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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 24 July 1918

(.'rude were the 'ilrugs and clinic ways In what were culled "the good old days," For science t hen was at itff birth, And what it taught was littlti'worth.v. They knew no anaesthetics' then. Nor means of stopping oxygen; And what was just as sad, be sure, They had 110 Woods' Great Pepper mint Cure. ■»■*•*** The pronunciation of General Foch's name and the question where he was born have been discussed in "Education," and— the contro.versy has brought forth an interesting statement from the general's officer d'ordonnance (A.1),C.), who says that General Koch was born at Tarbes, llaul.es Pyrenees, and i^thus I from the south' of France; also that his name is pronounced "Foche," which, in English may be rendered as "Fosh"—the "o" is long. * * * ' * * The delegation of Australian edi tors, which is proceeding to England at the invitation of the British Go vernment, has arrived at 'Frisco. ♦ # * * * A couple of days ago N.S.W. was threatened with . a drought. Now heavy rains are falling...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Kooweerup Drainage. (To the Editor of the "Sun.") [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 24 July 1918

Kooweerup Drainage (To the Editor of the "Sim."} WTiile the citjizens of the Empire are rejoicing at the sue cos of the Al lied armies in the new offensive, I would like to bring nnder the notice of the local residents a. wireless which has just been received :—■ KOOWEEIH i i - C (.) MM IJ N IQ.TJE. Tuesday, 8.80 p.m. "The oll'ensive (drainage)' still con tinues along the whole front (street)1. 'Flie headquarters staff at Cran bourne are making great (?)' efforts to combat the nuisance by shifting the responsibility for the attack. Much "gas" is being used, and it looks as if the local residents 'are being camouflaged.— J). KAI.VK, War Correspondent. '

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SNAP FOR A SOLDIER [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 24 July 1918

A- SNAP FOR A SOLDIER :o:— "Truth" says :—The G overnmcmt is! Imying land for' returned soldiers at ridiculously high prices, whereas, if inquiries were made, there would probably be found a number of own ers of encumbered properties who would gladly hand them over to the; Hepatization Hoard for the benefit of the soldiers, rather than let then; fall into the hands of the mortga gee. This is the case \with a lady who called at "Truth" office last week. She owns a farm in the Bunyip settlement in Gippsland, consisting of 95 acres (60 acres lit for the plough)', with orchard, house out buildings, etc. The property is mort gaged for il'.tOO, and she cannot keep' up the payments. Six months inter est at 8 per cent, is now owning, and altogether it would cost about ;01000 to "clear the property. Of course it is worth much more than this. A neighboring property* unim proved, brought £21 per acre, and the Government is being asked up to £-.10 an acre for similar land in the district;. As t...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Noxious Weeds and Rabbits [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 24 July 1918

Noxious Weeds and Rabbits :o: At the Fanners" Convention at Co lac, during the discussion on Noxi ous Weeds and Rabbits, the Minister lor Hands "(Mr Clarke, M.L.C.) said that after a careful consideration of the whole subject he thought that the destruction of. rabbits ' and noxi ous weeds should be linked together as one problem, and to be handled entirely ,by three experts on the lines of the Country_lioads Board and the State Water Supply Commission. Such a board would require an an nual income of something like £45, 000. Of this sum, he thought, the State Government would bo willing to provide thq sum of £36,000. The remaining £9000 should come from the shire councils, which would be divided into three classes, according to the extent to which their areas were ' infested with rabbits and weeds. The councils would be ratted at amounts varying from £25 to -CI00 a year each year. Mr Clarke added that he was expressing his own views, and not the views of the Ministry, but he believe...

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 — 24 July 1918

O'RIORDAN'S KOOWEERUP General Store Groceries, Drapery Ironmongery Crockery Boots, Shoes Stationery Etc BRAN, POLIARD, FLOUR, OATS .AND WHEAT KEPT IN STOCK. AGENT FOR CUMING- SMITH'S MANURES. J? * J. Moloney Land and Property Salesman LAND VALUER. FINANCIAL and INSURANCE AGENT DANDENONG, KOOWEERUP and COLLINS St., Melbourne. Farms for Sale in all districts. PROFESSOR STRACEY, Horse Tamer, Specialist, and Equine Dentist, D AN den1 ON G. Horses Carefully Educated to Saddle and Harness. Colts Castrated by Latest Scientific Methods. Horses ISought, Sold, or Exchanged. Address— MR. CROOKS' FEDERAL DINING ROOMS, DANDEEONG.

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
On Guard at Bethlehem [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 24 July 1918

On Guard at Bethlehem The following interesting letter has been received from 'a soldier at Beth lehem :—"I am on guard at present, and it is a gr^at £ionor, I can tell .you, as I am guarding the birthplace and manger of our Lord. It is a very wonderful* place, and I never thought that - when I used to read about it that one day I should stand and guard it. The birthplace is marked by a fourteen-pointed silver star, presented by the French Go vernment. The stable is hung v. ith lamps from nil different countries, and they look beautifil; and I might add that they aro always alight. Thei manger itself is cut in natural lock, "but marble has been put in to lreep it in good preservation."

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCH BRANCH ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 24 July 1918

).(>'" 11 I1UAXC11 A X NI • A I , ai.EFJP ixt:. 'Die annua! meeting of the'"' I ,och l-'armers' I'nion was very largely at tended by farmers, and afterwards addresses were delivered by Mr .1. -T. Mall and Mr Clencross. A social fol lowed, refreshments being provided liv the ladi. s, while musical items added to the evening's enjoyment. The m eting should give a decided impetus to the union, which is be <*omin«r a'-'en stronger throughout l lis district. A meeting.of ladies in to he held on Thursday afternoon to form a women's* branch of the union ( —the first branch of its s.win Vic lorin—a unique distinction. At t'le annual meeting, ~Mr S. l.a ver presided over a large gathering. The balance-sheet showed the re ceipts for the year to be £8S 16s 8d, and a credit balance in hand of. £30 liJq 2d. The Chairman complimented the branch on its satisfactory posi tion, and also roferred to the good work of the secretary (Mr A. Mar tin). The chairman thought, more members shoul...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMEN'S BRANCH AT KOOWEERUP. ADDRESS BY MRS GLENCROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 24 July 1918

WOMKX'S BRANCH AT KOOWEE HUP. ADKKRSS BY MUS 0 I,K.NTCROSS. A meeting was called for Saturday afternoon for the purpose of forming a women's branch of the Victorian Fanners' I'nion. The following- were present :—Mesdamos O'lirien, llalley, .leflerv, 1 luxt.a hie, Cochrane^ -Ion kins. Marshall, Hocking, Giles, Fol lett, Caltier, and Preston, Missed Dunlop (2), L'oates ^>ul Hock ing. -Mrs (.'lencross, of Brighton, deliv-i ered a splendid address on the ob jects and aims of a women's branch. She is a lluent speaker, and was ac corded a hearty vote of thanks on t!ie completion of her address. .Mrs Mnxtable moved—"That this meeting considers it desirable to form a women's brand) of tne V.K.r. at K.ooweerup." Seconded by Mrs Palley and carried. odice-bearers :— President, Mrs .1. O'Hrien: vice-presidents, .Mrs Palley and Mrs (iiles; secretary and trea a committee Avus postponed till Wed surer, Mrs T\ (J.altieir. The election of nesday next, when the first meeting of the brunch will lie...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTS' CLUB DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 24 July 1918

SPORTS' CLUB DANCE, The Sports' Club's weekly dance last' Saturday night was well at tended, and the Red Cross will bene fit by profits arising therefrom. Patrons were indeed fortunate in having Messrs J. Glasheen and R. Henderson, who generously gave their services gratis as violinists, al so Mr King (cornet), whose pay is gratitude, and the very best thanks af the secretary. Miss King (pianist), completed the music talent.

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Torpedoed Barunga HOW AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS BRHAVED. SPLENDID HEROISM. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 24 July 1918

Torpedoed Barimga —:o: HOW AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS BKHAVED. SPLENDID HEROISM. LONDON. Fridnv. The steamer Barunga was torpedo ed on Mondavi, when carrying 900 returning Australians. Eye-witnesses 'state that the heroism of the sol diers* is unparalleled. Destroyers! im mediately arrived, and, despito the swell, rescued all. . ffhe soldiers behaved magnificently, .transferring the sick and disabled to the- boats. Some of the sick wero Towered by ropes. The most daring of the soldiers jumped into the wa ter and swam to the destroyers. The nurses were? among the bravest* and calmly waited to take their places in tlie boats. Within an hour the Barunga was awash forward, but she remained afloat for ten hours. Everything on board was lost. All her company ha:s| been brought to Kngland, the sol diers returning to Weymouth. SOLiDIEllS HELP DISABLED. Men of the Barunga's crew, some of whom have been half a dozen times on ships that have\been tor pedoed, say that they have never be fore seen brav...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOLDIERS' PRESENTATION COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 24 July 1918

SOLDIERS' PRESENTATION COMMITTEE. We are rather isolated at Toora rtin, and our budget of tattle re quires little space to relate. Last week . the Presentation Committfee, whose office it is to farewell soldiers leaving the district for service abroad, had their annual mqetjing, Under the presidency of Mr *£T. H. Fitzgerald, J.P., who gave the inter esting facts that for the year under review 18 soldiers had been present ed with wristlet watches. In further honor of the boys, a proposal is afoot with Mr W. llooke and J. D. Singleton, treasurer and secretary respectively, to plant 18 trees (Aus tralian flowering gums), with- suit able treeguards, at an approximate cost of £10. The site for these trees will extend from the State school, in the direction of the Tooradin sta tion. To each guard a plate will be a flixed, bearing the name of a sol dier, and the donor's name in such cases where the cost of guards and tree are donated (about 10s 6d in ; value). Persons interested in the mat...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TANNATHAN BRANCH V.F.U. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 24 July 1918

'1 'ANN-ATMAN BRANCH V.F.U. A.A U A L> AlliEfUNG. • The annual meeting of the Yanna- j than branch of the Victorian Farm- ! ers' Union was held in the Yanna- [ than Hall on Monday, July 19, the attendance of members being good, j Mr M. Bennett (president) occupied j the chair. The minutes of the previ ous annual meeting were confirmed, i on the motion of Messrs Gardiner ; and JLonergau. j The balance-sheet as • read was adoptecf, on the motion of Messrs J. I Carson and D. Poole. I Mr J. H. Smethurst moved that Mr R. G. G ardiner take the chair to j conduct the election of officers for ! the ensuing twelve months. Seconded ! by Cr. Cameron, and carried. j Mr Gardiner moved that Mr Ben- ; nett be re-elected. Seconded by Mr S. Smethurst; supported by several l other members, and carried unani- j mously. On the motion of Messrs/ .J. Smer ! thurst and M. Bennett, Messrs R. G. j Gardiner and S. Smethurst were ' elected vice-presidents. I On the motion of Messrs Lonergan j and J. Gardin...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 24 July 1918

LAND SALES. Mr J. D. JSingleton reports having sold, on account of Mrs Cribb, of Wangaratta, 17. acres: at Tooradin to Mrs H. Fitzgerald at a satisfactory price, also selling same from Mr Fitzgerald to Mr F. I-Terman, who t will build and reside 011 the block.

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FISHING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 24 July 1918

FISHING SEASON. We must hope with the coming fishing Reason Kooweerup citizens will-com'e .to our rapidly developing, fashionable, angling resort. No charge to come. When the bream start to change their winter menu river, .anglers get busy. Then the bay angler (a different specie of fisher man) wakes up to breathlessly chase schnapper and whiting relentlessly for six months round Western Port Bay. A quaint vegetable matter call ed sausage weed is a sure harbinger, of spring when it leaves the floor ;'of the bay jand clusters in great variety and quantity on the surface of the water. This is now taking place. I venture to stick to nature in her forecast, believing spring is at hand, and exit winter, with hjer snow and sleet that bedims, the summer gold.

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 — 24 July 1918

v Closer relations are to be estab lished between the .United States and the Orient. The first step toward developing commercial intercourse on a large scale has been, made possible by the first apropriation Congress has ever made for the specific pur pose of promoting the Far Eastern trade. . The formation of the Allied Industries , Corporation is announced. For the first time in history Ameri can manufacturers have formed com binations to develop foreign trade. Forty-four mill owners whose/domes tic sales- aggregate annually £20, 000,000, have authorised the cor poration to send agents to Central and South America, Cuba, Porto Rico, the Dominican Republic,, the Philippine Islands, and the Straits Settlements to introduce goods. The firms include makejrs of textile goods, heating and lighting systems, chemicals, leather, rubber articles and toys. For children's hacking cough at night, ^ W One remedy has proved the best; And parents tell with fond deiight ITow it has answered every ...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Gippsland Battleplane THE PROJECT STOPPED. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 24 July 1918

Gippsland Battleplane :o: THE PROJECT STOPPED. An intimation has been issued by the' Commcmwtalth Government; stop ping all subscriptions for battle planes, as the Imperial authorities cannot undertake the construction of any more machines, owing to the aeroplane factories being booked up with orders for some time to come, hence any donations from Australia for this purpose could not be utilis ised at the present time. The amount required by the Ma.ffra Shire (£180) had been almost sub scribed, and the question now arises, "What is to be done with the money ?" At Maffra a number of subscribers favor their quota being devoted to the planting of trees in the Soldiers' Memorial Avenue be tween .Maffra and Sale. The (quoto for Hey field and Glenmaggie- has been over subscribed.

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 24 July 1918

News of the Week. I At the annual meeting of the Lang Lang branch _ of the A.L.P., heldion Monday, July 22, a motion was* car ried thanking all those who assisted to make the'opening nightj a success, mentioning Mesdames Pickett and Tvirk for their untiring efforts in dis pensing supper during the evening. The balance-sheet of social evening and dance is as' follows :—Receipts— Sale of tickets and cash at door, £t> fis 6d; donations, 4s; sale of refresh ments, £2 13s 6d. Total, £9 4s. Ex penditure— Refreshments, £2 7s 6d; hire of hall, ,15s; hire of crockery and breakage, 4s 3d; printing, 15s; profits paid to local Returned Sol diers' Fund, £5 2s 3d. Total, £9 4s. The balance-sheet was adopted, and regarded as very satisfactory. * * * * • In connection with the Australia Day celebration at L'ang Lang on -November 22, nominations for Queen of tSang Lang will be received) by the secretaries, Mess:fs ,T. H. Livock and W. Sutherland, or E. N. Wiseman, acting secretary, up to 8 p.m. o...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tooradin Topics. HARD TIMES BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 31 July 1918

(By J.D.S.) IIALU) TIMES BALL. On tire evening- of J uly 24th ult., a ball, the first of its character, was held in the Tooradin Hall, in aid of St. Mary's Dandenong and Cran iioarne Queen Carnival. Special pains were taken to artistically decorate the hall. (1 reens and (lowers were em-, ployed in generous fashion, while hunting and (lags figured prominently in ihe spectacular effect. The Ladies' 'ommittee, of whom too much can 't- t he said, worked with unusual vigor and success, so that Miss M. Masheen's duties as secretary were i considerably lightened. All associat ed with the signal success achieved, both socially and financially, are to be congratulated thereon. About 150 ue:sons attended, and the hall was altogether hopelessly inadequate to allow all to dance at once. Fortun ately, the weather remained fine, while the dancers came hurring up from all points of the compass. Sub sequently as the evening advanced a Scotch and Irish mist set In steadily i'cr the remainder of the...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Kooweerup Progress Association ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 31 July 1918

Kooweerup Pro gress Association AXXl'AL M UETIXG'. The annual meeting of the above was held at the .Mechanics' Hall on Thursday evening. Present "•—Messrs (J. Urn-hop (chair), Lt. P'Riordan, T. • J. lMirhop, C. Adency. J. Hudson, Uethune, .Marshall, .J. Morrison, W. • Johnson, G. F. M'opkins, .and the secretary (Mr F. Ellis)/ After the continuation of the min utes, the retiring president (Mr CI. liurliop) said that he wished to thank members for their assistance during the past year. Me thought that tlie otlice should go round, and was not again a candidate for the position. During the year just clos I ed they had secured the services' of | a bush nurse, who was now install ' ed. Lamps for the township had been j procured, lie had not seen them lit, i but at any rate they were ,'here. The matter of resubdivision of ridings : had been gone into. We have decided to go further into the matter during the coming year. We fought hard for the drainage, but very littlo has been accomplished...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Kooweerup Drainage (To the Editor of the "Sun.") [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 31 July 1918

Kooweerup Drainage (To the Kditor <>t the "Sun.") The advent of the "Sun" h;is been the means of waking .up the towns people to the neglect of their town, l'rny heaven it may waken our councillors to their sense of duty.— ,"AN"TI-FILTH." AVhen ITeraud, the writer of now .forgotten epic poems,' had published one of his volumes, hd met Douglas .Jerrold, and asked, • "Have you seen my 'Descent Into Hell ?" "JsTo, hut I should like to," said Jerrold, with a. chuckle of delight.

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