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Farewell to Rev. M. G Opper. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 July 1914
i." vr-"tr Farewell to Rev. M. G Opper. On Fridaye'roniiig % Yannathan Hall a social gathering was held, an a farowell to Eev. M. G, Opper and 11 rs Opper, A musical programme was ren dered, and supper was provided by th-.' ladies. Numerous expressions of regret at their departure atrS good wishes for their fiitiiro w elf etc iti 'their new home at Orbost were tittered, Mr Ingram re marked that Mr Opper, in his work as a minister of the Church of England, had manifested that spirit cif Unity, which it was desirable should exist between tfre various Christian denominations. M"r Nichols spoke in an appreciative manner of the work of Mr Opper, whom he had found to be a man who had the cdurtge of his convictions, and Mr Melgfc&rS and Mr Chris Melgaard also paid warm trib utes of personal regard for Mr Opper. Mr S. Smethurst spoke in an apprecia tive manner of tho work of Mr Opper in the parish, and said he thought that per haps they should have doie more for him. However, while ...
PRODUCE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 July 1914
PRODUCE BE PORT The (Mppsland & Northern Cooperative Selling Co. Ltd. report July 23.— Butter.—The production in all States has decreased on account of the extreme cold weather prevailing, consequently the market this week has been firm, although at unchanged rates, choicest realising 1/2, choice 1/1£ to ]/l-J, good to prime 1/ to 1/0stores and secondary qualities lid, dairies and separators lOd to lOid Cheese.—The Interstate markets kte still quoting low rates, and we notice West Australian orders going past Victoria, Values are about £-d easier; New loaf is worth 7£d to 7|d, medium sizes 7|d to 7|d, semi-matured 8d to 8 id, and matured 9d to 9jd Eggs—Last week's rates were main tained on b&th sale days, ordinary lines fetching 1/3 to 1/3^d, new laid 1/4 to l/4£, preserved firm at l/ljd to 1/2 Bacon—Market firm, light sides selling at lOd to I0£d, medium weights 9£d, heavies 8jd, middles lid, jackets 9Jd, hams from lOd Lard—Bulk 7d, packets 7^d
Market Reports and Sales. DANDENONG MAEKET. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 July 1914
Market Reports and Sales. PANDENONG- MAEKET. Alex. Scott and Co. Tcport fts follows on yesterday's market:— Milkers,—-Troupe Bros. 3 to £9, Sel man Bros. 1 at £9 15/, F. Einsiodel 4 to £9 10/, T. McG-rath 1 at £11 12/6, H. Gamble 2 to £1015/, W. Hussey 2 to £9 5/, Jft. Allen 1 at £8 17/6. Springers—H. Taylor 1 at £6 17/6, P. McCraw 3 to £6 17/6, R. Angus 6 to £9, J. Alexander I at £7, T. Corrigan 4 to £7 17/6. Pigs to 1 Oij, calves to 25/6,
Football. YANNATHAN v. KOOWEERUP [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 July 1914
Football. ? YANNATHAN v. KOOWEKRUP Yannathan,—"Kooweerup met their Waterloo at Yanualhan on Saturday. Quito a large crowd attended in anticipa tion of witnessing a keen, spirited game, and they were not disappointed as the scores, 4—8 to 3—8, would indicate. Prom start tc finish the game was keenly contested, and every point gained was hard earned. Yannathan opened the account with a goal soon after the start, and kept the lead until a lew minutes ^efote the final bell, when KooWeerup led by a point. At this stage excitement ran high, and when Carl McDonald marked close up the Yannathan supporters held their breath Until the waving of t he two flags signalled that the intense moment was over and they could breathe freely again. Most of the Yannathan players did their share in winning a hard fought match, but Donaldson, Watson, Currie, Greaves and C. McDonald deserve men tion. For Kooweerup, Tierney and the two Lavelles played best.
Tobin Yallock Gun Club. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 July 1914
Tobin Yallock Gun Clab. A shoot in coiiiiebtiob with the Tobin Yallock film club took place on Saturday and was very successful, the birds being very fast. The winner of iho adjourned sparrow championship frotn last year was "Nynra," with E. Stonlake 2nd and "Lester" 3rd, The winners of the pigeon sweeps were :— No. 1, 10s sfreep—W- Beckb&tn and F. Brown. No 2, 5s sweep—Ei£er and F, Brown . . No. 3, L(js kweej'p—W, Bates 1, "Nyora" 2, L. Wildes.3 No. 4, 5* sweep—T, McGrath win ner with 15. kills N.i. 5, 5s sweep—\v. Beckham, "Nyora" aud L. Wildes divided. Sparrow sweeps were shot for, the winners being—No. 1, W. Bates and. E. dtanlake ; No. 2, E. Stan'ake ; No. 3, T. McQ-rath.
GRAIN. Tuesday, July 28 [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 July 1914
fx R A T XT. Tuesday, July 28 | Wheat—This is firm at 4/ tor f.a.q., medium 3/11 Oats,—Much firmer, with a good feed inquiry. Milling are to-day worth 2/5, best feed 2/41, medium 2/3 to 2/31 Barley—Good samples in demand &'t 2/6 to 3/5 for English, and 2/2 to 2/4 for Cape. Poorer qualities hard to clear Maize—Prime dry is selling at 3/5 to 3/6, but there is not much available Chaff—Supplies arriving are very light, and there is a good demand for prime oaten at £4 2/6, and occasionally £4 5/ Potatoes—Prime linos are selling free ly, but medium and inferior are still very dull. Choice Carma&s tte soiling at £4 151 and occasionally £-5, choice Snowflakes £4 5/ to £4 10/, medium grades down to £2 Onions—Prime are selling nominally at £6, with an occasional £(J of
A MISSING FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 July 1914
A MlS'Slim FRIEND. . .Under "Missing Friends" column the "Age" on Saturday last has tho following incoherent outburst.—offence ever in life intended. I never understood you. Your soul supposed belong another. Was scolded walking with you, and you drunk. Thought that you betrayed the trust you asku'd oi.me. MiHlidged you for a while through hurtful carried talk, and stormed unto you accordingly. Yet to think througli all my fearful misunderstanding yet you have bfiefa patient, long suffer ing and kind. Your life npt, deceitful. Drunken and evil as 1 have been told, but instead upright and honorable, good and true. May God reward you for your goodness, for now I know there is not a nobler man on earth May God reveal the truth to you.--Ella."
Lang Lang P.A. and H, Society. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 July 1914
Lang Lang P.A, and H, Society. o— A meeting of coiiamittee of above was held at the society's office on Mon day evening. Present—Messrs P. H. Y. LeRoux (President), Bonney, Ridgway, Blake, It. LeRoux, Cole, Coghlan, Cochrane, Grant, StaSord, Greaves, Henderson, Lucey and Glasscock (secretary). Correspondence. Korumburra Society, notifying that a conference of dalegateB of SotstiK Gippsl&nd Societies would be held on Wednesday, August 5, at Korum burra, and asking that society should forward any subjects it desired should be discussed. It was understood that the arrangements for Show dates made at Leongatha should continue for the next two years. The following mattera. will be considered at the conference :: —Uniformity of method of measur ing ponies exhibited at shows ; uni formity of entry fees and member's privilege ; the necessity of forming dairy herd testing associations through out South Gippsland, and having uni form rules to govern same ; determin ing what shall cons...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 July 1914
The Quality Store. EXTRAORDINARY ANNOUNCEMENT ! WISEMAN BROS. beg TO NOTIFY THE RESIDENTS OF LANG LANG AND SURROUND'lNG DISTRICT THAT THEY HAVE PURCHASED THE BUSINESS LATELY CARRIED ON BY MR e, B. GILES. patrons ARE assured TK\t their orders WILL meet WITH Prompt Attention and Utmost Consideration We Wamt Yotjb Business— anj> can guarantee SATISFACTION. . Only goods Of unsurpassable Quality Are Stocked at the QUALITY STORE—hence the name. f Satisfaction guaranteed and orders for the undermentioned goods respectfully solicited, _ All orders receive prompt attention, GROCERIES. IRONMONGERY, 'CROCKERY, GLASSWARE.. i SEEDS AND GRAIN GIIA-1?3? - BEAM - POLIjAEIi PRICE LISTS 8ent on application and a trial order will convince the aroat sceptical WISBMAK 1!®§, L&1&© X.U5% LITTL1 GENTLE. Persu/^siqn : ■ i We don't want to get -yon into our Store for what we can get out of you. It's for what you can get out of us. Try and let us persuade you just to favor us with one brder...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 July 1914
For chronic Chest complaints* \Voods' Gireab Peppermint cure. 1/6 "lAXETTES" Aperient Chocolate Squares; Effective as castor oil. Pleasant as a. chocolate cream. All chemists and storekeepers, 1/- and I E/6; or Bowen & Co., Swanston St., Mel 1 bourne. Send for free sample
Swamp Drainage. THE PREMIER AT CORA LYNN A SYMPATHETIC HEARING [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914
Swamp Drainage. 'THE PREMIER AT CORA LYNN A SYMPATHETIC HEARING On Saturday at noon the Premier '(Sir Alexander Peacock) who was accompanied by Messrs Keast and Downward, M.'sL.A) met at Cora Lynn hall the moat representative, arid probably the largest meeting of swamp settlers yet held in connection with the drainage proposals o£ the Government. A motion having been moved to ap point a chairman, the Premier said a chairman was not necessary, as he ccusidered this was a deputation^ Mr Keast welcomed the Premier wiih some complimentary remarks, ;and said that though the Government had generously increased its contri bution towards the cost of the drain age scheme (£55,000) to £15,400, a number of the settlers were not in favor of going on with the scheme "unless the Government increased its 'contribution: The settlers were deep ly pleased that the Premier had come down to see them and hear a discussion 'on their grievances. (Applause.) Mr Downward said with a view of shortening proce...
ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914
ASSOCIATION MEETING. A. meeting of delegates was held at the Palace Hotel on Monday evening, Mr W, P. Prior in the chair. Present—Messrs E. Stanfield and A. C. Colvin (Eoowee rup), J, Pickett and T. Jennings ^Lahg Lang), L. Tamblyn and D. Donaldson (Yanoathan), D. Henderson and G-. Eg erton (Tooradm). Yallock was not rep resented. Protests, received from Itooweeriiti ag ainst Yannathan, Tooradin against Lang Lang, Lang Lang against Tooradin, Lang Lang against JBIooweerup, Tooradin again st Yannathan, were held over -until the noxt meeting, owing to there not being sufficient evidence, A motion by Mr Pickett to rescind rule No, o was carried by the required maj ority. The Secretary, Mr Smithi tendered hi9 resignation, stating his reason for doing so was that the clubs were continually breaking the rules, and not trying to help the Association to iiphold them. This was received with regret, and a motion to that effect was recorded in the minutes.
BILL NYE PLEASED. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914
BILL NYE PLEASED. Bill Nye says—All the Clubs have put up a good fight, and their performances recall the saying of Wellington when watching a football match—"That's where Waterloo was won." Differences must be sunk, for Kitchener may need the undivided support of that fine fight ing material foi- purposes of defence, and iu the coming struggle wo must be all one big association united for the defence, honor and triumph of the British | race,
GRAIN, Tuesday, August 4. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914
d a a i n, Tuesday, August 4. Wheat—ihere is practically nothing I whaterer doing iu tbis lino, as both buy ers and sellers are awaiting developments ! Oats—Much firmer. Milling 2/5, best feed 2/4|. medium 2/3 to 2/3£ Barley—Prices range from 2/6 to 3/4 for English, and 2/4 to 2/6 for Cape. Maize.—Light deliveries, and the market much firmer. Prime dry at 3/9 to 3/9 Chafit—The market is easier, prim3 oaten selling at £3 15/, and occasionally £3 17/6 Potatoes.—Prime lines are selling free ly, but medium and inferior are still dull; Choice Carmens £1 15/, and occasion ally £5. Snowilakes £4 5/ to £4 10/; Medium grades down to £2 t Onions—Deliveries this week much lighter, and market rather better. Prime t £6 5/, occasionally £6 10s.