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Products and Prices! [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 13 November 1918

* 'fel thtfalast meeting of the ICoowee- | ). iix> l-'ar^i-s' Union, Mr L.. Coates notice (if motion for the next Ifirjal mooting :—"That we discuss and means' of formulating some s~rymi> upon which to organise the uJ^o!e of the swamp area and suv rti&miing districts, with the object of j oBaining some control of the sale of f °vf' produce." To this end a general j meeting has been called for Monday I 18th inst., at Kooweerup W'hcrj all members and intend irjgJWnembers are requested to at tfgi* The subject is one which can n<5|, fail to interest every man on the l.£t(d. The question of prices and pro fwt'.s has long been a sore point, wgich was never exemplitied xuore figly than during the present. sea s®.» when farmers had to accept a rflree which did not pay for produc tion. The scarcity of shipping 'has un-i dfubtedly a good deal to do with j life export trade, but no sane man ! \v^ll believe that it is responsible for | th'e present, price of potatoes at...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KAISER ABDICATES. SOCIALISTS PROCLAIM REPUBLIC. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 13 November 1918

KAISER ABDICATES. SO CIA IA STS TROC1 .AIM.V liEl'UBIJC. LONDON, Sunday. Tlnv Kaiser signed his abdication cm Saturday. lie is reported to be in Holland. A Uegent has been ap pointed. A republic has been proclaimed in Berlin, amid much rioting and blood shed. There has been a general strike, and the majority of the men are arm ed. The revolutionaries control most of the principal cities. The Red Guards occupy the greater part of Berlin, and are restoring or der. . The kingdom of Wurtemburg has been proclaimed a Republic. The revolutionaries have seized Es sen, and it is reported that the 'Krupp family have been arrested. The whole of the German navy is in the hands of the revolutionists,, flying the red flag. 4 • f

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AT LANG LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 13 November 1918

AT LA NO 'LAXIi. When the news came of the signing j '•i the nrmistk-e by Germany at 8.45 i ••.in. thore w is an exoi"ssion of over- | whelming joy amongst the townspeo , - pie, who soon turned p.Ut^from becl and fireside. In the miclst oi all the jubilation there wak; a» certain^ amount of sober seriousness., and also of deep sympathy for tlaef' mourners of loved ones. ' f It wasn't long before a towif*«baLtid made its appearance, and Mr E. Cougle rode round, breaking the news at front doors. Everybody resorted to the hall, where patriotic airs were sung after "Oh, God, our Help in Ages Past" and "Praise God, from Whom all Blessings Flow." Rev. N. Danne, Constable Cole, Mr 15. Wiseman. Mr E. Cougle, and others made short speeches, punctuated by the band, on the platform. Everybody went home at 11.30 p.m. with light hearts and prepared to make a day of it on Tuesday in the Show Grounds, where all sorts of sports were indulged in, Mr 15. Misson being a cefttral figure with Mr Montgom...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PEACE DECLARED. WORLD-WIDE REJOICING. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 13 November 1918

PEACE DECLARED. WORLD-WIDE REJOICING., ! 'J"lie armistice between ilie Allies and Germany was signed at 5 o'clock ' in the morning of 11th November,, and hostilities ceased on all fronts at 11 o'clock a.m. TERMS OF THE ARMISTICE. -The terms are very drastic, equivalent to complete surrender, im mediate and complete evacuation of invaded territory, all those Germans who are in the territory after four teen days to become prisoners ' of war; occupation by the Allies to keep pace with evacuation, which must be done in order. Repatriation of all inhabitants within fourteen days. Surrender of a huge quantity of army material. Evacuation by German Army of countries on left bank of Rhine, and to be administered by local authori ties under the Allies. Allies to hold principal ' crossings of the Rhine, with bridgeheads of a 30 kilometre radius on the right bank; garrisons to hold strategic points of the re gions. A neutral zone of ten kilome tres on right bank from Dutch to Swiss frontiers'....

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 — 13 November 1918

The Government Is • grafting a bill providing- fp;v the ' cofnpiil§<5ry regis tration ofTO^trixlg and'earmarks. The conditions Jermit the use of pri vate brands as well as the register-, ed brand, but Qjyl^i certain portions of the stock can £>e "branded, .says an exchange. A good .- idea tHis, " only branding certain portions. Some brute might take it'into his head to brand the animal anywhere f •*> v ► o®®®®®©®©©©@©©@®©@©^ ©&©©©@®©©©©0©®©©@@©©&i® !, .. •■■:«. ' ' l 4 ' 'I li • 'X l/JH ir 9 | THE MELBOURNE CHEMISTS . ■ ' . ,• • • .» \ * | Dispensing and all Prescription Work! 1 foe- * E " @ © © © © Belts 1 •• ■ © o • • o o d. Ei.irer .p-tlls-. I ®Best* Australian ISfecliciii*;*- 4$S Give no griping and no © discomfort. Prtqp Is., 2s. (3d. || 1 Price 6s. each. FOR— FOE— *© « © © Q ® Prompt Replies{to-vVIl. Correspondence. » § •* "livery Orde^ sent by 'Return* Post. ®0<> # <0 •*'' ' * t S'l" $ 185-187 BO U R&E-g5T. t *...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AT KOOWEERUP. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 13 November 1918

AT KOOWEEHUL*. News was received here on Monday i night- It was accepted with reserve i by many, who remembered former j tiascos, and waived for odieial intel- j licence. Fog- detonators were explod- i ed on the line, and there was somo ' cheering, but many people resolved, to wait till morning before getting j unduly excited. Then, when the morn/- ! ing papers came through, it was seen I hat the long war was over at last, j and the Huns' fangs had been drawn, i A little after ten o'clock the hall! doors were thrown open, and the i school children, marshalled by Mr ; I'.ason, head teacher, marched into ; the building, where a programme of: patriotic airs was rendered, with songs by Miss Mickle, Mr F. •! . Lap- ■ son. and Sergeant Finck. Messrs I'.ason and Hopkins made suitable1 speeches. Mrs Townson presided at (he piano. The National Anthem was sung w ith great fervor. The Marseil- , iaise, and "Utile Britannia-," "Anzacs : I-'.very One." "Soldiers of the King,"' : etc. Cheers were...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VICTORY WILDLY CELEBRATED. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 13 November 1918

VICTORY WILDLY CRLKBKAT'ED. Scenes of great enthusiasm occur red in Australia's principal cities. In Melbourne great crowds on Monday night celebrated the event, singing, ; cheering, and otherwise displaying ; their gladness at the termination of ! the awful four years of slaughter and ' agony. Some few boisterous pranks, j senseless enough in themselves, were j indulged in, such as ■ running trams . oil' the lines, but in the main the . crowds behaved remarkably well. The ! news was announced at the various ] places of amusement amidst tho j greatest excitement. Tuesday was proclaimed a public holiday, and everybody threw business cares to the winds, or as far as they could. In Sydney there were some remark able scenes and the wildest excite- ' ir.ent. It is said thai business lias 1 been suspended for a week, and hard- i ly anybody will work. The huge bell j at the C.I'.O., which had not been I rung since Hie eighties, boomed out its gigantic tones. j In all the country centres th...

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 — 13 November 1918

Di Uilio's band will play at the si-anna than garden fete on Saturday next. STUD NOTiCES. To Staud this season at -.shleigh," Kooweerup, and travel surround ing districts. First prize "winner three-year-old Draught Stallion, Royal j Agricultural Show, 1914. I i V\l l'T< >N STVLE, Bay Colt, £oal 3d "liUli October, 1911. Bred .by Mr 0. Maroske, of Vectis East. His sire. Shepherd Plaid (imPQrted from New Zealand), won over 30 first and champion prizes m theWim mera district. His sire, Shepherd Lad C524- N.Z.S.B.), gained, first and champion prizes two years in suc cession at Inverca'rgill, and also gained first prize for best entire with two of his progeny. Orandsire, Herd Laddie (2S6rf ['.S.B.. imported), won .flr^ :hamnion prizes at Xathalia m , first and champion and first for tlj§* Doherty Cup at Nathalie, anfl fi st ind champion prizes at la.tura, lby> Hampton Style's dam, Bonwe, by Hampton Prince (121 k.S.53., ported), 2nd dam by Roya\ Be»,^ho was a great prize t...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Heath Hill Flower Day. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 13 November 1918

Heath Hill Flower Day. j A very successful (lower show and bazaar was held in Heath I-Iill School on Friday last, and by its I means the Repatriation Fund will ' benefit to the extent of about £30, a result that reflects great credit , upon the willing workers whose un tiring energy is ever ready for patri otic elTorts. The school's funds now amount to over £220, while about £230, has been subscribed to ■ war savings. The bazaar was opened by Councillor Cameron, who explained the objects of the Children's Floater Bay, and put everybody in/good i heart for spending by announcing the news of Turkey's surrender. A walk round the stalls* showed a good supply of useful things at reason able prices. ' The exhibits were also of a high-class quality, and made.' a i goodly show. Outside a shooting gal lery had been erected, and the con stant tinkle of the lijell proved the presence of excellent shots. A pig, given by Mr P. Gardiner, was fired for, and was won by Mr W. Kelly, Mr 0. Wildes sho...

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 — 13 November 1918

Pithy Pars. I An alterations made in the Postal regulation provides that if a tele phone subscriber calls up a trunk line number which is engaged and then cancels the call half the usual tee w'ill be,,,charged. • * » * * '"f liy advertisement to-day Cr. D. M. AIiG'regor-ajprirouiices that the Shire of 'Or.anbourne' desire to entertain all the children within the shire on Wed nesday, 27th inst,, to celebrate peace. The centres appointed will be Kooweerup, .Lang Lang and Cran | bourne, and all patriotic associa ! tions, school committees, teachers and parents are requested to give their assistance in making this a memorable occasion. A public holi day will be proclaimed throughout the shire. Immediate steps should be taken by the centres mentioned to hold public meetings and get to work | without delay. | * ' * * * * I On Tuesday, December 12, the Koo I weerup Comedy Club will present a capital programme of songs and variety items, including the one-act farce, "On and OH." Proceeds ar...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Concert at Modella. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 13 November 1918

Concert at I (From a L'or'respo.nclent.) The. entertainment held at Modolla ' on the 23rd lilt., iu aid of the piano fund, proved, a very great success. A .splendid [/fogi'itmnie was rendered to a;most appreciative audience by will ing helpers' from Jiunyip, T>rouin. ' Lotigwarry, Yannathari, \ and Model la, and the friends were favored in beihg able to secure as chairman and auctioneer the very able services of C'r. Casey, who kept things going in a lively manner with his usual Vra niorous.'remiirks. Hearty votes of thapks, movbd_J>y (Jr. Casey and -Mr T.ugton, to the artists and all who had contributed gifts and helped in any other way _ towards the success of the evening were carried by accla mation. The programme was as follows :— | National Anthem. . The drama, "In 11 rinor 'Borkn'dwas played by the .ftunyip ' I3fra.matic Co., as follows:— Si£ Geo. Mr Harcourt; Phil ■Mp Graham, Mijdjtjbr'.'A. /Sutton; T;ady. Carlyon, Miss M. * {-Sutton; Ttose Dal r.vmple, Miss Harcourt. T...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Indemnities. WHAT GERMANY MUST PAY. INTERESTING ESTIMATES. NEW YORK, 12th November. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 13 November 1918

p V°: WHAT (!EI(ir^,Y )ll'kl' PAY. I .VTKRKSTJ.NTC: F^'PIMATES. NEW YOIlK, 12th November. The Washington correspondent of the New York "Sun" says' it is esti mated that Germany will he com pelled to pay £2,000,000,000 iri'deim nity for damage done to Allied pro perty on land and sea. Such an in demnity would he about'half of (!er> many's present national wealth. It is considered that 'Belgium will re ceive £350,(5.00,000, and France, be tween £400,000,000 and £(i00,000, 000. The losses of the British mer» chant fleet are estimated -at about £550,000,000, and those of the Al lies' merchant fleet l'osses are esti mated at £100,000,000. The damage done to Russia., Servia, Rpumania, Montenegro and other small Allied nations would complete the total. Critics of the voluntary ballot are highly amused at the mistakes made in sending out cards. We personally knew of one youngf man who has re ceived five cards, and he is not yet 18. They are evidently in search of a •J oan of Arc, as Miss...

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 — 13 November 1918

Lang Lang Carnival. The forthcoming Australia Day ! Carnival promises to outdo any for mer gatherings held in the district. The procession is to be a glorious affair..- It is to start punctually at ' 11.HQ a'.ni,?. and, headed by the Re : turned• Soldiers' Military Band, will parade all tlie;principal streets and thence to the Showgrounds. Keen de i bates ait tnktnjj place as to the mflr ! its of the different queens' displays, i each queen's . • committee naturally striving to. rti'rfkfe* their display the winner. One hea'i's hundreds of ru mors concerning ;uhese tableaux, and if some are :.tfuQ- then the tableaux .will indeed lie" weird and wonderful | things. Hut we . must not anticipate, i Then we hear that some very | f'queer'' characters; are to parade in I the best sustained and most original , sections, ijls.o .• that the decorated | draught horses are .to be objects ol ■ admiration -fijid' wonder. Given favor ; able weat'Htir, -it 'will be a day of j pleasure ' and entertai...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Grain and Produce Market. The Gippsland and Northern Cooperative Selling and Insurance Co. Ltd. report, 7th November, 1918:— [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 13 November 1918

I — | Grain and Produce Market, j :o: I The tiippsland and Northern Co- ; ! operative Selling and Insurance Co. j Ltd. report, 7th November, 1918 :— ! j Butter.—The market is firm at j the proclaimed prices, being first i grade, 154s; seconds, 144s 8d; third ; grade, 135s 4d; separators, Is 3d | to Is 3Ad; dairies, Is 2d to 12-£d..j Choese.—N ew makes are in plenti-i . ful supply and good demand, but I semi-matured are extremely scarce, j .Proclaimed prices remain unaltered, i Eggs. — Ordinaries, lOd; privates, 10:|d; specials, It).1.d; duck, lOd to j 10 Ad. Bacon.—In good demand at un I changed rates. 'Prime light sides, 11 id to Is; medium, 10Jd to lid; i heavy weights, lower; middles, is 2d j to Is 2Ad; jackets, 10id to lid; | shoulders, SAd to 9d^ hams, loose, | Is 3d to Is 3Ad; lagged, Is i^d ; j Lard.—Bulk, 8Ad to 9d; packets, ' 9Ad. • j Honey.—Prime quality is in moder- j ate demand at 5d; medium to good, j 4-Ad to 4:.'-d; dark and inferior, low- j er. | Potatoes. — Supplies ...

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 — 13 November 1918

:ox>30jomoxa>30ic>:o' See the New Spring Millinery s I 8 Latest Designs and Styles NOW OPENING UP AT FRED ELLIS and Go. J KOO Wfi£"E: RUP. I 1 ' I se»»»»»»m«8ca8»2 ^o^>3o^o3c>^>mox>3c> I A. C. W. BAILEY, % Timber Merchant^ Builder and Contractor, ♦ Langhorne st., DANDENONG. ❖ —.,— ♦ a good stock of timber, galvanised iron, spout ♦ ing, nails, STOVES, gates, wire, wall PAPERS, ^ patnts, oil COLORS, VARNISHES ON hand. i T the EXCEPTIONALLY low prices will SURPRISE you. * ♦ ❖ jD@©©OOOOOOGOOGOOOO0OO©OCGOOOSOG@©©©©©©©©©@ j MOTOR CLUB HOTEL, | 1 Cranboume. © © W. J. TAYLOR, Proprietor. ales, WINES and spirits OF the very best BRANDS. excellent stabling and loose boxes. two BILLIARD tables. J cab meets ALL trains. > ©®©©©©®©®®©®@©©@©0G0©©©©©©©©©©©®@©@©@©©©© © 8 © ^^❖^^o^oo^ooooooooo-^ooooooooooooooooooo^o^ I ROYAL HOTEL, ! ♦ ❖ t Knowpmm. ♦ 4 Kooweerup. «. | — | ! D. McNamara, Proprietor. I ♦ J 21 ❖ ♦ ^ ^First-class Accommodation. Best Ales, Wines & Spirit...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Cardinia. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 20 November 1918

Cardinia. (From Our Own Correspondent.) On Tuesday, 5th inst., a working bee was organised by the residents of | (Sardinia to assist Mr Marriott, one of our brave men who has returned from the war and who has purchased a farm ia this district. It was grati fying to see it a great success, and that our district was not backward in showing the practical way of ap preciation and sympathy for those who were not afraid to don khaki and fight for freedom. 'Twelve acres were ploughed, harrowed and drilled in with millet. The farmers who took part were Messrs G. Beazley, W. Moxon, R. Ryan, N. Smith, G-. Hardy, M. Murphy, H. Bedwell, M. Conroy, J. Cornish, "W. Orr, W. Loader, and Lex Duff. Potato planting is in full swing. This part is fast becoming a great potato centre. The rich flats are all going into cultivation by practical growers. Hay cutting has started, and some very fine crops are to be seen. Many of the farmers have gone in for flax, and this district seems to be well adapted for...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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LANG LANG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 20 November 1918

LANG LANG "MARKET. At the Liang Lang market on Thursday 150 head cattle were yard ed to a fair attendance of buyers. A nice Ayrshire milking cow, sold on behalf of Mr .1. Ooghlan, brought £15 10s; fat heifers, -CI4- 1.0s, on be half of Mr W-. H. Gardiner, Yanna than; springers to £15; stores to £12; two-year-old heifers, fat, to £9 10s; 18 months old to £(> 15s.

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Grain and Produce Market. The Gippsland and Northern Co-operative Selling and Insurance Co. Ltd. report, 14th November, 1918: [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 20 November 1918

i Grain and Produce Market. j The Lrippsland and Northern Co-op- j ! erative Selling and Insurance Co. j j Ltd. report, 14th November, 1918 : \ Butter.—Separator, Is 3d to Is 3id; dairy, Is 2d to Is 2£d. ! Chese.—New makes are in plentiful ! supply and good demand, but semi- j matured makes are extremely scarce. Proclaimed prices remain unaltered. \ figgs.—Supplies to hand this week showed considerable falling off, and the market, remains at unchanged rates. Ordinaries, lOd; privates, 10:,'d; specials, 10 id; duck, lOd to 10^d. Bacon.—Supplies to hand this week are barely sufficient to meet the de mand, and consequently the market is very firm, light sides selling at Hid to Is; medium, lid to 11 id; heavy weights, lower; middles, is 2d to is 2 Ad; jackets, lOid to lid ; j shoulders, 8id to 9d; hams, loose, I Is 3d to Is 3id; bagge.d, Is -lid. Lard.—Bulk, S.Vd to 9d; packets, 9id. Honey.—Prime quality isi in moder ate demand at 5d; medium to good, 4-id to 4$d; dark and inferior low e...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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The Kooweerup "Sun" AND Lang Lang Guardian News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 20 November 1918

The Kooweerup " Sun" AND I,aiig X,arig Guardiao, News of the Week. Lang Lang Carnival on Friday. ' I lie procession is expected to be a great feature. Holiday excursion fares on all lines, issued on day of yarnival and available till 25tli. , It is hardly possible that the wea ther will be like it was last year, but rather the reverse. We expect a' tecoid attendance and record tak ings. .The Carnival concert is to be a great affair, supplied, by Melbourne artists. We advise booking seats early to avoid disappointment. j The sports programme is a Splen did one. and sure to attract a re cord entry. AH roads will lead to Lang Lang 011 [i&icia'V- We sure and have a great da.v'fife.outing. 1 hw ball will be a grand wind-up a anf^ night's festivities. AJerrt^t's band will turn on the mu sic, \vTiich is a. draw in itself. I htM; everyone is on tip toes of ex pectation as to the queen result. The .numbettt have been kept so dark that anybody-might win. Yallock is expected to he well...

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 — 20 November 1918

XBQBBRaa LIIGLiHWJ >JT»1IUW \ o;<e^c8K(o;ce^c>ca>.o:o; 8 in spring llil £ I Designs and Styles NOW OPENING UP AT FRED ELLIS and Go. I KOl> W tC jN> U F>. Ececememe^mo^ ^memememes rasmwam & | A. G. W. BAILEY, ! | ♦ Timber Merchant, Builder and Contractor, % J Langhorne st., D AN DENONG. ❖ t —"— * £A GOOD STOCK OF TIMUER, GALVANISED IRON, SPOUT- ❖ ❖ TNG, NAILS, STOVES, GATES, WIRE, WALL PAPERS, % % PATNTS, OIL COLORS, VARNISHES ON HAND. £ t ^ X THE EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES WILL SURPRISE YOU. ❖ g&©©©©G©GGOOO©OGOCQGOG@GGO©©©GGGOQGGO©GGQ©@ • ™OTOR^ CLUB HOTEL, Cranbourne. ALES, WINES AND SPIRITS OF THE VERY BEST ® BRANDS. EXCELLENT STABLING AND LOOSE BOXES. f| TWO BILLIARD TABLES. © CAB MEETS ALL TRAINS. © DO O »'®@®@®©®®©®©©©©©©©©GOGD0©O©©©©©©©©©©©0eQ©€> $> 0®$>0<>&0<>0®<>0<>000<X>$GQ ! ROYAL HOTEL, ! ❖ ❖ 1 Kooweerup. I ❖ ! i t v. 1Y1C1 t ^ ^First-class Acc...

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