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Council Notes. GERMAN PACIFIC NAVAL BASES [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 December 1918

Council Notes. :o: GERMAN PACIFIC NAVAL, BASES The town clerk, City of St. Kilda, forwarded the following resolution : —"That in the opinion of this Coun cil it is essential that the terms of peace shall ensure removal of the menace that has existed for many years past owing to the setting up of German bases in the Southern Pa cific, and in view of the importance of this matter ,o the Commonwealth,» respectfully suggests to Municipal Councils and public bodies that they express their views thereon and give support to the Commonwealth Go vernment." Cr. Hill rose in support of this resolution, after several members had considered it beyond the pro vince of the Council. Cr. O'Brien was very sarcastic, and with well-feigned Sincerity considered that perhaps those in authority to dealfwith such momentous affr'-.^^ight be glad to | take some advice'from this Council. | A motion that no action be taken brought Cr. Hill to his feet, again with an amendment, as follows :— "That this Council ...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cranbourne Council. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 December 1918

sijqigirgcyna r-iarsdn xs-l t Cranbourne Council. :o: The above Council met on Satur day. Present :—Crs. 1). M. M'Gregor (president,), •!. T. O'Brien, A. Cam eron, Jil. Simpson Hill, J. Hardy, W. Brunt and Wilson. CORRESPONDENCE. From H. Evans, Cranbourne, de siring- ten chains of Minihan's road gravelled.—To be asked to contribute towards cost. From W. F. Waugman, Dandenong, applying for slaughtering license in Green's yards at Green's Lane.—Left in hands of inspector for report. From Shire of Melton, re width of tyres. From J. Cahill, North Melbourne, ottering (id per cubic yard for sand at Eumemmerring Greek.—To be informed that Council will call ten ders if they decide to use> it. From State Recruiting Committee of Victoria, 'thanking the '.Recruiting committees for their work.—.Receiv ed. From Trustees, Executors and Agency Co. Ltd., desiring consent to a drainage easement in Cranbourne (.Hudson's property}.—Received. From H. Wildes, Yannathan, ask ing for a sawmill to be re...

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 — 11 December 1918

to advertisers. All^copy for advertisements should be written'in ink, 'and the-number'of insertions plainly specified, otherwise} they will be inserted until counter manded and%charged for. Advertisements should reach this office not liter than TUESDAY in e$oh week. Subscription to Paper :—3s per quarter, 12s per annum, in ad vance, post free. Price per inch per insertion £ s. d. For Casual Advts. ... • ... 0 3 0 Lost and Found, Wanted, 16 words (*cash) ... 0 1 0 Bookeid ... 0 1 6* Standing Advt»v an arranged by contract. Monthly changeg^tillowed. Dandenong RAILWAY MOTOR j GARAGE, Opp. DANDENONG STATION. ImILLETTBROS., Prop rietors. CARS FOR HIRE DAY AND NIGHT. Barnett tiiass and Goodyear Tyres. Benzine oil accessories stocked. New and secondhand cars for sale. Agents for Ford (Jars. Phone Dandenong 30..

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 — 11 December 1918

TO OUR READERS. We want correspondents every where, and will be glad to hear from anyone willing to assist. The usual rules will be observed. We will also be pleased to receive social paragraphs, pars, about peo ple, stock, land, crops—anything of public interest. We wish to make this paper a worthy representative of your district, and you may help us. Anything that is worth talking , about is worth printing. , Address all letters to :—The Edi tor, "Sun and Guardian," Kooweo- < rup. 1

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Prize List of Clyde Flower Show. Horticulture Judge, Mrs Ryland. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 December 1918

Horticulture .Judge, Mrs Ilyland. Best three roses—Les. Ridgway, 1; Surali Haynes, 2. Collection roses — Les. Ridgway. Three pansies—Miss E. Funston, 1; .'J ack- Urowis, 2. Collec tion pansies—Mrsfe - 35r>. FuiiffC^n and L. Ridgway, equal, 1. Six sweet peas— Miss Hunter, i;;. ^£es.'.Ridg'vay, 2. Collection sweet peas—Mrs Manks, 1; Andrew Stewart, 2. Three geraniums —Ada Ridgway and Ula O'Donnell, equal, 1. Collection geraniums—Miss Thomas. Three snapdragons—Miss Thomas and Les. Ridgway, equal, 1; Hiss' Hunter, 2. Three stocks—Les. Ridgway, 1; Miss Thomas, 2. Cut (lowers—Miss Thomas, 1; Les. Ridg way, 2. Wild flowers—Louis Stick, 1; Ada Ridgway, 2. Six carnations— Miss Thomas, 1; Les. Ridgway, 2. Collection orchids—Ettie Reynolds, 1. Three buttonholes—Andi'ew Ste wart, '1; .Jack Beewis, 2. Three dress sprays—Andrew Stewart, 1; 'Wilbur Croskeir, 2. Three button holes (wildtlo^vtjrs)—W. • Croskell, 1; Jessie Forrest, . ;2: Cookery^ Judge, Mrs Holt. Victoria sandwich—Mrs Crouch, 1; M...

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 — 11 December 1918

Shire of J " , ^ NOTICE. jRelatives' erf Red CrossjNiurses. re turning on furlough are requested to at once notify the'Shire Secretary oi.. the date pf their ratl'rn, so. that they can be properly repo'gnised and wel comed. ' ' „ CEO.^TAtJGHAN, Shire Secretary.*''' « Cranbourne- Shire -Hall, . December 7, 1918.-. Influenza EDidemic. Residents of Craijboume Shire da*o notified that they must at once .no tify the medical authorities at the nearest centre whenajfijv suspicibus case resembling S'panfeH ' infhjeQZa/ comes under notice, so th;j,t ""-'f^iper. ^precautions can be *l;al<en-. , N6i>ic& . must also be sent to the Shire' Secre-^ tary without delay.'Influenza vaccine " will be available a,t LangvLaiig, vKoo- ^ wecrup and Cra,nlKVprn&." * Q-Jf.0.* M'AUGJ3k\N, . » S hvre<- S efcre'tary^-' Cranbourne Shire- Hall; v . ' . ■ • > December 7, 1918." IvOOWEERU P • \DR.-VINTAGE. PUBLIC JgpTING. All Ratepayers interested in. the Ivooweerup Drain...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 December 1918

THANKS. Mrs (Joghlan and family desire to Thank their many kind friends for expressions of sympathy and Nurse R'owe for her kindness in their recent sad bereavement.

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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PROCLAMATIONS. LANG LANG QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 December 1918

PROCLAMATIONS. LANG LANG QUEEN. To your Most " Gracious Majesty, Queen, of Lang Lang.—Be pleased to ticcept the humble homage of your most loyal subjects. We acknowledge your noble rule, gained by election at this competition, in aid of a most worthy object, viz., assistance to,the Red Cross Society, which wais 'form/' ed for the purpose of alleviating the pain and hardships v;^of our noble men, who have gone forth' *to fight for Liberty and Fre.edonfe and • who, thank G od, have helped - to win. that light, having shed glory .aiidMustre, not • only on themselves by their valorous deeds,. but likewise, on fair and free • Australia. Your gracious name is held accredited- not only by your loyal subjects- o£ ^ang Lang, but by your rival queens,' as brie who has always sought to- dispense kind ness and. .amiability-, and. -riiay . your reign be .long and'r parked -by per fect peace."' •' . ~ YALLO CK- QUEE5JY .To your -Most Qracious* Majesty," Queen of Yallock.—We hail 'the fair queen. ...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Message to Workers. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 December 1918

, Commonwealth of Australia, De partment of Defence, Melbourne, Hth November, 1918.—DearT^-Sir,—At a time when we are all looking for-. twat"d to a cessation of military ac ft.vity, 1 t'a'ke the opportunity to re new for myself' personally, and on behalf of the administration, the .ex pression of deep feelings of apprecia tion of the work don#, in-th& inter-? ests of the Australian, soldiers by the Australian Comforts Fund during thg| pagt four years. I know that your organisation realises what great de mands will still.- be made upon its resources and energies during the time when • the men. will be linally re leased, from the strain of actual li,ght-j jug for return 'to this country. It is ■all the more necessary thai the co operation of-the public with your ef forts shoulcl not be slackened in any wa^"'. 1 trust, therefore, that until the! happy . time when all units of the Australian Imperial Force shall have , returned to Australia, the endeavors ^f. the Australian Co'm...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Coronation of the Queens BRILLIANT CEREMONY AT LANG LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 December 1918

Coronation of j the Queensj BRILLIANT CEREMONY AT LANG j LANG. The final scenc in the Lang Lang, j Yallock and Yannathan queen com petition was enacted on Wednesday night last, when, in the Lang Lang Showgrounds, a large crowd attend ed to witness the crowning of the winning queen and her rival sisters. The weather, which had been very threatening all day, culminated in a heavy Scotch mizzle just as the peo ple were wending their way to the ground, and made it somewhat un pleasant. It 110 doubt had some ef fect on the attendance. Had the night been fine there would have been a record number present. The rain, or mist, did some good finan cially, as it filled the grandstand to overflowing, and this no doubt more than compensated for any loss it caused in limiting the patronage. People were there from all the sur rounding districts, all eager to get a sight of their local queen and . her retinue. It was a happy, eager, and expectant throng that settled dow n to view the ceremony. Mr E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 December 1918

a vnenaaBeanaiassssssssEB ©©©©©©©©©©©©©G©©©©©©©e©©QG©©0©©©©©©®®®®®@©©@@®©©@©©@@©©©©@©©®©@©©@© @ VVVVVVVVVVVVVVM i«M*sAAA^VVVVVV;¥V^ ^VVVVVV^^VV-VV5* ^VVVVV i Come Early, and do not leave your Xmas Purchases till the last few days ! © Don't wait till the Goods are picked over. I i © 1 © © I © © © i i i © © © @ i i @ i © i PEACE and XMAS Time are a combination of events very appropriate—Peace on'Eartli, Goodwill to Men after the Long War! A double event without parallel in our history. . '■ On top of this comes ELLIS' GREAT PEACE XMAS FAIR, which will bring. acMed Joy to those who take advantage of it. _ ' * We take this opportunity of extending to our ..customers the hand of congratulation on the glorious victory achieved by the Empire and her gallant Allies in the cause, of Fij^e'dom 'and Jusjtice. Instead of holding our After Xmas Summer Sale as in past years, we Will-in future hold a Xmas Fair, so that those people wno want Goods for Xmas may have full benefit of our Reduced Price...

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TO QUEEN OF VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 December 1918

- .TO $UttEKT OF' VICTORY.'' fiuQerf 6ft Victoi*y, our voices' t • now "we ralfee' « i Tij • que triumphant song of joy and j . 'praise,■ •** *'» *' ' ' j Witji'thanks »t6-God, who ii> 'His f nicrcj-, ITe * ! Gave. *us the fruit* of glorious Vic I tory. . « . .• • | ijong have black war-clouds hung I 'alffro'Ss .the sky, •* , ! Long*have- \ve heard the stricken | people,cryk; . I The earth was pHmged in gloom and [ bloody war, ' /V* I Wit|i Freadoyi Standing trembling 'at j /the door. " i And when Australia liost ''d tj»e" war | . alarms ' A / ' Her g?fllant» sqns aqd heiifies sprang to atms. » ' Their firm resolve fras-but to do er' die, # .„ .•*** •' • |'The ' freedom of" the .""world" their1' .battle cry. And -many a lad, whtj came {.rd^n hill v andv plain, w • . * ' • And ; tpwn and- ^.ll^r,' siin^er" came* *- *l5ack again.'' ' ' *♦ • Their: bones are resting on a "foreign shore, ■. Australia qiourns her -heroes gone before,.* . • . . • • } iUjijcse ri.r6|%he men ' \vht> k...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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TO QUEEN OF PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 December 1918

TO QUEEN OF PEACE. O, glorious Queen of Peace, We welcome you this day ; You bring a glad release, And we our homage pay., The wide, wide world rejoices, Right triumphs over wrong, A hundred million voices .Unite in praise and song. For you, our snow-white dove, Our hearts are brimming o'er, With gratitude and love Our feelings we outpour. Angelic hosts are singing Peace and goodwill again ; A grand glad song is ringing, Long may the Peace queen reign. In every clime and latitude, On every foreign strand, Peace, Freedom, Love and. Gratitude Go gaily hand in hand. .. . Australia's sons have fought * ancl ! bled Upon a distant shore, And- those wjio paid the sacrifice Will come. ag>q,in."'no more. A happier end no man could have,. In facing fearful odds, , ,/« ' To die for home and country,: *' And the temples of* his .gods'. ' , To those brave fighting ^ Al^acs Our souls with'gladness- yearn ; We'1,1 keep the home fires^burmng Until they home returttu O, thank the'Lord, ye people,...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Tooradin Chatter. TEAM OF LADY SWIMMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 December 1918

Tooradin Chatter. ;o: TEAM OF LADY SWIMMERS. In addition to the programme pub lished in last \v.eek's "Sun," Toora din aquatic sports next Boxing; Day . will be enriched by a performance o£ a strong team- .of young lady swim mers from the Victorian Lady Ama teur Swimming Association: 'Miss. Lily de Beaurepaire, hon. secretory, generously, .offered the. team for bare expenses;',•" which the committee very gratefully; accepted. . Sergeant Hen dersotv just returned from active service,. ■ extending over 3 k years, will:giYe an exhibition of rough rid ings Sergeant Henderson won the championship of - Victoria some years .ago; and had also the honor since of giving a. command performance be fore the King. As a rough rider, Ser geant Henderson, is probably one of the best men in'Australia. He toured the island continent with Dr. Carver, when thai.,,' distinguished gentleman visited here from America. MUDDY GATES CHANNEL. A big factor in the future of Taoav-' adiii is wrapped up in .possib...

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Anzac "Billy" Henderson. WARMLY WELCOMED HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 December 1918

Anzac *• Billy ■' ftemierSiOn. * 5 *► s- i WARMLY" W JiL COMED HCkME, t » • * •. ! 1 Among th.e lales,^'retu^mng Anzacs is 'Sergeant' "jBillJ" •• Henderson, whose well-knojyn genial physiog nomy was ,seen In Crar;beurne on Saturday'. He . was welcomed fevcy^' where by everybody, and glad hands' 'and kind words were" extended to ' "hiin. "Bilty,n has seen about .3i gears' service, and is looking very well. He i\as had a long sojourn in «>#hich has been rert tiertd rfnything -tyht .holy under the abVminable^ rule >of the Turk, to * whom ke .refers iy scathing terifis. la is co unity," with its holy historic association^ jias been transformed a hotbffid »of loathsomeness, frb'm "which the tfe^irtkl inhabitants have now been .^relieved by the Allied forces, the "Anzacs faking a big part in the • liberation taereof. This sacred •territory, unflei' th£*"%beneficent rule of Britain,' tf ill soon Sfe restored* to its former p^ndition. NeTQfthelesS^ "Bil ly" Si>y^/.they can have air...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Children's Hospital Helped. BALL AT FIVE MILE. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 11 December 1918

Children's Hospital Helped. BALL AT FIVE MILE.     On Friday evening there was a very good attendance at the Five Mile Hall, when a ball 'was arranged to help the funds of the Children's Hos pital. The promoters, Mrs A. E Rundle and Miss M Lavelle, desire to thank the visitors from Yallock and elsewhere for their attendance, which largely contributed to the success of the evening. The hon. sec retaries, though working strenuous ly beforehand, had to contend with decidedly adverse conditions, owing to negligence on part of the com       mittee in not attending to the hall, "which does not encourage those to work who would be always willing to assisst at these functions, besides making it uninviting to visitors from a distance. A little more attention in future would be appreciated. Mrs Rundle is deserving of a special word of praise, for she put her whole   heart and soul into the effort. The proceedings we...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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A Spiteful Act. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 December 1918

\ * 4 ■ ■■* * —. - fateful Act, . - *■ _;0:" . I , - (To vhe Editor.).^'''" !'. , girj_r woulcL;'like the ; frolic ' tq' ^uow" through the raodium of your pdper' wf a mete, spiteful act vented Jdjj -the G^aiitviile Returned Soldiers' > Committee by someoije with a., bi^' of the U.un in them. %*». notice >*board, stronglv._-ma.de, and fixed to a tree fo'i^'itroh ■ nails, wit'h a ' poster of "the Grantville Sports Carnival, was. s.mashed by someone with an implement and the pieces thrown over a nearby fence'. The object of this fund- is to raise money to pre sent to each returned soldier in ■'Grantville, "The Gurdies" and Al nlurta a sum of money on his: return home,' and yet there ate some in our I midst who would do such a mean 5 trifck as the'above. It is not the 1 first, time, as other notices have been ' torn 'down the same way, and still, ' in spite of it. all, we will win • Shrough.—rvOne- of the Workers of the I (.! .R'.fe. Fund.'f Grantville, December A'

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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The Flax Industry. APPRAISING THE CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 December 1918

The Fiax Industry. \ APPRAISING THE CROP. The Commonwealth Government, in order■to encourage the growl h of flax in Australia with a view to. help-, ing to supply the needs_ of the Im perial' •_ authorities, /some time, ago guaranteed 1x> purchase the i91S crop at ii5 per-ton for flax of speci fied standard. It was announced on Friday by Senator liussall that Mes srs J. E. Ro billiard, Victorian De partment of Agriculture; E. R. Mor ton, of Drouin, and S. K. Christie, of Dalmore, had been appointed ap praisers in connection with the pro posal. The appraisers are visiting the D'rouin and Warragul districts this week to inspect the crops there, while . tfre ivoowgerup aiid Dalmore flax will be .valued.;in the week fol lowing. The ppints on which the ap praisement - will be made include length and quality of straw, quan tity of seed, freedom from weeds and undergrowth, and the manner in which the crop is harvested. Indica tions afe that a very satisfactory yield may be expected, alt...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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POST AND TELEGRAPH ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 December 1918

-5 1 • • ' < POST' AND ,TELKG-RAFH , aiiuanup^vts. ; Wednesday, ' December 25. Closed all day. No mail butyi-ness'. Thu^sda^", 26tn December, Friday, 27th Decepibei;, 'and Wednesday, Jan "tiary 1,. 1919.—'Post ,<i.rid telegraph I offices open from '9 •3M85',. to 10 a.m., litit ,no\rdoney .• order business trans acted. .Ul*e first deliverv only effect ed.- • -

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The Holidays. WHERE TO GO [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 18 December 1918

vl' '^ThfeolidSp!^^;^ — !o: • ;vv«-'<v . /WHERE* TO GO, Boxing Day.—Aquatic Carnival at Yooradiu. Splendid"'programme ' of aborting and aquatic- events; includ a tbam of lady professional '$\vimm^»s and Miss Ivy Beaurepaire, ' champion swimmer. Grand, ball at niglit. . , Boxing Night.—A.L.P. ball in Lang Lang Hall..jGood 'music and refresh-^ ments. ' • Christmas EVe.'—Grand Victory Fair in Koow^erup Hall,, in aid of St. George's Church. Father Christ mas* has promised to be preatot . to give the little ones a trea,t.-.v . New Year's Day.t-^, Yarmathan. ,Sports Carnival. A finefQcogramn^e 0%port£ processigjgand, prizes.. Big-:':' Scottish ^^c^r!s ^itga^eS.^ A grand, ball at night: ■% New Year's Eve.—Grand" ••§cpt&isto concert, arranged by -the KoVweerup Caledonian Society. Splendid pro-, gramme by "The Calebs,Scottish cOjnedians. dancers and musicians. ' Monday, » December 30—Grtyitvftle' Sports CarniVal, in aid of Fund:1, Grand ball a.t night. -i

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