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DISTRICT NEWS. CLYDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 9 October 1918

DISTRICT NEWS. CL V Mr V liichanls (Iaio ot Yannaihan") Has soli! his projHTiy to \ho Repatria tion lioiir.l. Mr Uicha.rds inw-iuis livin in thi" city. Ho will be t;tvnUy missiui. 1 )H'iv Ik'jiio- no levator or nmiv energetic w orker lor t he various patriotic func tions than Mr Wichards ami his musical . family. _ I he season has e\Vry appearance of be ing good, ami 1 he district, with the good rainfall ami proximity in (he mar l<els. is rapidly coming 1.0 1 he ion-. | Tile sprint; weather, or thoughts of the bachelor tax. lias been responsible for h!u- news l.hai, we are going in lose an other of our yi>un»- lailies. The residents ' who have known (he young man speak I very eu Iogist ically of him. Inn. neverthe les.-. I hey all agree that he is a bold man. In spile of (his. he says lie in- ! lends making the youn;; lady "Mould"! also, or tile parson will. | 'Die onion crops- are looking very well j in this district, and the onion farmers iiaVe every prospect of a mo...

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 Market. The Gippsland and Northern Cooperative Selling and Insurance Co. Ltd. report, 10th October, 1918:— [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 16 October 1918

Grain and Produce Market. —— :o: The Gippsland and Northern Co operative Selling- and Insurance Co. Ltd. report, 10th October, 1918 :— Butter.—A reduction of Aci per lb was mado in the proclaimed price on Monday last, and there is a good local demand for choice butter. The ruling- rates are :—First grade, 149s 4d; seconds, 140s; thirds, 130s 8(1; separators, Is 2d; dairies, Is l.Vd to Is 2d. Cheese.—Fair quantities of new makes are now offering, but semi and matured are still extremely scarce. Proclaimed prices remain un altered. . I^ggs.—Market steady, Ordinary and private lines, 9d, specials, 9}d to 9Ad; duck, 9id . Bacon.—This is in good demand at unchanged rates.- Prime light sides, 11-Ad to Is; mednmis, lOid to lid; ■heavy weights lower; middles, Is lid to Is 2d; jackets, iOid to lid; shoulders, 8-Jrt to 9d; hams, loose, Is 3d to Is •'•id; bagged. Is 4£d. Lard.—.Bulk, S.^d to 9d; packets, 9 Ad. Honey.—Prime quality is in moder ate demand at 5d; medium to good, 4?.d to 4jd; dark...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Horse Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 16 October 1918

Horse Talk. The Caullield Guineas on Saturday ' was won b.v Kusebius from eight run ners. Outlook was favorite, but was knocked on the rails early in the •race. Kusebius won by a length and a half from ('lever -lim, who beat Drumore by a neck. The Caullield Stakes winner, Mag pie, started at 1.1 to rt ori. and no thing had a chance with him. Wedge | and Ethiopian filled tlie places. | The Toorak Handicap, generally supposed to provide a good line, for I the Cup, was a surprise win for j Prince Koyal, 10 to 1, who beat Major Hill by a short lu-ci;. Pa nacre, I favorite, third. liael i.ociu was j fourth. The lime, 1.4-1 A, was good.! Angel in, a 33 to 1 chance, won the Debutant Stakes. Benacre and Gam bler's Gold were second and third. The "books" got the gambler's gold. Bstland, Prince Viridis and Rebus finished in that order for the Rand wick Plate on Saturday. Publican got home in the Final Handicap. There are only IB runners for the Caulfield Cup, King Ofi'a evidently having scare...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Kooweerup Drainage. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 16 October 1918

im—npnwwiipyi Kooweerup Drainage. ■ :o: , | At the meeting' of the Kooweerup I'ro I gross Association on Wednesday nig>ht. it wis decided to write to' the Cenl.ral i Board of Health, drawing attention to the shocking insanitary state of the drainage of Koowecrup' township, and pointing out that the drainage, of the. town had heen adversely reported upon*-; 12 months ago h.v t.heir own oNicer. Since then the Council had done, noth ing. and the ma.t tor had heen hung * up I from month to month. The summer is again approaching without any more hav- 1 ing heen made to remedy this crying evil, and the residents fear a. serious epi- I domic. It is also pointed out that the ; residents are willing and anxious to ' have the scheme carried out., and are i i|Uil.e willing to hear a .reasonable cost, i They have even invited the Council to I force the scheme through. It appears to | us t hat, (.he whole mat»ter must be token I up seriously with the least possible do- ' lay, for every day me...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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PITHY PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 16 October 1918

:o: , "Little Hilly" is still scoring ! The < French Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor is his latest plum, and he is the only Australian that has ever got it. * ■ * * * • Strikes have been made illegal in Canada during the war, under pain of military service for either employe or employer who break the law. ♦ • * « • • Sir Eric Geddes, First Lord of the Admiralty, does not place much credence to the German peace move, but says we must prepare for two more years of war. * * * * * The French Mission had a wonder ful reception in Melbourne. Some Mel bourn ians say it was the mose en thusiastic yet: seen in the city. » * * * * The enemy is giving up the Belgian coast, and big guns are being remov ed from Ostend. * * * * » C orporal R. C. Roardon, of Hun yi|>. h:is died of wounds. ***** (he Minister of Recruiting, says j that recruits are still wanted for the A.I.F., notwithstanding the ELuns' pence talk. So don't be Hun-easy !' * * * * • Mr T. O'Callaghan, ex-®hief of Po ...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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A.J.C. Spring Meeting. CAULFIELD CUP ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 16 October 1918

A.J.Co Spring Meeting. CAUL FIELD CUP ACCEPTANCES. St. It). D. U. Sea ton's bk h WOLAEOI (Ken il worth—Widden Lass), 5y 9 4" J. H. Flanagan's b g P1STO LAIRE (Pistol—Marie Hall), 5 y 8 0 .). Nicbol's b h RAEL LOGIN (Delaware—Lucilla), (>y. ... 8 0 A. .1. M'(!avin's br g EUWOU1N (Andria—Normal Pitch), a. ... 7 12 Robinson and (-'lark's br h KJXt; OFFA, imp. (Radium— Ollicious), 5y 7 11 A. and (J. Tye's 1) h ETHIO PIAN, imp. (Dark l-tonald— Xobeyde), 5v 7 11 • J. Fell's eh m ASH VIEW, imp. (Oppressor—Maze of Mirrors), <W 7 7 • I. S. liriinlon's br h I'RINCE ROYAL (Bobadil—Hoval Fav or), -ly ... 7 5 ('. ('. M'Sulloch's ch h .MA'IOli, BILL (laie The Pay) (The ( Welkin—Peeress), :-?y. 7 1 AI. Wenke and K. Pierce's ch c EIISF.BI lis (Eudorns—Lager) :5v ... 7 0 .1. Timms's b g (.'LFA'KR .I1M (Coined v King—1 'erple-xity), ••'.v fi 31 I'. Russell's br c DEMOCRACY (White Star—Alexandra), 3y. (> 11 A. and CI. Tye's b ni IITS PANTIA, imp. (The White Ivnight—Sal) (j 7 TI. L. Cu...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Church Notices. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 16 October 1918

Church Notices. : o: SUNBAtV, OCTOBER 20. I'RES IVVTKUIAN. ! Opening of the simultaneous spir itual mission—Yannathan, 11; Koo weerup, 3; Lang- Lang, 7-30—by Rev. W. X. II. .Joughin, M.A.j 11.0.- .Koo weerup, 7.30.—Supply. Services 'Mon day to Friday', as advertised. ANCLICAN. Saturday, October 19.—Yannathan, 8 p.m.—The Bishop of (lippsland. Sunday, October 20.—Lang ^uing, 10.30 a.m.—Dedication of holy table by the Uight lie v. (!. H. (Jranswick, D.D. ; Yallock, 3; Kooweerup, 7,.30 p.m.—The Vicar.

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Lang Lang Market. LARGEST YARDING FOR 10 YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 16 October 1918

Lang Lang Market. LARGEST YARDING FOR 10 YEAKS. The largest yarding of cattle for 3 0 years (GOO head) was seen at the Lang Lang Market on Thursday last, conducted by Messrs Clarke and Co., Alex. Scott ami Co., and Adam son, Strettlo and Co., in conjunc tion. Owing to a scare of a drought amongst the Northern stockowners, cattle were down 15s to £1 a head in sympathy with Melbourne. The scare is altogether unfounded, ' and prices are likely to rise again, as stock is very scarce. Quotations :— Milkers, to £1S (a nice heifer was sold on behalf -of A. M'Milla.n'for £17 5s) ; backward springers, £1-1 to £-12 10s; store cows, good frame, £13; medium, £11; light, £10 to £9 10s; IS months' old heifers, £7 5s to £0 12s; yearling heifers, £5 15s to £5; choppers, £7 to £9, according to weight; cows with vealers at foot, £13 5s1; poddies, 30s to £-1. A line of nice lamb ewes. 2-tooth, sold at 23s 4d in the wool.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 16 October 1918

DEATH. DE VANN* 10.—On Friday, October 11, at "Casl.lebar," Nolan street, Hendigo. FRANCIS (!|(K(!-OKY, dearly beloved youngest. son, of -P. • and M. Pe Van liie, and broth(r of Mrs A. 13. Mont gomery. of Lang tang:, "Gotl in His mercy galled him home.

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After the War. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 16 October 1918

After the War. :o: | Thought ful people the world over | recognise that the present, war is an | epoch making event, and many and varied are the conjectures regarding Us significance. All agree that the old order is passing away and that we are witnessing the travail that heralds the birth of a new era. .Some maintain that its significance will be. .purely political, while others hold that it is of vastly greater import ance and presages nothing less than a reconstruction of society and the establishment of the long promised kingdom of Christ. Our thoughtful readers will lie pleased to have the opportunity to hear Mr R. Lincoln, of the Interna tional "Bible Students' Association, deal with this topic at the Mechanics' Institute, Lang Lang, on Friday evening at eight o'clock. Mr Lincoln has made a special study of Hiblical subjects, and his address, "The World Mow Tended." should prove interesting.

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 — 16 October 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 w ® <3 A f-a ^ I*! o t? ;3 j & cj 3 tar 51,3 J <M *« -5? 3 -p 1-3 ^ 2 *3 t! *?S O ° U ° j-< to O >1 o3 o ^ 3 >> •*3 ai > TJ tf ^ fl 3 <*•£ u aS OW <1> c? I? W| fcoOQ B o a> p oo 'August September October November Deceimber 15 8 19 5 17 3 17 31 14 19 12 22 19 81 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, NOVEMBER 15. 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 Korumburr...

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War Decoration. SERGEANT D. CURRY, M.M. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 16 October 1918

SKUOKANT IX (TUHY, M.M. The following, taken from the "Footscray Advertiser," has been handed to us for publication. Ser geant D. Currie is well known in the Kooweerup district :— News has been received that Ser geant D. Curry, 1 4th Battalion, son of Mr and Mrs 1). Curry, of 3.90 Bal larat road, IJootscray, and a brother of Mrs H. .J. Smith, Summerhill Itoad, West Footscray, has been awarded the Military Medal for brav ery, and is doing well. It is two years and eleven months since he left for the front, and still maintains that he knows of no place like good old "Aussie." Mis brother, Private F. Curry, 14th Battalion, after 18 months spell in F.ngland with his _ wounds, has rejoined his unit in France, and has met some of his old ■ mates from 'Scray and is fighting side by side with "Dagger" .1 ohnson (who was also awarded the M.M. re cently)', .Joe Marino, "Nugget" Price, | who are all tip top, and say that : they are sure to be home in 1920-21. Three other brothers of Sergeant C...

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 — 16 October 1918

Alex, Scott and Co. Clearing Sale KOOWEERUP. THURSDAY, 24th OCTOBER. ALEX. SCOTT & CO. Pty. Ltd. and ADAMS ON, STRE1TLE & CO. Pty. Ltd,, conjointly, have received instructions from Mr Arthur Harris, who is giving- up farming, to sell by Public Auction, without reserve, on the property, Five-mile Road, five miles from Kooweerup, on the above date, at one o'clock sharp, the jvhole of his DAIRY HERD, HORSES, IMPLEMENTS, &c. 6 MILKERS. 15 FORWARD and BACKWARD SPRINGERS. 8 FAT COWS. 8 Toddies, 6 Heifer Calves, good three year-old Bull, Draught Stallion, 11 yrs., good worker; 2 Draught Mares, 7 and 8 yrs. ; Draught Clelding, 6 yrs.; 2 Draught Colts, yrs.. broken; good sad dle or harness Hack ; 2-year-old Colt and Filly; 2 yearling Fillies; 2 M'Cormack Reaper and Binders; 13-disc M'Cormack Grain and Fertiliser Drill; Crump Pota to Planter; International Farm Lorry and Frame, Farm Waggon and Frame, Farm Dray and Frame, old Spring Dray. Rustic Cart, ■ two D.F.M.B. Plo...

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Captain Wilson, M.C. KILLED IN ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 16 October 1918

Captain Wilson, MX. :o: — KILLKH IN ACTION. Captain AV. C. Wilson, M.C., lias j been otlirially reported killed in ac tion in France on September 150, '191.8. lie was late head teacher of : t he K'ooweerup North State School, j a tid was considered by residents as i bein.tr one of the best teachers they J e^'er had. His widow, who now re sides at .Marnoo, near Stawell, re ceived a cable on September 20, dat ed September i>, stating that lie had been awarded the Military Cross. On • ictober 7 the Defence department acquainted .Mrs Wilson that he had j been killed in action. Since landing' in Filmland the late Captain Wilson had beer, attached to the 53rd Ba.t talion, N.S.W., and was fighting will; that battalion when killed. De ceased enlisted as a private, and left Australia as second nontenant, all other promotions being gained on the field. Me had a very honorable • •areer. lie was once gassed, but nev-j er wounded, and was much loved by ; his men. He leaves a wife and four you...

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 — 16 October 1918

Professional Advertisements. Merlin Private Hospital and Convalescent Home LANG HORN E ST., DANDENONG. MISS AHERN, TRAINICll NURSE. uMediciil, Surgical, Maternity. Certilicat.es from St. Vincent's and the Women's Hospital, Melbourne. Tel., Dandenong 52. GEO. W. VOWELL, Barrister and Solicitor, H41. COLLINS STREET, Melbourne. Mr Vovrell visits Dandenong and may he consul ted at his office there every Tuesday or by appointment. VOTCE PRODUCTION AND SINGING. Miss Victoria Coulston, L.A.B. (Late Soloist Scots' Ohurcli, CoUins-st. Honoi'> lloyal Academy (Local centre. Visits VAN NATHAN Every FRIDAY. Pupils prepared for All Examinations. Rivursdale Road, Hawthorn. Lawrence L. Rostron SOLICITOR, Etc., DANDENONG. Ollice, Lonsdale Street. Visits Kooweerup, Nar Nar Goon, and Pakenham. Attends local Courts as required. Melbourne Address, 116 Queen St., Melbourne. Telephone—Central, 9274 ; Dande nong, 21. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND. Mr Rostron may bo consulted at' the Dandenong- office daily. Tele...

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A Letter from China. MISSIONARY'S EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 16 October 1918

A Letter from China* .u: .MISS lilNAUV S KX! 'KU 1 KN C K. Writing 1.0 a friend at Yannathan on August. 7, 191S. Mrs l'ollard. wife i>f a Lang Lang missionary now there. Lulls of I hi' daily experiences"— "Wo ha\'e been four weeks at Kutiang. Seventeen days ha Vc been wet . and we. are now in l in- middle of a typhoon; il. is unfortunate. as people at a. dist ance aiv unable lo attend the meetings this week. At nine il is llie convention for our own buildup up. most personal and searching addresses: then at 10.80 a conference on work and methods; for instance. how 10 preach to the une.Van gelised. how to teach nominal Christians, how lo promote family religion. At -1.30 a convention for Chinese. Our two hoys .go, so 1 mind the house, as Mr l'ollard has to attend the men's conference (L'.M.S.) each afternoon. Our women's conference lasted a week and a half ; meetings ' 9 till 12.15 and 3.30 til! 5.30 or later. 1 attended right through, sis one must, or get. out of touch. Foo ohow ...

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 — 16 October 1918

Kooweerup to M'Donald's Track Railway Construction Trust. XOTICK is hereby given that ill a meeting of tin? Kooweerup in M'l'nnnld s Track Kailwav Construction Trust. held a!. I'iiowoiis on Saturday, i hi' 121st day of September. IS) IS. the following reso Iut.ion was passed :— That., in pursuance (if I lie powers con ferred by ilie Railway Lands Acquisi tion Ail. lill"), t His Trust, having first obtained the approval of the (lovernor in-Council in that behalf, does now make and levy u rale upon all rateable property within the Kooweerup to Al'IVmald's Track liailwav Const,ruc tion Trust area of the respective amounts for the different. divisions set forth in Ilie schedule appended for tihe year ending ttllth April. 1911). such rale to be due and payable at. the of fice of the Trust. Drouin, ou the 30th day of October. 11)18. SOl-I KDl'.Ll'j Division. Port ion Hat ed. Kate in the £ on the Municipal valuat ion. . Seveji pence. Five and one half pence. Three and one Class A.! Area co...

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The Kooweerap "Sun" AND Lang Lang Guardian Germany's "Peace!" [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 16 October 1918

The Kooweerap Sun AND l^aag Lang ©uardiaa Germany's "Peace!" : o; The news that arrived on Sunday night, to the effect that Germany had accepted America's terms, was accepted with great rejoicing through out .Australia and the Empire. In the city extravagant rumors were afloat that Germany had "surrender ed unconditionally f" These let! to outbursts of joy, which since appear to have been somewhat premature. A careful reading of the official Ger man message to President AVilson dis closes that Germany and Austria de clare themselves ready to comply with the president's terms as to "evacuation," for the purpose of bringing about an armistice, and sug gest a mixed commission to deal j with, the terms therewith. The Allies, however, are stated to require guar antees before consenting to any arm istice. Ac ,>rding to latest reports it appears that the militarist party and; the Chancellor, Prince Max, are at loggerheads, and the former are still carrying on ruthless destruction and. b...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 16 October 1918

Market Reports. :o: I > A\DKNO\U MAI t KKT. Tuesday. OcioIhw 15. A lux. Hcot.t iinil Co. I'ty. Ltd.. • loseplt Clarke and Co.. and Adamson. Strett.le and Co. I'ly." Lid., conjointly, report. :— llairy cat t le—A moderate supply of milkers, bill a full yarding of springers and dry cattle. Kxcepi. for cows of exceptional quality, prices all round were very much easier, and in some instances low rales were ac cepted, the dry weather in the North evi dently seriously affecting values. The. following were the principal lots :—Milk ers—Messrs •). llanley. two to C2V l.r>s; (.'. !1. Windsor, two to Alli.'i Ids; T. Tel ford, one at ,li22:: .1, Wivst. four to ,C21 Ills; M. Conrov. one at £l->: M. C. Iiowinan. one ul CIS*; S. Kingston. one at .U1S l.'is; K. Phillips, eight to ^l('< Ills; lie v. Huntine. one at iM(>; 1",. Sav age, one ut .Clf>. Springers—Messrs T. L. Corrignn. one at C17 15s; M. ('. How man. live to X17 ~>s; K. Phillips. 2-1 to C 1 (i los; W. A. l....

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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 16 October 1918

News oi the Week. :o: The Kooweerup farmers; arc still carrying on the good work of help ing the returned soldiers on the land. Another ploughing bee is to take place on Thompson's farm on Tues day next, on behalf of Private Ol son. All those who are willing toj help are requested to roll up. The announcement that the Council is unable to appoint a dayman for the Ya.llock siding will come as a bit of a shock to the ratepayers. The decision was* arrived at on Saturday, the reason given being "stringent financial difficulties." Kooweerup is. not to be neglected altogether, as a man is to be sent to clean the gut ters ^uit every week. The financial position of ridings at present is «s follow:—L'ranbourne, dr., £314 7s. Sd ; Tooradin, dr., £(535 3s lid; Yal loc.k, dr., £.1571 14s 9d. Trust ac count, cr., £191 4s 2d. Accounts amounting to £35(> 5s lid were pass ed for pavment in the general ac count, and £238 13s Koads Hoard account. The overdraft at last re port was £2135 12s 5d. At ...

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