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Reply to "Onlooker." (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 27 November 1918

-:o:_ (To the Editor.) Sir,—Your correspondent, "Onlook er," lias been asleep, and has just awakened to the fact that a function was held on the 30th of last month to do honor to a gentleman who had served his constituents well • for - "a period of thirteen years. It has tak en him all .this time to rack his mud-i jflled brain sufficiently to put to ' gether . such apl-ant rot as this. He ' was surprised • (after reading the menu) thafc.there was not a great I deal moreClobbering and commiser- | | ation." What does he mean ? Does j he know iVhat he means! himself ? Fori I , my part I'have never heard the word before, and am at a loss as to his : meaning. I read your report of the j affair, and naturally suppose it was a %dr one. I fail to see where rate payers were insulted by the various ^speakers, and believe that it only ' •emanates from a diseased mind. The I sSfra^ements he makes later on con- j l fihiis me in that opinion. He.bemofyjs •Ais own absence from the functipn [ abusi...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"Digger Smith." [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 27 November 1918

" Digger Smith." . # T- —.V.' • We have received from the publish ers, Messrs Animus and liobertson^ Ltd., S9 Castlereagh street^, Sydney, copy^ of Mr C. J. Dennis s latest story in verse% ••.Digger Smith/' The book is dedicated to the 'V.I.F. •• Headers of "Ginger Mick" will -re member Little Smith of Collin wo^)d; \vii6"- "crtvled a fightin' tune" af- Sari ' Bail". This bpok tells - of*- h\j? retufti. fforpL Franc?.*. The Stor^ grips from j t^starb, and i'n "some jteapects „ is tha,. befit wor.k tjje&r Dennis has given us. It has plenty of comic relief, plenty.of the humor that is close to Aeaia', ariti as ever, the human-heart edn$5s that "gits us whefe we live." The reader is introduced <6 capital types of Australian country, folk, neighbors of out old friends "Bill and Doreen. Doreen, as lov^bl.e .tj\,er, ^ reveals quite unsufepticted d^ths of' , quiet humor. ,* * » Digger Smith thought aj^lot' 'Qut ThSre"" The poem "West" is a gem. Digger, gazing on' the sun...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tooradin Chatter. FINE OAT CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 27 November 1918

Tooradin Chatter. ? JFIN1S OAT UROL'. There is a particularly line eighty acre crop of oats growing on Mr \\\ Hardy's property at .Daluxore, of uniform height, averaging live feet high throughout, and it undoubtedly is the best in the district. Crops gen ei'ally throughput Dalmore are well advanced,: and this season will see greatlyi1*- increased production frcfm this fertile .urea. ' ■ ' &oo(b> fishing . . ' All, ".fishing boats had-'engiigtStueifts* last ' S.iiiitlay,iyid . the aggregate catch of "the entire fleet would',prob ably run into fifteen- hundred lish of edible size. The largest Qatch fell to Mr Tom Kernot, totalling 260 lish. The best haul of schnapper waS caught by Mr Charlie Kernot, total ling 85, including some fine speci mens. HELLO ! . During the week several workmen^ were busy erecting an extension pi; the telephone on to Messrs G. ancS.; T. Kernot's properties at Tooradin^.; • FIRST 'SUNDAY TRAIN. Residents' are reminded the first i ••Sunday train exte...

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, November 21, 1918:— [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 27 November 1918

Grain and Produce Market. 'The Gippsland and -.NortherA Co operative "Selling and Insurance Co. l^td. report, . November 21, 1918-:—* I Butter.—Separators, Is 3d to- . Is Is 3jd; 'dairies, Is 2d to Is 2-id. Cheese.—Proclaimed prices . unal | altered. * ' * Eggs.—Now that the warm weftther is setting- in, buyers are showing a preference for guaranteed nevv laid, and for this class an advance ^of £d per dozen took place on Tuesday last. Present quotations are i-^-Or riin'aries, lOd; privates, 10.Vd; spe cials, to lid; duck, 10 i 3 to ll^i. Bacon.—Supplies to hand this week are, barely sullicient to meet the de mand, and consequently the jnarket is very firm, prime light si'des selling at 11 id to Is; medium, lid . to Hid; heavy weights, lower; middles, is 2d. to Is 2£d: jackets, 10id. to lid; shoulders, Sid to 9d; * hams, ■ loose, Is 3d to ls-3-i-d; bagged, Isi 4id. ~ Lard.—Bulk, Sid to ' 9d>'packets,' 9 i d. , " * . Honey.—Prime quality is in moder ate demand at 5d; medium ta good...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lang Lang Welcomes Fighting Men. PRIVATE WISEMAN RETURNS HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 27 November 1918

Lang Lang Welcomes Fighting Men. :o; PRIVATE WIS UMAX RETURNS HOME. Private Harold Wiseman, who has been away from .Lang Lang for the best part of the war, and who was invalided to Australia severely wounded, being in hospital for 19 months, returned to Lang Lang on Thursday on tlie evening train. H'e travelled in a wheeled chair in the van with his friend, Pte. Joe Laiigham, who was also similarly accommodat ed. "Welcome ! Welcome ! Welcome !" sang out the hearty voices of the school children in a song of welcome as the train steamed into the Lang Lang station. The platform was crowded with old friends * • and ac quaintance^, all eagerly awaiting their chance of clasping his hand and bidding him welcome home. As . the chairs were lifted on to the platform;,'v the people thronged around .them singing "For They are .Jolly Brave Fellows," and "Rally • Round the Banner of Your CouAtry," etc. Heads were quickly thrust out of the train windows, and when their, eyes' rested on the patheti...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 27 November 1918

SERVICES.' !y :o: Presbyterian.—Yannathan, 11 a.m.; KooweerujJ, 3 p.m. ; Lang Lang, 7.30 p.m.—Rev. N. M. Jaboor, B.A. Kooweerup, 7-.30 p.m.—Supply. Anglican.—St. George's, Koowee rup, 7.30 p.m.—Rev. S. Deuchar, 13. A. To-day (Wednesday) picnics are being held at Oranbourne, Koowee rup and Lang Lang to celebrate the conclusion of the war, the Cran i bourne Shire Council giving the chil dren a treat. A full report will ap pear next week.

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Pantomime Revue. "DINKUM IN TOWN." [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 27 November 1918

Pantomime Revue. :o: "DINK I'M IX TOWN. * I'll.- Will llill I 'a in omime Ke\ ue < 'ompany is ilue to make its !e-;.p pearance in l.antr I.anir on Monday, I ber (.)th. Those who nail the pleasure of hearinir this comp-in\ on i he occasion of its former visit were we!! plcaS 'il with the programme pre sented. On i he above date "Itinkum in Town," which is a .ontinual scream. will be stairod. An entirely new programme will be iriven ii: the first hail' of the performance by p<;p II la r star artists. As the merits of lin» company are known, ail excep tionally lai'ije ainlienC'' is anticipated and local amnsi'iiient lovers a he en joy a irood clean entertainment, should not miss this o'/povv.-'.iiy. I';i;>1111: r prices as i.ei'o".''1 w ill l.o cha rired. \ddressing an inr>orinnt confer ence of primary producers, !'rofessor Hall, agr icu It ii fa I expert at the Syd iicy I diversity, said that, the in crease in acreage under cultivation from 2.000,1)00.oilO ...

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 — 27 November 1918

KOOWEERUP HALL. T1TURSDAY, December 12. KOOWEERUP COMEDY CLUB Will give a performance in aid of the Patriotic Fund. Varied and attractive programme, including the one-act farce, "ON AND OFF." r.opiilar Prices. Yannathan Butter Factory Coy., Limited. TENDERS are invited for the sup ply of 200 cords of 5ft Firewood to the above Company. Tenders to be addressed to the Cnairnian of Direc tors, and endorsed Tender for Fire wood. Close on December 12th. Full particulars may be obtained from the Mnnnger— D. S. DONALDSON.

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Lang Lang Pierrots. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 27 November 1918

Lang Lang Pierrots. 'The children's concert in aid ot the Lang 1 .ang queen, which took place on Wednesday night last, was an other treat. Although there was not such a large attendance as on their 1irst appearance, the entertainment went even better, as the youngsters are becoming more used to the stage. The opening chorus, "A Greeting to the Lang Lang Queen," by the chil dren, was effective and appropriate. Misses Alma .Jennings, Doris Betts and Florrie Wildes, three star per formers, attired as colleens, sang "Mary from Tippcrary" in fine style. Willie .laboor, as Charlie Chaplin, was also a serious rival of that famous comedian. Two little tots, Margery Montgomery and Lorna Max field, sang ''Ilow'd you Like to be a Babv Girl" with such bewitching in fantile naivete that they fairly brought down the house. These two sweet little kids reminded one of the wattle blossom babies, with their golden hair. Miss Emily Kirk danced, a hornpipe as neatly as she always <loes, and ...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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The Kooweerup "Sun" AND Lang Lang Guardian Peace Disturbers. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 27 November 1918

The Kooweerup " Sun " AND I<an.g !<aiig Guardian Peace Disturbers. • n * The hooliganism which has lately taken place ut public functions! is not abating-. 'On Saturday night the hall was bombarded with stones while a picture show was in progress. At thei 1 patriotic concert on Wednesday night an unseemly disturbance took place, when some young men at the door made themselves particularly objectionable. It is intolerable that ^peaceable and law-abiding citizens cannot conduct public entertainments withoir^ having fo undergo ■ these nigh-tly? attacks of ruffianism. ' What is the matter with these young men •? Some visitors were astounded at the 'disgraceful disturbance, and amazed, that the place is without, suitable police protection. Surely it is time ! some decisive steps were taken by the Police department to recognise Tvooweerup's claims in this direction. Some ellort should lje matle to locate these offenders, who simply take ad vantage of the absence of a...

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 — 27 November 1918

\ Fh IP9 © © © © © © IK IL ..,XHE MELBOURNE CHEMISTS I ^I':*t;BispeH§ing and all Prescription Work. | I;' . @ ;® . © xq%-*\g. ,•;« v- . \ § :§-- aiiff- SfeMTOy' H#Ite I Price 6s/'"feach. . ® FOK— r I? J? Best Australian Medicine. Give no griping and no '* discomfort. Price Is., 2s. 6d. % S >■ '®\'iri^ij1ipfc..Replies to.^A.1')'.,Correspondence*. 'g •••' .Order sent by RetuTii• Post. rid^' ;-.14@P:lp7^pUI ' ?v /. ?♦'*"$ i*y$r: ttsmoiVMitsiGuA<ry<*i<r\h\r$. Wo5!initsf"SHfc&ttr&Snsr><? © ®.®©@G@®Q®©$r v%TOUliWwVs3. • U&. L'jgi I © & 1 ® © I ® § Lifide qc&sv •*.'.& ►M ' ' j\ . • © • -= ° *** • @ • :^S©G@ip©©80©©©© OC©©.0©@© @ •V* * *\ " * - ' 0 v *l* <OV* ♦ • i-ST. : rrrt^srscwOTBJ 187 Queen Street,-/v'-. Melbourne; ^ 630 Church Stfeat, Richmond* <*> . . • • <$> J.< ■ : <?> I.,- '.'v/... *«* • , *. 'I y.rrrsr>na. wassgntti j...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Queen Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 27 November 1918

Queen Competition. The carnival just ended has again demonstrated that queen competi tions, although desirable as money raV^j^£-*t.patriotic funds, are not cohimo.f H)lc functions in harmonis ing- the .pciaJ and public life of the varidtis nistricts. This is a phase which unfortunately creeps in, caus ing jealousies and unpleasantness i jvhich are regret table in the public i life of a community, however level-' headed and impartial it may set out I on its campaign. It is noteworthy | that wherever such contests are held , once, they do not have a second one. j We know of districts which have been lamentably divided in c.onse-! Clirance, and bitter feuds have existed j between erstwhile friends. This is a] deplorable state of circuinsi'ances 1 which we would fain eliminate, but j which appears to be inseparable from j such affairs. One irresponsible per-1 son may make a malicious state ment, which is bandied about from mouth to mouth until'it becomes a public -rejfroach against a wh...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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"The Day." [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 27 November 1918

The following- poe^n by . • Chappell, a railway; porter oi 'ijivVh/ England, was widety^pUbl^e.cCvs*t - Australia in the e.arly# s war. Its reproft^cftpik, interesting:-^-*- .' (•+**', You boasted the Day, and. ybu lo&&£> ed the Daiy, ' '£* ' And now the,Day haS'come. Blasphemer, bj^agprt, and cowaiW all, , n . '•'• Little you reck o£;-Uiie • numbing ball* The blasting sli^t 'or fhe arm's" fali£, .*« . | v:"'' As they speed pooi^A^j^^^home^"'^.. You spied for the Dajjy. yoy lied, for the Day, * •» • And woke the Day's r<^,^p&£rn. Monster, who asked (jfc/i's. aid Divine/ . ' *r'\ /'»• \ ' Then stre^-gcl • seks''/Vith' the ghastly, V », i Not alk;tee waters »o£ all the Bitine'' Can wash thy foui hands clean. - You dreamed for the Day, you scheta ed,J.|pr the Day ; ■ \Va.tch«j,iow the Day will go, • Slayer.- of ^igfe and" youth-'.and prjme. (Defenceless .slain for never a crime}, Thou art stj&fieti-in blood -as> a hog • •, ,in slime?"* '...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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DANDENONG MARKET, NOV. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 27 November 1918

PAXDE-YONG M A H'KET, N( )V. 2(>. Alex. Scott and Co. Pty. Ltd., osepii Clarke and Co.. and Adam son, Sr.rettle and Co. Pty. Ltd., con jointly report :—About the visual j yarding of mixed cattle, including a few choict -milkers, which sold readi ly at full} lat.e ratesi. Some of the principal :ot.s were as follows :— Milkers—Greaves 13ros., one at £24 10s; R. T-Jenrv, one at CI 7 10s; B. Freeman, two to £15 5s; U. Williams three to £16; M. O'Dea, one at £17 2s (id; F. (.'inter, one at £15; .J. West, three to £21 10s; M'Sally Bros., one at £15 5s; Lea Corrigan, three to £19; .). Hughes, two to £20 10s; R. Hallinan, two to £10 5s; Bourke Bros., one at £16 10s; S. Seamer, one at £16; G. Knowles, one at £15 10s; IT. Masters, one at £15. Springers—Bourke Bros., five to £17; T). Newport, one at £16 5s; Lea Corrigan, one at £15 10s; H. Mas ters, two to £15 2s 6d. Store cattle —Small yarding and very dull of sale. Pigs and calves—Medium sup ply, and prices about equal to late rates. On T...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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"The Sun" Thanked. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 27 November 1918

" The Sun " Thanked, ® . ■ iisfi. At tlie conclusion of -the speci.St1 .meeting of the Kooweerup branch dt th? V.iWJ. on Monday night week, Mj- »L: C'oates moved the following resolu tion • "That the best thanks of the iMoo . weerup branch of the V.F.U. be ten*' dered to Mr Hopkinsrfor the valua^blo assistance rendered to the farmers of this district and to the principles ad vocated by our Union, through the articles which have appeared in the Kooweerup "Sun," exposing the, evila of the present' system; under which we sell our produce, and advocating the only remedy, organisation. Further, ! we consider that the best thanks and support of the wliole of the farmers, of this district generally and ot .. al), local V.F.U. .members in particular is' due to the editor and proprietor, eVte Hopkins." The motion was seconded by Mr Dalley, president, and supported .by Mi* F. (.Saltier, secretary, and Mr S. K. Christie, Daimore branch, ;jnd carried with acclamation. ' Mr G. !•'. Hopkins retur...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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District News. Cardinia. SUCCESSFUL EUCHRE AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 27 November 1918

. v Cardin'a. SUCCESSFUL- EUCI-IRE AND' DANCE. (From our^Correspondeni.) On Friday evening Mr Qrr's'barn •was the scene.of. »• most enjoyable and- profitable iuqc'ti6n,yth.e occasion being a euchre party .and .dance in aid of the kRepatriatiofn> Fund. Visi- l tors were numerous •'from th<S • sur-*' rounding districts'. .* The'barn was 'tastefully decorated1*. by the; ladies. The ScKbol...committee, with. tTiei^ en ergetic .<&'ci'etary (Mrs, Altfx. p.uf?)'- and the head . tether ' (Miss Poole), fclpft no stone ^untfthifid 15 make it a< suc cess. The catering >\*&'s in the' hands of the . ladies,* and was well up ill quantity and, quality. The euchre party, conducted .by -Mr M. Conroy, proved most enjoyable. Mrs Moxon romped home an -easy winner for the ladies' prize, and Mr Marriott, like wise, for the gentlemen's. Miss1 TCJ^lie. Jackson and Mr M\l,MiiYbhy scored the 'booby prizes.* Aftfer cards, seats were soon, femovgd, artd' ;...

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 — 27 November 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 •I aS 4 QEh • 3 . Si 9 ^ '• boja ® ; ° n ^ -i ■ 3g.fi it c3 Ss d S • f * I §•§ IJ« c3 U>? 3 -P X> J3 gfltf C12 o o « >> Ss fco O !>> II I & •P Vi a p C$ ej O co m ^ il w| bo CO fi Q CD August September October .. •November December 15 8 19 5 17 3 17 21 14 19 12 22 19 81 28 26 8 9 12 6 10 <fc 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 29. 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 Korumburra. DANDENONG MARKET. TUESDAY, DECEM...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Sales to Come. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 27 November 1918

—:o: Darulonong- horse sale, Saturday, December 7, at„ 11.30 sharp, 120 horses and 'ponies.—'Alex, f^ott and Co. v Dandenong' horse sale, Saturday, Novdlnber 30.—G-ippsland jjnd North ern ^.Co-operative Co. Clearing: sale, Blueguin Park, .Yan natha.n (das. Johnson's), Wednesday, December 4.—Jos. Clarke and Co. Clearing sale at Stud road, foande nong, Friday, November 29 (.1. Bar ton's).—Jos. Clarke and Co. Kooweerup cattle s^le, Wednesday, December 11.—Gippsliind and North ern Co-operative Co* Sale of M'XJubbefy's Tryst Estate, at Poqwong East, grazing- property, 267 acres, at K*»rum hurra Market 'Yards, on Friqay, December 13.— Alex, i^eott and djb. ' * -• - ■

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Carnival Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 27 November 1918

.Donations acknowledged by secre taries :—Messrs H. T. Glasscock, E. Head, F. Wildes and H. Rogers, £1 Is each, to Carnival funds. * * * . * * Live Weight Sheep Guess (1431b)..— Mr R. Gardiner, 1421b, 1. The re sult of the weight of dressed sheep was 66'Alb, ,'\ir• . Sheers winning with 661b. ' * •* *,• *. * The sale of sheep on the ground, donated by JLr J. T. O'Brien, was £5.4s8d. * #'*"■%• v • * ' 'Carnival Receipts. Gate .... ... ........ ... 36 19 0 Stand . ,'i- "... J} 7 3 [Refreshments' , (Ttiaiifv '/!"v ground) ' ' 4 • ?) . Fruit stall 24 12 7-J Concert ... • ; 23 16 7 Dance ... 5 5 0 £110 5 2i * . * * * * • i The total results of the Carnival, ' concert and dancev«re. expected to reach iilSO. .The grand total of the queen competition and Carnival in expected to reach £1340. * *•«*.». * . ' ^In. Mr M. Bennett's' winning, motor c<\r four young ladies represented the season's, as follo^:—Miss Isabel Ben nett, Spring; ]#iss Lily' tGardiner, Summer; Miss "fl osephine....

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Kooweerup-M'Donald's Track Railway. MR A. DOWNWARD, M.L.A., INTERVIEWED. HOPEFUL SIGNS. MORE SLEEPERS TO BE GOT. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 27 November 1918

Kooweerup-M'Donald's Track Railway. -:o: MR A. DOWNWARD, M.L..A'., INTERVIEWED. HOPEFUL SIGNS. . MORE SLEEPERS TO BE GOT. . On Friday afternoon a meeting, of persons interested in the above rail way met Mr A. Downward, M.Xj.A., with, the object of discussing the pre sent 'situation and the prospects of the line being gone on with. Mr S-. • Smethurst, president of the Yannathan League, presided, and said that no doubt the war had blocked the railway which they had been looking forward to for a long while, but the rates were-going on, and they were anxious to know if Mr Downward could tell them when there was any hope of its being started again. Mr Downward said lie knew there had been a great deal of disappoint ment at the • non-construction of the line. At the. same time he was. satis lied that the stoppage of the work .was- not a-.".pretext for its non-com pletion, but solely the outcome of the Avar. They saw there was no pos sibility qf 'obtaining' rails, and the Government did no...

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