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Football. LANG LANG v. KOOWEEKUP. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914

Football. -—:— "♦ — LANG LANG v. KOOWEEKUP. Lang Lang is reported to have had a severe licking at Jlooweerup on Satur day, and it might surprise those who are responsible for the report to knofr that, under adverse circiimstailces, the maroon and whites made a highly credit able showing. In the first place, two prominent members of their team, Collis atid House, were amongst the absent, and in the second place, they were pitted against a combination of Koowee rup's best players and some stars from the Bunyip association, any one individual of whom would have influenced the game. In the second quarter Lung Lang put on 1—3 to 0—4, but there their pull on the game ended, and the homo team had at the last bell 6—-18 to 1—6, All Kooweerup's men were conspicu ous, and O. Colvin did some extraordin ary place-kicking. Jack Coghlan again showed himself to be tho back-bone of the losers, and, although with very strong opposition, played the best gamo on the ground. W. Tibballs showed very cle...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Milking Machine Testimonials [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914

Milking" Machine Testimonials What a tew users rashly testily to, atiev working the machines in some cases only a week or two, and in others only a month or two, is of little or no value whatever; Only after a machine has worked successfully on 3 dairy farm for two or three years can any value be attached to a testimonial, because in the past machines that worked successfully the first season ruined the cows the following season. The unfortunate experience of many farmeis in having cows injured proves th«3 folly of experimenting with machines that have no successful working records back of them. Mr. \V. H. Potts, F.C.S., Principal of the Hawkesbury College, N.S.W., where the " Lawrence-Kenncdy-tiillies " Milking Machines have been in constant use for nearly nine year's, recently stated that he spoilt a whole herd of cows with another machine after using it a season, but the " L.K.G." of the present day gives every satisfaction, and its success is beyond all question, Messrs. J. Bart...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914

Loud rolls the drum, with a rura-tiini tum, The bugles blare, but our boy's not there j He is home in bed With an aching head. He did not parade (By the 'flue' delayed)— JBig musters assure With Woods' Peppermint Cure,

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Services. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914

Church Services, Sunday Next, Catholic Church.—Mass at Kooweerup 9, Lang Lang 11. Presbyterian Church,—Lang Lang 11, Kooweerup 2.30, Yarmathan 7, liev. W. Ingram. Church of England—Kooweerup 11, Yallock 3, Lang Lang 7. Rev. H. de Putron Hitchcock Methodist Church. — Yallock 7, five Mile 11, Cora Lynn 3, Mr Nicholls. YannathaD 11, Mr Melgaard,

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914

"LAXETfES* Aperient Chocolate Squares. Safe —Effective—Delicious. Wise mothers will discard nauseous castor oil. All chemists and storekeepers, 1/- and 2/6; olr Bowen & Co., Swanston-st;, Melbourne. Send for free sample. A farmer who is buying a Cream Separ ator might as wiili "throw his money to the birds" as to pass the special prices and terms on "Dairymaid" and Bluebell" Separators now being oSered by International Harvester Co. of Australia Pty: Ltd: New maohines; Quality at leaai equal to the very best; Fully guaranteed. Extras in every State; You can easily pay £5 more and get a worse machine. Branohes at Brie;, 8yd.) Melbij Adlde. i P«th, and Lcstn.

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lang Lang P.A, and H, Society. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914

Lang Lang P.A, and H, Society. At the last meeting of the above society an interesting discussion arose upon the various items which were to be brought forward at the annual conference of delegates of South Oippslaad societies to be held at Korumburra today. la reference to the proposal to form dairy herd testing associations ill South Gippsland, the President thought it might be advisable to consider such a scheme. Mr Stafford remarked that it was asserted that one herd in the Western District had got up a record of lib a day, and his brotheri.ra«.lw told him his cows averaged £12 'Is per cow> or 2401ba of butter. He thought their cows could be improved, and if a testing association wore formed it might be found that some cows which looked well and milked well ought to be turned out. If a work able scheme were adopted at the conference it ought to be heartily supported^ He had what appeared to be a good cow, and when he put the Babcock teat on her she only tested about 2.3, and ...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914

Th'erU's a big satisfaction in knowing that cut* Si ore enjoys the confidence of our customers. They know that whatever they buy from us is honest value—we make this the policy of ottr business and will continue to do so throughout our business existence. Our goods are fresh, the best of their kind obtainable 'and our prices are the very lowest that honest goods can be bought for. ~ Prompt Attention and Utmost Consideration "We Want Yoite Business— and can guarantee SATISFACTION. GROCERIES. IRONMONGERY, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE SEEDS AND GRAIN - BKAK - POLLAKD Agents for the Celebrated 'Lighthouse9 Biand Cream Separator Oil WieBMASf 11§§» QUALITY SX©aBj &&&© las® ■J. gj<L IJUH' mil WHLUMH-LU ILUIlUHUOUKjaiL' *■«*.< !!■ «ilWIIIIllWM«WI»TOCTWa trXXWW!Sr>~!7i3ZX2. ■,v A ■• y1' ■ _> '! LITTLI GENTLg. PEH§1Jj€§1©PI We don't want to get you 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 pers...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914

Engine Supremacy B • - I ^MANUFACTURERS of engines that have been before I i'l the public for twenty, thirty, or even fifty years, advertise with pride that they have 20,000 engines in use—40,000 or 50,000 is considered some thing wonderful. The "I.H.C." Gasolene Engine has been on the market less than seven years. Their sales for the past six months have averaged about 1000 per week. More than 175,000 of them are in actual use— and, better yet, giving the highest satisfaction. Everyone of them is an advertisement and one that makes sales of more "I.H.C.'s." What is true of these engines throughout the civil ized world is true right here in Australia. Far more of these Engines are being sold in the Commonwealth than of any other make. They are being so generally called for because of the satisfaction they give in actual use, not on account of anything we say of them. The "I.H.Cis the engine supreme—the world's leading engine— ■\ THE ENGINE YOU WILL EVENTUALLY BUY International Harve...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
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PRODUCE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914

PRODUCE REPORT The Gippsl&nd & Northern Cooperative Selling Co. Ltd. report July 30.—■ Butter. — This market remains un changed, choicest selling at 1/2, choice 1/l^d to l/l|d. Good to prime 1/to 12Jd> stored and secondary qualities froni lid Cheese.—Owing to tho increased pro duction in Queensland, their cheese is available on the Interstate markets at i low rates, consequently values have eased here, new loaf selling at 7id to 7^d, medium 7d to 7 id. Semi* matured 8d to 8}d, matured 9d to 9£d : Eggs.—Quantities are increasing, but ! sales were made at unchanged rates, namely 1/3 to 1/3J fer ordinary, and 1/4 for new laid. Few specials shade higher. Preserves 1/1 to 1/1| Bacon—Markets continues firm, light sides realising 10d to I0.\d. Medium weights 9£d, heavies 8id, middles lldj jackets 9£d, hams from lOd Lard—Bulk 7d, packets 7£d

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Market Reports and Sales. PANUENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914

Market Reports and Sales. PANUENONG MARKET. Alex. Scott and Co. report; as follows on yesterday's market:— Milkers—Geo. Keys 5 to £9 7/6, S. Jilbert 1 at £8 2/6, H, Gamble 2 to £7 17/6, M, Bourke 3 to £8 7/6, "W. H, Gardiner 1 at £7 17/6, F. Eiusiedel 5 to £8 10/, E. Higgina 2 to £8 17/G. Springers.—-J- Thomson 3 to £6 12/0, G. McLellsu 2 to £o 12/6. D. Poster 1 at £6 2/6, M. Bourke 2 to £7 2/6, J. Eob inson 2 to £8 J 2/6, W. H, Gardiner 1 ab £6 5/, E. Higgins 1 at £7 12/6. Calves to 40/, pigs to 98/.

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914

THE GISAimiA.W Fulfils all these Recmirements SING. jj —-—■—: . There is no Business that cannot bo Bonefited by live, judicious advertis ing. In country towns the people hi business sometimes say, "Why should I advertise ? Everybody knows where I am and what I sell." But that is an error. It oau be proved erroneous by the Railway and Coach manifests and the parcels post lists at any provincial centre in which tiho local business niezi fail to realise the need for keeping the people in touoh •orith all they have to sell and bow they soil it. It is safe to assert that by fax. tlio greater part of the goods that fcome from the cities through mail orders could" be obtain«l~locallj"of as good quality and as cheaply as the city - houses can supply. But peoplo need to be educated up to this, and it is 'through the advertising columns of the Local Newspaper that the education can ^be effected. Moreover the Business man's announcement in the Local Newspaper is a .standing invitation to do b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914

Fifth, and Sixth in V-!avrnambool Eoad R ice 1911 Ride a bicycle built by a local builder and a liicycle Rider, j A- C COLVIN, i (Winner Austral Wheel Hace, 1907-) BuildvS SHACKCLOTH CYCLES : " frotn £7. Cash or Terms. -B.S.A-, MACHINES ((guaranteed) £10 10/, and £12 10/. Repairs and Enamelling done. All accessories stocked, and all orders promptly attended to. E. COCHRANE, Agent, Lang Lang. Painless Dentistry. MR H. W.~DE CRUCHY, Furgeon Dentist. 16J GOLLINS-ST., MELBOURNE (Nearly opposite George's) Late Chief Operator, M!r J. J\ Forster Visits Kooweerup, Every Sale Day. At MISS O'EEAltBON'S COFFEE PALACE. Painless Extractions 2s 8d, Intending patients can rely upon having the most, difficult teeth-, iio matter how badly brokeu, decayed, or buried stuinpS extracted Absolutely Without Pain, And no after effects. Sold Fillings, Gold and Artificial Teeth, and all classes of Dental work at most reasonable fees. —City address as above.— TARPAULINS Every year the demand for Tarpaulins is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914

p' There were, on July 1st, if" : 1912, more than 3,200 "I.H.C." Gasolene Engines at work, varying in sizes from the little "Tom Thumb" Stationary (one brake horse power) to the mammoth 45 h.p. Plowing Tractor. These engines cost their owners more than £500,000 to buy, and are daily returning to them big dividends on their enormous investment. This is the Engine that put the Kerosene Engine, and its hot-plate, and its 20-minute-delay in starting, "Off the Map." This is the engine that farmers swear by, instead of swearing at. This is the engine that you should buy with an absolute certainty of getting reliable and thoroughly satisfactory service—an Engine that will increase your income instead of impoverishing you. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. OF AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD. 200 Roma Street, Brisbane. 37 Broadway, Sydney. " 545-557 Bourke Street, Melbourne. 18-20 North Terrace, Adelaide. 361-365 Murray Street, Perth. 75 York Street, Launceston. ROBT. NETTLEFOLD, Hobart, General Agent for Sout...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914

fl.il Ideal ErigiilS fop Faitai Use Kerosene, oil, and steam engines are not to be compared with the latest motor engine ;—the " Felix "—which is ntiw coming so largely into iise. It can be started instan taneously, and is always teady and able to perform any kir.d of work on the farm. Mr. W. Hindhaugh, VVeerite, who has had a Felix " Engine for many years, v/rote as follows to thf Agents, Messrs. J. I'aftram and Son Pty. Ltd., King-street, Melbourne:— "The 'Felix' Engine is giving me every satisfaction. The cost of running is very small .intreed. In my opinion it is the most important. implement on a farm, as it can be utilised for pumping, separating, chalT and Wood cutting, and working milking machines. You will have a big run on these enff-'ies •yhen they become better Vnown."

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
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THE LANG LANG GUARDIAN Published every Wednesday Afternoon—3d per copy [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914

THE LANG LANG GUARDIAN pLib' shed eyery Wednesday Afternoon—3d per copy W> Resident.qf the District CAN AFFORD to do without his District News on per. It- is 'thcrOTily :means by whig|i 'the people of tho district can keep in touch w^th the .affa,ir£ ,in which they ;are personally interested. The City dailies and weeklies "vrP .-all .yery well fortthoK) ,wlio wish ,to keep posted upon affairs of State and qf the world. But ;does not a comparatively trifling even* in our own neighbourhood loom much larger in our -.eyes than tho downfall of a '.ration, on the other side of tho world? The ;loca.l ;newspaper that-gives all the lows of its own town and District—all the .doings .of its. peoplo and the hap penings—is therefore the Newspaper that holds ;first place ifl. tho regard of all who take a healthy interest in their, surroundings. In addition to the personal claim the district Newspaper possesses it gives very real advantages from a business standpoint. Whether in business in -th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914

BRITAIN INVOLVED ARMY TO MOBILISE NAVY READY FOR ACTION. Amidst scenes of intense excite ment. Sir Edward Grey on Monday announced in the House of Commons Great Britain's attitude in the European crisis, If the German fleet undertakes hostile operations in English channel or North Sea. Great Britain will assist France. Belgium has refused a request to facilitate German operations, and has expressed the resolve to energetically defend her neutrality. The coasts of Canada are being patrolled as protection against small German warships, which are reported to be ia the vicinity. The strictest censorship of all cable messages, both press and private, received in and sent from the Commonwealth, is being exercised by the Military Authorities. THE LA.NG LANG With which is incorporated THE GRANBOURME HERALD. The Yannathan Argus The Kooweerup Tribune The Yallock Thunderer The Tooradin Intelligencer The Clyde Mercury The Nyora Interpreter Published Weekly, —Every WEDNESDAY Afternoon— Circulati...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914

The Bail way department have now carried out a suggestion of the Pro gress association by converting the gentleroe.i's waiting room at the Lang Lang station into a ticket lobby. The improvement will be of great benefit to the public and the officials. A vote for an increase or otherwise of hotel licenses in this district will take place on September 5th, the date of the Federal election poll. In our columns to-day the old-estab lished firm of George Smith, seed and plant merchant and general nurseryman, of Ballarat, is advertising particulars of fodder seods. New Zealand farmers huve long recognised the fact that only a millionaire can afford all natural pasture, and a thousand acres of turnips, rape, silver beet, millets, mangels and other fodder crops is no unusual thing on the big farms of the dominion. Although a large area is sown every year to fodder crops in Victoria, we aro still much be hind New Zealand in this respect, but with fat stock selling so well the sowing this yea...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914

. • NOTICE, TO THE kBSIDBNTS OF LAN'r LAK Gr ami i) i S"; ii FCT IL L -IF 0 E Y, Wishes to announce that he lias purchased the Blacksmith and Wheel 4 Business previously carried 011 by Mr A •J. 13 ens ley, and trusts to receiVe a fair share of support. Horse 8koeing a, Spec i alty. A TRIAL SOLICITED. I „ F A MUUS IX10N" CYCLES, Bidden by JiEHill and GOULLET and winners of 2 six days' races and world's 'championship-, also America's champions and world's record holders Also on October 5th, 0. Snell made 'fastest time (WOKLD'S RECORD,) 116 miles, from Camperdown to Mel bourne, at 21 miles an hour. Built of B.S.A. or Chates-Lca, all one-inch tuofrig or 1 J-in Racing or Jkoadsters, Any height or style to order,") _ , from AOs Cheap'er Machine from — £9 9s-« A machine wkh a IS -years' Reputation. LOCAL AGENT,— L. H. SAVAGE, "Wattle Grove," Yallo'clr. Wm~n. Eyesight Specialist. L0jNt DiSD ALE-ST., DA^TDEIsO^(>, Begs to ivotify that he intends t'o Vial BANG- LA1TG On MARKET DAYS And iUn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914

For chronic Chest complaints Woods'Great Peppermint cure. 1/6

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALEDONIAN CONCERT. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 5 August 1914

CALEDONIAN" CONCERT. (To the Editor.) Dear Sir,—A seen in your last issue a guid yin frae Duncan Mackay on the Cawmils an' the Mackays. A wadna tak ony notice o't had he no quoted history to prove the Cawmils "'rose on the raits o' the Macdonalds," and A'm- tellm' him it's a lee. It never lay in the breeks o' a Cawmil tae haud doon a MacDonald. Wha Bays the MacDonalds are ruined ? Hoots, mon ! The Society at Kooweerup, an' A'm prood tae say it, has adoptit the tartan o* the MacDonalds as their ain tartan, wi' nae offence tae ither clans, an' when Duncan tells o' the fechtin' o' the Mackays in foreign wars he ought tae mind that the MacDonalds wass as conspeecuous as. the Mackays on ony foughten field when the honor o' the Empire wass at Btake. An' when there wass nae wars tae gang till they stayed at hatne an* maybe made a bit o' siller, that ony Mackay A ever met despised tae do. The rideeculous ness o't. A think Shakespere maun hae had a Mackay in mind when he wrote o' the 3oldier...

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