesses everything that is precion. in her life to-day. If it were not I'oi the British Navy, she could never hole :,< r present vast extent of territory with he.- ridiculously scanty population ■SI.e could not maintain her "Wage: I;<.:ir<is, Arbitration Courts and the re maining machinery which insure for her workers their present high standard of living. She could not even maintain the institution on which her whole democracy depends, manhood and womanhood suffrage. A foreign power i long ago have conquered her, and in place of all these benefits would have given her slavery. All that she enjoys, she enjoys hv grace only of the British Empire and (lie British Navy. She...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Sweet Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 25 September 1918

A Sweet Evening. The "Sweets" ' evening, organised by the ladies of St. .John's Church of England, held in the Lang Lang , llall on Tuesday evening, was quite j one of the nicest evenings we have t had. Throughout the programme, ! which was a succession of mirth-pro- < voking games, charades, and musical items, there was not a dull moment, i Each person who attended represent- : ed a town in the war zone, and some j very cleverly thought-out devices j were worn. Mrs Glasscock guessed ! the largest number, and was award ed the prize. Mrs Maxfield came first in the animal guessing competition. The numbers contributed by Miss Dorothy -I oyce were much appreciat ed. She sang "Wake Up," .and as an encore "Spring is a Fair Ladye," |and later on. . "Comin' thro' the live." The solemn announcement of h selection from "Grand Opera, Maritana," by the ladies of St. ■ I ohn's Choir, caused quite a thrill of expectancy. Expectations were realised in the following manner :— First Lady—...

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 — 25 September 1918

Mr R. T. I'lowman, who has boon in Central Australia for five years, describes it as a great country, rich in minerals. .He lectured in Pilzroy Town Hall, and said that most of the <£6,000,000 spent in the North ern Territory had pone foolishly. "His Excellency the Administrator"', makes little motor trips. £300 being spent on petrol on one trip alone, exclusive of other costs. A lot of money was spent clearing anthills oft a road so as "His Ex." could motor round, instead of being obliged to endure the fatigue of, a buggy or horseback ride. Before the contrac tors had cleared the first section, the hnthills were again high enough to stop a car. ! canvass around with packet tea. Which takes me everywhere, you see ; ] Am! where I go. both far and near, i The .same familiar name I hear. Kspecially in winter time, When coughs and colds are at their prime ; I hear at every door. Tin sure. The jiraisc of Wooil> Croat Peppermint Cure. FIRST CLASS ACCOM MODATION AT MODERATE R...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Clearing Sales. WITHAM, WOODMAN AND KAVANAGH. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 25 September 1918

Clearing Sales. — *n* AVITHAM, WOODMAN AND KAVANAGH. Monday, September 30. —' Auction sale of rich farm and splendid im provements, known as Pidgeon's farm, Pound road, South Bunyip, 2^ miles from Btmyip. Wednesday-,* October 2. —I Clearing sale, on the property, Victoria st., Loch, butchering plant and house hold furniture, on behalf of F. G. Bunn. Friday, October 4.—Auction sale, at 3 p.m., on the property, situate on the Five Mile road, four miles from Narnargoon and five miles from Kooweerup, • on account of George Reid. BERNARD MICHAEL. Tuesday, October 8. — At De Groot's Family Hotel, Drouin, by order of the Trustees, Executors and Agency Co. Ltd., 412 Collins street, Melbourne, sale of 308 acres at Ath lone, known as Baker's, situate 11 miles from Drouin, good pine house and various improvements. GIPPSLAND AND NORTHERN CO. Wednesday, October 2.—Special Cattle Sale at Kooweerup Yards, 140 head mixed cattle. So far no tender has been received for lighting the street lamps at Ko...

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 — 25 September 1918

g)®®®®®®®®®®.®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®<s)®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®; The Universal Providers 0 LANG- lang. Wiseman Bros. FOR Groceries, Ironmongery, Crockery Glassware, Produce. Chaff, Bran, Pollard, Seeds and Grain of all kinds. Agents far A1 fa-Laval Separators Lighthouse Brunei Oream Separstor Oils. '•Best" Incandescent Lamps, 100 c.p, Have a look at this Lamp burning in our store. ) WISEMAN BROS THE FAIR DEAL STORE S <>* I • j *>". ^®®®®®®®®®®®®$®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®® i BE YOUR OWN GASWORKS ! 1 S X § ■ Use the 8 « 64 J »» i § " Best" Incandescent Lamps | § 100 Candle Power, at a cost of one halfpenny per § ^ hour, from Benzine. p PERFECTLY SAFE. NO TROUBLE. SEND FOR CATALOGUE. ^ | BRANDT Bros. Pty. Ltd. | $ 338'40 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. § i :o; 3^S^^^£S®gS2ESESIESSSEE35SS33i32S^HaE *■—^3 aw /^a THE MARVELLOUS SMEW TYPE SSJ^" CREATES A SMEW ERA ifM SKSIV2IV2iraQ MACHINES. Works Easier. Lasts Longer. Skims Cleaner. Less Parts. j- ( Power to drive is 40 .. less...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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CLYDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 25 September 1918

cly a >ao. Property in this district continues j to change hands, also is increasing in value. Last week Mr Adam Wright | sold his well-known property to Mr j Vinge, of C-olac, at i-50 per acre, j rrhis property is one of the finest small properties this side of Mel bourne, being in a fine position and tho !.md of excellent quality. Mr Viiigt takes possession on the'lGth Oi. tober. This disUicE is having more than it.'-' .sh;.;c of the influenza epidemic which is at present raging. As this fine weather is unseasonable, we hope that a change to more seasonable weather will drown some of the mi crobes. Mr "Dave llidgway is still in Mel bourne, under treatment for an in jured foot. Word was received from Percy (Paddy)' Uidgway this week that at the time of writing he had been un der his baptism of fire in Egypt, so we expect "Paddy" has been in the thick of this present offensive. We hope he comes through safely. A large gathering met at the local Church of England on Sunday even in...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Dairymen Fined. BREACHES OF THE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 25 September 1918

Dairymen Fined. BREACHES OF THE ACT. The Lang .Lung Court, consisting of Mr V. Tanner, P.M., and Mr E-. Co-ugle, .J .P., were occupied on Mon day with a number "of cases in which several dairymen were prosecuted for. failing to register as required by the Act. .John Walter Beckwith, officer un der the Dairy Supervision Act in con trol of licenses, prosecuted. George. Fancke, Yannathan, was the first case called. In each case evidence was put in that defendants supplied cream to factory, and received payment. Roland Ilussey, dairy supervisor, j said that on February 14 he inspect- ; ed Fancke'.s property at Yallock. lie was milking 14 cows, and the pre mises were suitable for a license. The premises were satisfactory. Fined 20s, and 4s 6d costs. Same v. J. Lyall, Tooradin, for failing to apply for license. Inspector said defendant was milk ing six cows, and premises were sat isfactory. Fined 30s, and 4s (5d costs. Same v. W. Peel, Tooradin, one milking cow and four other cows on prem...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Grain and Produce. WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 2 October 1918

inrriiyinf-«CT.r»^>« BB9BM j Grain and Produce. :o: r WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. i The Gippsland and Northern Co- i i operative Selling and Insurance Co. : .Ltd. report under date September . 2(5 :— ' Butter.—Now that the Northern States are practically off this mar ! ket, supplies are in excess of the de mand, and frbm this on a consider ! able postion will have to be diverted to cool stores for export. Proclaim : ed prices remain unaltered. Dairy butters are selling- at Is 3d; separa tors, Is 3Ad to Is 4d. I Cheese. — With increased supplies , there is now sufficient new make to fill local requirements, but semi and matured are still extremely scarce. : Proclaimed prices unaltered. Eggs.—Market steady at unchanged rates. Ordinary and private lines, i lOd per doz ; specials, lOJd; duck, to 10£d. ! Bacon.—This is in good demand at unchanged rates. Prime light sides, ; Hid to Is; medium, 10id to lid; heavy weights lower; middles, Is lAd to Is 2d; jackets, 10 J-d to lid; shoulders, 8-id...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Yallock Queen Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 2 October 1918

! :o: The sports meeting in connection with the Yallock Queen is to be'held on the Kooweerup Recreation lie serve on Wednesday next, October 9, fos which an excellent all round pro gramme is prepared. All events are post entry. Admission to ground is one shilling, children under 14 six pence. Afternoon tea will be provid ed on the ground by the ladies, and hot water will be provided free. Mr E. V. Blyth having resigned the secretciryship, the office lias been tak en over by Mr •). T. O'Brien. G iven fine weather, which ig probable alter the boisterous' conditions of this week, there should be a large attend ance to swell the fund of the Yallock queen. The attraction of the evening v.i!l be. the waltzing championship, when ! a. ball will take place in the K,oo\vee rup Hall. Mrs Merrett has been en gaged to supply the music, which is a criterion that nothing will be wanting in that direction. It is ex- | pected that there will be a large en try for the w'altxing championship. Mr .7. M...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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