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Council Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 6 November 1918

Council Notes. :o: C'ranbourne Shire Council put up u record on Saturday, the business be ing over by 5 p.m. The business Jiheet, however, was fimall, and in view of the ever ominous a.nd in creasing overdraft, "grievances" have to be considerably curtailed, with the consequence that councillors are chary about introducing new works. There was a full attendance, except (Jr. Lloyd, whoso health, un fortunately, is in a very precarious state." The fact that councillors got off the mark early, and did not ex pend too much time during the lun cheon hour, were factors which con tributed 10 the celerity in which the Council business was transacted. Members might take the hint in .future, as it gives a little more time for recreation before train time. During the luncheon hour the pre sident (Cr. D. M. McGregor) referred to the very satisfactory news from the front, and the exit of Turkey and] Austria, which made them feel that peace was getting very near. He felt that he could not let the...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 6 November 1918

-' ~~~ T—r*r * ■ Ui MEMORIAM. (J SHORN7.—In loving' memory of our de<%r son, George Sidney, who ! died on, the 6th November, 1917, j from result of gunshot •ly'oundg. re- j ceivpd in France. ' * 'j, . w j Somewhere in France ..he li^ sleej> . * .ing, . ,> Under fhose iar-oCC skies; • „ fFar away fronj those who l<r^ed him* In a h6ro's grave he litfS. —inserted by his loving parents, M. and G. Osborn, "Odell," Kooweerup. : Vt : OSBOIJI^.—A, tribute oi love to the memoryj^of our soldier brother, George, who died on the 6th Novem .ber, 1917, in the 13th General Hos pital, France. Aged 21 years. We.ipiss his kind and loving ways, His fond and earnest care; Our life is dark without him, We miss him everywhere. —Inserted by his loving brothers, Harry; ^Alfred, and Percy, and sis ters, Waifr^d, »Jtfay, Annie,mAlice and Ida. OSBORN.—A tribute to the love and honor of my dear pal, who died of wounds received in France on the 6tb^. November, 1917. • He heard the ca...

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 — 6 November 1918

Auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents, Land and Estate Agents Dandenong, Leongatha, Koruraburra, 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. •3 co a ^ o JS « B as J! RH _J "M 5 Sp rt 2 3 5s "3 03 P -(J hi O ** P £ bo's § a bOH S "O 9 a M CI d 3 +9 X! ja 2 5« o o u h fa - & •§3 O U J fa. bO C K O >j fe «J OS O h, t-fa IS > T3 if u 5 3 ci ■*-> fc. 03 C5 W o J? n «1 ho CO a o o J3 "3 Q GO 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 IS. 29 22 8 30 December 19 12 26 12 13 27 20 6 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, Po...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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LANG LANG. ANGLICAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 6 November 1918

LANG LANG. ANGLICAN CHURCH. The Flower Show, Exhibition of Home Industries and Sale of Work in aid of the Lang Lang Church of England Parsonage fund is to he held on Friday and Saturday next, November 8 and 9, in the Me chanics' I-Tall, and will be open to the public from 3 p.m. each day. An excellent prize list is presented, and sections have attracted a num erous entry, so that the show pro mises to be well up to previous dis plays. Numerous attractions will be presented for the amusement of visi tors.

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Flower Shows. KOOWEERUP PRESBYTERIAN FLOWER SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 6 November 1918

Flower Shows. KOOWEERUP PRESBYTERIAN T?r,OWER SHOW. The Flower Show and Exhibition ,of Home Industries in connection with the Ivooweerup Presbyterian Church takes place on Wednesday and Thursday, November 13 and 14, afternoon and evening. The prize schedule is an extensive one, and en tries must be made with the secre taries by 6 p.tn. on Tuesday, No vember 12. The show will be open afternoon and evening, and various novelties will also be provided for the delectation of patrons.

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 6 November 1918

The Australian soldier has proved him self one of the greatest fighters the world has ever seen, and has made his country's name ring throughout the world. He is one of a glorious brother hood which you, or any man, might be proud to join. To-day, that brotherhood is dwindling; three of Australia's crack battalions have recently been disbanded for lack of reinforcements. What will the world say of the country th«t fails its heroic army thus? G* forth and save Australia's honour and your own! Hie Government of the Commonwealth of Australia

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tooradin Red Cross. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 6 November 1918

Following- is a statement of the •Tooradin Red" Cross Society's re ceipts ancl expenditure for the year ending .July 3.1st, 1918 :—Receipts.—■ 'To balance^ S1Y7/17, £1-5$.& 5d; ^ members' monthly contributions, £14j <ls; rallies, £1 2g Id; Boxing Day af | ternoon tea and dance, £24- 4s 3d; , proceeds dances Sports Club, £7 (is i 2d; snipe shooters (per iM'rs Murphy)', j 'Is (id; quail shooters (per Mrs j Lloyd), 10s; fancy ball (Sports • Club), 16s; Tied Cross bottle (Mr% j Hardy), 12s lld;^one ton chaff, do ; nated by Cr. M'CJregor (rattled), £tt; : euchre partv and dance, £4, Total, ! £83 Is -Id. | Expenditure. —Wool, £2^ Is fid; i flannel, £17 15s 7d; Prisoners of War | Fund, £5; French Red Cross Appeal, l £5;-refreshments Boxing Day, £6 2s | 9d; tape and buttons, 18s fid; calico I labels, 5s 3d; stsifionery, stamps, etc., 7s lOd; bank book,* 2s Id. To tal, £62 13s fid. Balance, • £20 7!s lOd. Total, £83 Is 4d. itrs C. Gla sheen, hon. treasurer. Audited and fou...

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 — 6 November 1918

STUD NOTICES. To Stand this season at "Aslileigh," Kooweerup, and travel surround ing districts. Hairfpton Style First prize winner three-year-old Draught Stallion, Royal Agricultural Show, 1914. ! HAMPTON STYLE,.Bay Colt, foal- ' ed 19th October, 1911. Bred by Mr O. Maroske, of Vectis East. His wire. Shepherd Plaid (imported from New Zealand), won over 30 first and champion prizes in the Wim mera district. His sire, Shepherd £ad £524 N.Z.S.B.), gained first and champion prizes two years in suc cession at Invercavgill, and also gained first prize for best entire with two of his progeny. Grandsire, Herd Laddie (2863 C.S.B., imported), won- first and •hampion prizes at Nathalia in 1890; first and champion and first for the Doherty Cup at Nathalia, and first «.nd champion prizes at Tatura, 189.L. Hampton Style's dam, Bonnie, by Hampton Prince (12174 C.S.B., im-t ported), 2nd dam. by Royal Ben, who was a great prize taker, and got Benmore, by Lord Dunmore, late Garneyland (2117 C.S.B., ...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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GERMAN ATROCITIES A Ghastly Record A War of Civilization [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 6 November 1918

GERMAN ATROCITIES A Ghastly Record A War of Civilization The atrocities committed by the Ger mans in France and Belgium should ^ induce all eligible Australians to enlist, for they show at a glance what Ger many will do to Australia if she is ever allowed to come here, it is vitally im portant to remember in this connection that the only guarantee that she will not come here, now or later, lies in an outright victory for the Allies—a vic _ tory which every eligible Australian should at this moment be hfelping to win. By far the most terrible document published since the War began—per haps, indeed, the most terrible docu ment ever given to the world—is the official report of the British Commis sion appointed to examine into the Belgian, atrocities. There report is a terrible record of. cruelty and lust. * Captives and non-combatants were '■systema tically mutilated by the German Army, apparently in accordance with some secret and hideous injunc tion set down in the devil's handbook o...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 6 November 1918

RULES AND REGULATIONS. 1. All Exhibitors to be amateurs. 2. Entry fee for exhibits—(3d) threepence for each 2/; over 2/, six pence. 3. Exhibitors must, provide all necessary vases for showing exhibits. 4. Judges are empowered to with hold prizes for any exhibit not con sidered of sufficient merit, and in all cases their decision shall be final. 5. All exhibits made in the pro duce sections must be grown by ex hibitor. 6. All exhibits in the flower sec tions 1 to 25 must be grown by ex hibitor, and have been in his or her possession for two months previous to show. 7. All exhibits in the cobkery sec tions must be made by the exhibitor. 8. All protests must be in writing, I iccompaniod by fee of two shillings ind sixpence, and lodged with the ■Secretary by mid-day on Thursday, November 1-A. If protest is held to >e frivolous, deposit, may be forfeit- , id. i 9. All exhibits must be staged by .1 a.m., Wednesday, November 13. 10. Entries must be made with Secretaries or Committee by ...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Red Triangle Appeal. INTERSTATE RIVALRY BETWEEN LOCAL COMMITTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 6 November 1918

The Red Triangle Appeal. :o: INTERSTATE RIVALRY BETWEEN LOCAL COMMITTEES. The big work of the November-De cember appeal for £150,000 in aid of Red Triangle work will fall upon the local organising committees formed in every centre throughout Victoria. Without the aid of these local bodies, the appeal cannot hope to be a suc cess. It was the shoulder to shoulder efforts of local committees that made New South Wales when asked for £50,000 subscribe over £200,000. There is no reason why Victoria should not do as well as New South Wales. It has an almost equivalent number of soldiers at the front, and the responsibilities of the Australian •Y.M.C.A. towards Victorian and New South Wales troops are equal. Inci dentally, if may be mentioned that Y.M.C.A. service is carried out at a cost of about 4Jd per soldier per week. Local committees have an elo quent case to put before the public. In the present war the Red Triangle Huts have been centres of social ser vice in France, Palestine, Engl...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Cranbourne Council. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 6 November 1918

Cranbourne Council. : o: The above Council met on Satur day. Present :—Crs. D. M. IVI'Gregor (president),' O'Brien, Cameron, Hill, Hardy, Brunt and Wilson. CORRESPONDENCE. From State Rivers and Water Sup ply Commission, desiring approval of Council to spread spoil from drain on, road fronting Allots. 65B, 65D, 100, 99 and 98, Parish of Sher wood.—Approved. Prom Hon. Minister of Lands', for warding proposals for amalgamation of the matter of destruction of noxi ous weeds with Vermin Destruction branch of the Lands department.— See report in another column. From Government Statist, desiring schedules tilled in with municipal sta tistics. From Langwarrin Progress Associ ation, desiring Council to proceed with work on the Frankston road.— Attended to. From Department of Repatriation, asking Council to provide relief work for returned soldiers who are un skilled laborers.—To be informed that Council has already decided on that course. From Lieut.-Colonel Knox, re ap pointment of Receptio...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 6 November 1918

Kooweerup Mechanics' Hall. AND Exhibition oi Home Industries WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13 & 14, Aiternoon & Evening. In aid of Presbyterian Church. Novelties—Hat Trimming and Nail-driving J Competitions, Musical Items. Mmission : Evening, One Shilling, Afternoon 6d., Children half price. Member's Ticket 5s. PRIZE SCHEDULE. CLASS A.—Open to All. 1. Two Ferns, distinct varieties. 1st prize, 2/; 2nd, 1/. 2. Best Palm. 1st prize, 5/; (gift Mrs J. Mickle). 3. Pot Maiden Hair Fern. 1st prize, 2/. 4. One Flowering Begonia, 1st prize, 2/; 2nd, 1/. 5. Two Pot Plants, foliage, dis tinct varieties. 1st orize. 3/ SPRING Show (gift of Mi S3 J. Mickle). 6. Two' Pot Plants, bloomed, dis tinct varieties, 1st prize, 3/ 2nd, 1/. 7. Three Pelargoniums, distinct varieties. 1st prize, 2/; 2nd, 8. Three Zonal Pelargoniums, sin gle, distinct varieties. 1st prize, 2/; 2nd, 1/. 9. Three Zonal Pelargoniums, dou ble, distinct varieties. 1st prize 2/; 2nd, 1/. 10. Three Stocks, 10 weeks,...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Rabbits and Weeds. PROPOSED DEPARTMENT. CRANBOURNE COUNCIL OPPOSES [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 6 November 1918

:0; PRO PO SKD DEPARTMENT. f* " CKANBOURNE COUNCIL OPPOStES ^' A circular was read at the Cran- I ■baurn'e,Council meeting on Saturday! with regard -to the proposed Rab bits and Noxious Weeds Destruction Department, which provides for a land protection superintendent, two chief , inspectors, two clerks, one typidte, 70 country _ inspectors, 7Q assistant inspectors (the latter - in lieu of present foreman, and will jib% involve extra £bst). " -ADVISORY COUNCIL. . An. honorary advisory council of twelve to be appointed from the Shjro- councillors, eight to be nomin ates by Municipal Association of Victoria and four by the Minister of ti/ands. .The council to retail*, office for* three years, provided the mem *bers thereof retain their position as councillors. The*Advisory Council to meet ■tie superintendent and two chief inspec tors twice a year in conf(|rerjce, to make recommendations to*the''Min ister as to policy, selection of weads for proclamation, ajjid» other ^patters. ». finan...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Lieut. J. S. Harris. HOW HIS LIFE WAS SAVED. YANNATHAN SOLDIER GIVES HIS BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 6 November 1918

Lieut J. S. Harris. ? I-IOW HIS 1.1FE WAS SAVED. YATTNATHAN SOLDIER GIVES, BLOOD. When Lieut. «T. Harris, brother to Mrs H. J. Townson, of Kooweerup, was wounded and lost his leg, he was shot in an artery, and lost such a large quantity of blood that his life was despaired of, Volunteers were called for to supply the necessary life-saving fluid, aqd from what has appeared in correspondence it is pretty evident that the soldier who gave his blood to save the officer's life was Private Jim Cousens. Out of three volunteers this soldier's blood was the purest, and he was selected. The ordeal was sufficient to cause him to go to England to recuperate. Lieut. Harris' life was saved, but he lost his leg, and has since! success fully gone through thei operations necessary to fit him for an artificial limb. Artificial limbs nowadays are wonderful evidence of. the advance of surgical science, and people fitted with these legs can walk almost as well and naturally as with a real limb.

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Back to Childhood" and Fancy Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 6 November 1918

| "Back to Childhood" and Fancy I Ball. •In spite of the fact that many peo ple lament that the days of their childhood are over, only five took advantage of the opportunity which the Yannathan Amusement committee ! oll'ered at its "Back to Childhood" ball on Tuesday, October 29th for those who wished to get back for a few hours the appearonce and spirit of children. Of the four, "Misses Isa bel Bennett and Lily Gardiner made the most charming little girls. Miss Lily Gardiner carried off tbe first prize as a dainty little maiden of seven, in a white dress, white socks, and pink sash and hair ribbon. Others who appeared as children were Misses Hazel Hitclien and Lin da., Gray. Mr, Jim. Patullo, as a very realistic "Herald Boy," took the hall by storm as he marched through with a bundle of papers under his arm and giving the "Herald" boys' call. A great deal of amusement and .pleasure was felt when it was dis covered that he was selling that night's edition of the "Herakl," the procee...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tooradin Chatter. ST. VINCENT'S SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 6 November 1918

ST. VINCENT'S SOCIAL. There was a good attendance of dancers patronising St. Vincent's S0U cial dance last Thursday night at Tooradin. Special pains were taken to decorate the hall tastefully with greenery, flowers and flags, while the floor came in for sound preparation. Mrs Merrett (piano)', Mr Bob Lee (violin), Dandenong, gave their sear vices gratis, and rendered sweet and soulful dance music, inducing old timers to take to the- floor again, fascinated by the delicious swing and flow of .music given with professional finish. Mr King (cornet) and Miss El. King (piano)', and Mr Geo. Kernot (piano) played extras, and had to repeat their pieces. Mr W. Rooke had his now famous and intelligent dog,. Jack, on the war path for cash? J ack was led by Miss Rita King, in nurse's costume, round the hall. The collection amounted to £1 2s. Inter spersed between dances; were musical and other items. Two tiny tots, Margery Witworth and Olga. Merrett, gave duets and songs', and were giv en a rou...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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The Late Corporal W. Glasgow. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 6 November 1918

The Late Corporal W. Glasgow. By the last mail letters came from Prance to Mr Glasgow, of Bena- and. Caldermeade, in which the circum stances surrounding the death of the late Scout-Corporal \V. Glasgow are Belated. Scout Officer Pech, 21st Battalion, A.I.F., writes :—"Dear Mi Glasgow,—It is with feelings of great regret and heartfelt sympathy with you and your family that I have to write this letter. Your son was my scout cosporal, and apart from his soldierly qualities, which won the es teem of all, 1 formed a deep attach ment for him, based on something more solid than • were military acquaintance, and it is with the sin cerest and heartfelt sorrow I have to inform you of his death in action on September 1st. He was killed by a piece of shell, which exploded within a few feet, death being instantaneous, and he suffered no pain. We buried him next day in France. Your son ac companied me on many. of my scout ing patrols, and at all times display ed courage, coolness and initiative ...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Lang Lang Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 6 November 1918

! :o: vnr ? * » ♦ • « | Preparations are, going ahead'- for : the Lang Lang fan-rival, 'on Ffidaj^T* i November 22, and given line weq ther* ] it should eclipse all previous records, j A very line "programme Has been pre j pare^j, including a grand nrocessio.n, T^ie&dojl by a qiili • j nifo^e^'O'-ys 'prizes jj^tT'tri&'.yVL. The pro cession \vfij" be an outstanding fea ture of the day's proceedings. The Sports programme is attractive and varied, and the wants oi patrons wijl be catered for in a splendid man ner. All events are post entry. Liufi--1 cheon will be provided on the ground and the children's wants will also be well K>oked after. There will be a* grand concert and ball in the even ing, when programme of exception al merit ^vilS 9>o provided by city .p£Ffc>ftn<£6s, of whteii full particulars will be, given next Sleek. Mrs Merrett • 4a as been- engaged foi^the ball. ' ."^SThe fame of -jMie Lang Gar niva 1--has,:spr&^cr. far and wide...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Farewell Social. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 6 November 1918

| A farewell presentation is to be | tenderer! by the residents of Koowee J rup and district on Tuesday, Novem | ber "19, to Mr and Mrs P. M'Na | mar a. and family, who have sold { their business;!and c are leaving to ! reside in Hawksbuiai. At a "public j meeting on Tuesday night Mr T. •'. i Hurhop was appointed president of the committee; Mr L. J. O'Riordan, secretary ^ind 'treasurer; committee, Messrs F. -Ellis, H. 'I. Townson, G-. F. I-Iopkins,.. R. Ferguson, and J. | Mtfrr?son,T'-with power to add. Ool | lectors have been appointed as. fol j low :—Messrs W. R. Currie, Yanna than;- '.)i. .' Savage, Five Mile; .1. j i O'Brien, M'Donald's Drain; M. Shel-" | ton, M'Gregor's Drain; "S. Tv. Chris- [ i tie, Dalmore; ,T. D. Singleton, Toor ! adin; 'H. Lawrence, Lang Lang; Li. I W. Finds Yallock; L. O'Riordan, S F. Ellis and T. .). Burhop, Koowee- j rup. It was decided to engage Mrs ; Merrett to supply the music, ai^d j also to make application for police j protection at the hall. Anoth...

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