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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 26 August 1914

: There were, on July 1st, 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, Launcestcn. ROBT. NETTLEFOLD, Ilobart, General Agent for Southern Tas...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 26 August 1914

THE GUARDIAN Fulfils all these Keouirements >■ * ADVERTISING. *i •• ■ n . . There is no Business that cannot be Benefited by live, judicious advertis ing. In country towns the" people in bufriness sometimes say, "Why .should I ..advertise ? Everybody knows where I am and what I sell." Bttt that is an error. It oan be proved erroneous by the Railway and : Coach manifests and the parcels post lists tut any provincial centre in which ihth« local business men fail to realise the need for keeping the people in touch | (with all they have to sell and how they sail it. It is safe to assert that by jjfar the greater part of the goods that tome from the cities through mail could be obtained locally oT as good quality and as cheaply as the city IJfcpiwes.can:supply. But people need to be educated up to this, and it is •through ;the. advertising column® of the Local Newspaper that the education can j&e .effected. -^Moreover the ^Business man's announcement in the Local Newspaper is ...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LANG LANG GUARDIAN Published every Wednesday Afternoon—3d per copy [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 26 August 1914

THE LANG LANG GUARDIAN Published every Wednesday Afternoon—3d per copy No Resident of the District CAN AFFORD to do without his District News ;pnper. It is the only means by which the people of the district can keep in touch with the affairs ill which they .are personally interested. [The City dailies aud "weeklies are all very -for thos-.i wllo wish to keep .posted upon affairs' of State;and of the ,w.orl{L ;But does not a comparatively trifliiig even-fe in our ?PWijneig-hbourhood;loom inucli larger in our ,.eyes than .the .downfall of a illation on the other side.of the .world? The local newspaper that,gives ail.the news of its own town and District— all the doings of .its'" people, and the hap penings—as therefore the Newspaper that holds first placo .iir the regard o! . all who iajee a .'hcaltliy.interest in their surroundings. In addition ;to the personal-claim 'the district Newspaper .possesses it-gives *frery real advantages -from a ^business standpoint. "Whether in business ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 26 August 1914

Store for Yot* There's a big satisfaction, in knowing that otir Store enjoys the confidence of otxr ctistbiiiers. Xhey :know that whatever tljcy buy from us is honest value—Ave make this the policy of.our botssness and will continue to do so throughout our business existence. Our goods are fresh, the best of th^ir kind obtainable "and our prices are the very lowest that honest goods can be bought for. " ^ Prompt Attention and Utmost Consideration Wk Want Your Business—and can guaiiaistkh SATJiSFACTION. GROCERIES. IRONMONGERY* CROCKERY, <>JL A SSWA RE-. .. SEEDS AND GRAIN lA&U ( • i I A !•'[:' - BtiAH - P()LL,A Ix.D Agents for the Celebrated 'Lighthouse' Biaiid Cream Separator Oil m LIHSLAUG Ibcrcb Always & Eur on our As fast as we "run them in" oitf customers come alonfc and V Bail" them out . We don't have to "puff" our goods to sell them — the low price we :seil . at draws people into our store, and when, a bargain and a buyer meet, there's ho parting...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sewing for our Troops LADIES AT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 26 August 1914

Sewing for our Troops LADIES AT WORK. Sin -c the inauguration of the movement to provide clothing and comforts for oar soldiers tho Yannathan hall has been the scene of busy patriotic endeavor, a num ber of sewing machines being in operation in making up materia). ^ In addition to the garments inace 'by the ladies of the Yannathpn district for the troops, the children of tho State School have provided a parcel. The Head Teacher and boys furnished the money for materials, and the girls, assis ted by iaothers and friends, held a sew ing meeting last Saturday, with the re sult that "they have supplied (56 towels, 2£ dozen pillow cases and 30 tea and sugar bags. T?:e ladies of Lang Lang frill clespa!tch tfieir first parcel to-day, comprising 3-£ dozeii llannel shirts, 1 dozen night shirts for hospital nbe, 6 pairs knitted sox and 1 doz. provision Bags. Work is still pro ceeding vigorously.

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
For Our Soldiers. SACRED CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 26 August 1914

For Our Soldiers. SACRED CONCERT. A very successful sacred ^concert was held in the Lang Lang ball on Sunday evening in aid of the funds of the Ladies' Patriotic Sewing Guild. There was a good audience, and the collection amounted to the satisfactory sum of £5. The EeY. EL. de Putron Hitchcock occupied the chair and de: llvered an address referring to the objects for which the entertainment was arranged. He said the war. was forced oa us. Great JBqitaini accord ing to her treaty obligations, had given b.er ;word that she would not allow the neutrality of Belgium to be interfered with, and she was com pelled by honor to go to war against Germany, which had .invaded , Bel gium,, They, .knew the terrors and horrors of war. "We were sending our boys to help the old country, but we must remember,- that many of those boys would never return, and the object of that gathering was. to do the best they could for those who could not help themselves. The whole Empire wa$ njnking pacrifices, and...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 26 August 1914

"LAXETTES" Aperient Chocolate Squares. Safe --Effective—Delicious. Wise mothers will discard nauseous castor oil. All chemists and storekeepers, 1/- and 2/6; or Bowen & Co., Swanston-sf., Melbourne. Send for free sample.

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 26 August 1914

The Federal Elections, jWhen these lines appear in print, polling day will bo distant but a week or two. Up to this, candidates have said their say, but they have spoken to audiences often smaller, aud al ways less intensely interested than in former years. At every Common wealth election up to this, the result of the ballot has been the .one pub lic issue holding the mind of the people, bub to-day it takes quite a secondary place. There is . no. sane person who is not more concerned for the triumph ,of the Emp;re in Europe than fur the triumph of his parly in Australia. But, unfortunately, a .great, niany people haye leapt to the conclusion that because it is absolutely vital that we stand united in the face of common danger, it is petty treason to raise party issues. This is a grave mistake. Much is to be lust, nothing is to bo gained by letting the war obsess us. The citizen who steadily pursues his wonted tvaj, adding aa substantially as he can to the wealth of the com munity, i...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Market Reports and Sales. PRODUCE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 26 August 1914

Market Reports and Sales. PRODUCE REPORT TfreXrippsland & Northern Cooperative Selling Co. Ltd. report Au«. 20.— Butter. — Production has increased wonderfully, and already there is an exportable surplus. Excepting a few choice lines, most butters were sold from ll|d to 1/, and although nominally the price for tops remained unchanged, con cessions were made to clear, Dairies and separators sold from lOd to 10.^d Cheese. — Prices .'remain unchanged, new loaf selling at 7-|d to 7id, mediums £d less ; semi-matured, scarce, 8rVd to 9d. Matured lOd to 10Jd Eggs—The market remains very steady at 9.Vd for all lien eggs. Duck eggs lOd Bacon — Values continue firm, and light sides are selling at lOd to lOJd, medium weights 9kl, hoavies 8£d, middles U'd, jackets 9kl . Hams—lOd to 1] I Lard—Bulk 7jd, packets 7fd

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 26 August 1914

He talked of thia, he tnlked of tbat5 lie t&lked of everything ; He talked like twenty phonographp, And then bepan to sing. "But yesterday," be told his friends, "You saw me gluui and dour — The renson I am vocal aow la Woods'Great Peppermint Cure." Chattbtrlaln's "T<3uv7/HD Tiblefs nrii INDlGESTlOU*.

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GRAIN. Tuesday, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 26 August 1914

Gr B A I N, Tuesday, August 25. Wheat—This is much firmer, and f.a.q. is quoted to-day at 4/6| ' Oats.—These continue tp advance, and milling are now worth 3/1, feed 2/11 to 31 Barley—There is cow a hotter enquiry for the cheaper lines, as scocks are becoming exhausted. English is selling from 2/8 to 3/6, and Cape from 2/4 to 2/7 Maize—Prime dry flat red is selling steadily at 3/10kl to 3/11 Chaff—Although larger supplies are coming to Land, the market continues steady. Prime wheaten is selling at £4/10, prime oaten £4 5/ to £4 7/6, with medi um down to £3 15/ Potatoes—Heavy supplies have come forward during the past few days, ?ind the market is much weaker. Pri*he Carmens arc selling at £5 10/, seed high er. Snowilakes £5 to £5 5/. Excelsiors and Brownells £4 5/ to £4 10/, medium potatoes to £4 Onions—These havo advanced very rapidly, and to-day prime samples are selling at £t), with a firm market

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STEAD'S WAR BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 26 August 1914

STEAD'S WAR BObk. Tbis 16-page booklet (3d) gives by fpr the most useful, information about the • belligerent powers, and the war .itself, of any ,we have yet seen. It is compiled by Henry Stead, the editor of "The Review of Reviews," whose personal, knowledge of Europe and European politics ,has enabled him to cover the subject in ;a very .thorough manner- For the Bake of clearness it is thrown into.,the,, form of question and answer, and no one who wishes to have reliable knowledge on the pnmerous points, about which everyone is asking,. should, misq tibia booklet. Mr Stead's collection of cuttings and of general information, gathered oud filed during the la$t ten years, enabled him to produce the book in record time, and ha^e it selling on the bookstalls three days after war was declared.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bachelors' Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 26 August 1914

Bachelors' Bali. The Lang Lang l^acliel ors' bail held in the hall on Friday evening last, was thoroughly enjoyed by all present. The committee had worked every night for a week previously in preparing the floor, with the result that it was very fast; and presented a mirror like surface. The ball was pl^asinglv decorated with tree fern and wattle blossom, and hung with "numerous patriotic flags and streamers of red, white and blur. About mid night 40 couples partook of an excell ent supper catered for by Mrs Steven son, »fter which dancing wus continued till 3.30 a.m. Mr Lanigan as secre tary, and Mr Nankivel as M.C., are to be congratulated for carrying out such a really pleasant evening.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Commonwealth. Elections. A REMINDER TO VOTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 26 August 1914

The Commonwealth. Elections. «. A REMINDER. TO VOTERS. The public interest taken in the European War . may overshadow the general elections which are to be held on Saturday, 5th September, to the extent that many electors may.over look election day altogether.ynless this important patriotic duty is used, firmly in the mind. As it is recognised on every hand that at this juncture in the affairs of the Commonwealth no effort should be epared .to secure tlie registration of every pca-ubla vote, we make a special. appeal to all electors, men and women olike-r-even at the cost of personal inconvenience to do their duty as citizens and register their votes without fail on Saturday, 5th September. The. candidates for the House of Representatives in the Flinders electorate are— Liberal—Irvine, William Hill Labor—McDougall'j John Keilh The candidates_for the Senate are— Liberal.. Cook, James Hume Edgar, William Haslatn ■Mauger, Samuel McCoJl, James Hiejra. McLean, Willinm Joseph Treuwith, Wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 26 August 1914

^Commonwealth JgkBanh of Hustualta HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY %ii. B»nk Is open tor all cImjm of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS »t EQUITABLE DUILDINQ, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE "Also at Svdner, Canberra, Ad*Jai<!e, Perth, Ilobart, JSriKban*, ftoekhampton, Town*vilIe, and London. Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direc'- Foreign bills negotiated arid collected. Letters of credit tb any part of the world. UilN negotiated or forwarded for collection. Ranking and Exchange Hu*ine«* of ever' description transao:ed nithin iCommon wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accouu i opened. Intnest paiti on fixed deposit*. Advances made against approved securities. SAVINGS BAfA DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Offlcoi 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the shore cities mid 2,000 Ag:enci«ti at I'ost OrtWs throughout the Commonireoltli. Deposits from 1/- to £300. Interest at 3% por annum. 'Deposits or Withdrawals »iaj be made at anj Ilranuh or Agencv within the Com...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 26 August 1914

Engine Supremacy Jk/fANUFACTURERS of engines that have been before JL 'J. 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.C." is the engine supreme—the world's leading engine— THE ENGINE YOU WILL EVENTUALLY BUY International Harvester ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 26 August 1914

THE SECOND ANNUAL SHOOT For the SOUTH GTPPSLAEf) PIGEON SHOOTING CHAMPIONSHIP Will bo hold on the Tobiu Yallock Gun Club's Groun 1 On Saturday, September 12. A Sweepstake of £1, with £2 2/ Trophy ftdded by the Club. Birds in traps at 11 o'clock sharp. L. WILDES, Secretary T.Y.G.C. A Truck of* Pigs a?.id GalVes WILL be loaded at Kooweerup Station on Monday afternoon next, consign ed to Scott and Co., Dandenong. 0. MOODIE, Agent. A Truck of Pigs and Oalves WILL be forwarded from Lang Lang on MONDAY NEXT, at 3 p.m. cousigni'3 to JOSEPH CLARKE & CO,, u. . Danccnpfcg Vv. GuiivE, Agest. j 'VICTORIAN RAILWAYS Che&p Excursion. Tuesday, 8th September.—To Mel bourne from Port Albert and stations to Locli inclusive. Monday, 7lli September. —From Melbourne to those stations. Tickets close noou, 5th September. Particulars at stations, J. S. REES, For Acting Scerct&ry. Cheap Excursion. Friday, 4th September.—To Melbourne from Wonthaggi and stations to Clyde inclusive. Thur...

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The Royal Show. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 26 August 1914

The Royal Show. This year, for the first time, the entries of heavy horses for the Royal Show have been divided iuto three sections—namely, Clydesdales,. Shire, and draughts—and only animal*.reg istered as eucb in an approved atud: book are eligible to compete in the first two.sections above-mentioned. SeVarnl . very valuable trophies, amongst which might be mentioned tfco gold cups valued at £50 eacK. presented by the Shire Horse Society of England ; two gold medals, pres ented by the Clydesdale Horse Society of Great Britain and Ireland ; as. well as the championship medals and grand cbailenge shield, presented by the Government of Victoria, arc uffered in these sections. Prize money is also very liberal, especially in the Produce Sweepstakes, in which classes six prizes are offered, i to which amount will be added the entry fee sweepstakes. Increased accommodation has been provided by the erection of. a large brick and steel pavilion (250 feet by 70 feet), which is admittedly one...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BILL NYE ANGRY. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 26 August 1914

BILL NYE ANG-itY. , Bill I'Tye. writes : I was wild,on Sat urday when witnessing - the football /patch bptween the Yannathau and Lang Xang boys. I went to see a friendly, .well-contested match between these clubs, and instead the game was inter rupted for about ten minutes at one stage by something like a riot. I am ;told th.at had I been at Tooradin on .Sat urday I would hare been wilder still. In the first place it would be only fair to .the spectators, who pay. their bob to see the match, that, the .plaj7 should proceed without interruption. In the second •place football is purely, a game of| amuse ment. in which players contend for an honorable prize, namely,, the honor and ,glory of winning the premiership. It is obrious that when bad feeling between clubs or individuals obtains, the pleasure of the game is destroyed or seriously in t-cr£ered with, and ercry footballer will endorse that opinion ..In his quiet mom ents of reflection. Again, there is 110 honor in winning except b...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Football. LANG LANG v. YANNATRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 26 August 1914

PUPIL ■ , _ . Football. LANG LANG v. YANNATRAN. A large crowd of supporters assem bled at the Show grounds on Satur day expecting to see a close and ex citing game, and they could hardly HaVe been disappointed, as the game was even, and was certainly exciting. Yannathan played for a time with two 'men short, hut later had their boat local team. Lang Lnng was consid erably strengthened by the inclusion of somo new men. From the bounce it could be seen that the game was goiDg to be willing, and in the first quarter there were some of Ihose ugly scenes which are becoming all too common on the football field. The quarter was monopolised by Lang Lang, who got past their opponents to the extent of 2 goals 3 behinds to 3 behinds, but the next twenty minutes were taken up in a severe struggle, from which the home team gained an advantage of 1 behind, with 1—2 to J Yannathan's 1—1, After hair-time, i ivi£h the game unpleasantly rough, the visitors did not score, and the maroons got only &...

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