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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 2 September 1914
There's a big satisfaction hi knowing that oar'Store enjoys the confidence of oar customers. They know that . whatever they buy from us is honest valtie—we make this the jioticy q£ our business'and will continue to do so throughout our business existence. Our goods are fresh, the foesi: of their kind obtainable "and our prices are the very Idwest that honest goods can be bought for; Prompt Attention and Utnlost Consideration Wfe \VaSt Your Business —and can dUAitAiNTBE S a I*J3 FACTION. groceries, " ironmongery, . j crockery, ' GLASSWARE . ( seeds and grain DK.SGRIPIIOXB: chaff - brak - pollakD Agents for the Celebrated 'Lighthouse' Biand Cream Ssparator Oil We iievef haVe Had & finer Stock than at the present iiioment-^-we don't know a single line that is sticking—we : don't know a single line that We ean point to as being badly bought. We Would like yoll t£> corrie along and have d look-^ there's sure to be something uncle*" our roof that you want ' —something that you ...
Football. KOOWEERUP v. YANNATHAN [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 2 September 1914
Football. « KOOWEERUP v. YANNATHAN A very disappointing match was play ed between the above teams at Koowee rup on Saturday, a strong wind and crowded boundary play being respons ible for dull and uninteresting football. Scoring took place as follows :— 1st. 2nd 3rd 4th Final Kooweerup 3.2 0.0 4 2 0,0 7.4 Yannathan 0.0 2,5 0.0 '3,0 5 5 Watson, Mills, Donaldson and Wilson were the most useful men for Yannathan, The Lavelles, J. Johnson, -Staniield, T*. Colvin (three goals) and a couple of Iona men were largely responsible for Koo wecrup's success. The match that was to hare taken place between Yallock and Law? Lang lapsed, as some of Lang Lang's men were unable to 'ittend, and others preferred to attend another match.
Church Services. SUNDAY 'NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 2 September 1914
Church Services. Sunday 'Next Catholic (Jhurcu.—Mass at Jiuoweeriip; 9, Lang Lang 11. Presoy terian Church,—Lang Lan^ 11, Kooweerup 2,30, Yaimathan 7, Rev. W. Ingram. Church of England—Lang Lang 7> Yallock 3, Yaucathan II, llev. G-. Prickett. Methodist Church.—Yallofik '7, Mr Nichols. Fire Mile ll, Cora Lynn 3, Mr Wright.
A PROTEST. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 2 September 1914
A PB0TE9T. (To the Editor. > Sir,—Permit me to express my views rc .Kooweerup and District Caledonian So ciety's intention to ha^o sports on New Years' Day in aid of the funds of the Society. I understand the council do the business of the Society. Well. I think the majority of the members would not interfere with Yrmnathan's day, and j hope the council will see their mistake before it is too late. I think, Mr Editor, it would bo worse than running against Kooweerup Football Club to go opposi tion to Yannathan, Kooweerup. Auoihes Lay, j
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 2 September 1914
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 2 September 1914
Engine Supremacy T\MANUFACTURERS of engines that have been before J. vj[ 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 "LH.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 "LH.C." is the engine supreme—the world's leading engine— THE ENGINE YOU WILL EVENTUALLY BUY International Harvester Co...
Market Reports and Sales. PRODUCE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 2 September 1914
Market Reports and Sales. TRODUCE REPORT TheGippsland & Northern Cooperative Selling Co. Ltd. report Aug. 27.^ Bulter—Production is growing, and a .small surplus this week was shipped to Londou. Values receded to 11-Jd to 1/ for choicest, choice selling at ll|d, sec onds lid, dairy and separators lOd to 10'd Cheese—Receipts about equal to re quirements. New-loaf 7yd to 7id, mediums yd less. There is no semi matured about, aud matured is selling at lOd to 10£d, excepting white matured, .which is going at 9d to 9jd liggs—Quantities are heavy, and the market remains at 9sd, except a few spco ul.' occasionally higher. Duck eggs lUti ■ Bacon—Firm market, light sides re alising 10d to I0.jd. Medium weights 9^(1, ht:avies.-8^d,.middles lid, jackets 9id Hams—lud to 1/ Lard—Bulk 7£d, packets 7fd
For Our Soldiers, [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 2 September 1914
For Oar Soldiers, The secretary of tfie Lang Lang Ladies' Sewing Guild (Mi.«s Haidy) has received the following leltet from the hon. secretary of the Lady Mayoress's Patriotic! League : "Dear Madam, The Lady Mayoress sends many ntari}' thanks for the splendid parcel sent by the Lang Lang Ladies' Patriotic League, and re ceived by us "to-day. It is a most accept able addition to our grand collection of comforts for our Australian soldiers.— Sincerely yotirs, E. Burd Connell, Hoil. Secretary." The above guild notify a euchre pavty and dance in aid of the funds on W ednes day, September 9th. A patriotic meeting, to which all are invited, is culled at the Yaunathan hall on Saturday evening,
Commission Agents' Charges. DISCUSSION BY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 2 September 1914
Commission Agents' Charges. 9 DISCUSSION BY AGftlCUL TUKAI; SOCIETY.. At the annual meeting of the Lang Lang Agricultural Society On Wed nesday last Mr J-. P, Grliisheeii said he wished to pliice before members some facts in regard to commission agents' charges wheti selling their produce in Melbourne. He knew they could do nothing individually, but by combined action they might do some good. He produced accnunta in C mneetiuto with a consignment of two trucks of chaff sent to Melbourne. The freight was £115:3 on the first truck and £1 13s 6d on the second truck, the combined freights being £3 8s 6d. Commission amounted to £2 Gs lid, transfer freight 16s 9d, and cartage 18s Id. The chaff brought j£46 15s Od, and the freight and commission charges were £7 10s 3d. The commission agent got his commission "and showed bis charges for freight and loading and unload ing, 'bul he wanted to know where the money went. This was a repetition of what was going on all oyer the State, and it appea...
The Federal Elections. MR MURPHY'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 2 September 1914
^The Federal Elections. MR MURPHY'S ADDRESS. Mr F, J. Murphy, oF Wontling^i, speaking oil behalf of Mr McDougall, rhe Labor candidate for Flinders, ad dressed a well-attended meeting at Lang Laiig on Wednesday evening. Mr Murphy dealt at length with the •defence question. He said that when (lie Labor party took office in lQlG ^here was a eubstantial deficit, and provision had also been made by the •Liberal Government to borrow millions for defence, and their policy did not rise above the level ot borrow ing enough money to buy n Dread nought. The Lajor party belieyed it would be more honorable and more business like to provide a defence scheme for ourselves, nnd set about the creation of a fleet unit, which the Women's National League had referr ed to in contemptuous terms as a ""mosquito fleet." The Loan Act was ■repealed, as his party considered that money should not be borrowed except on reproductive works. The only taxation they imposed was the unim proved land tax. the principl...
Agricultural Society. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 2 September 1914
Agricultural Society. ANNUAL MEETING. the arinu.i meeting of the Lang Ling P A, aud Hi Society \V.is held in the hull oil Wednesday afternoon-, Mr P. H. V. LeRoux (President) in the chair. The minutes of the Inst 'ann iiiil meeting were read and confirmed. The President moVed that the repoft and balance sheet bo adopted-, and in, doing ao said he wna in the position of the minister who'-had to tell his congregation that they were not doing enough. Be thought they did not secure the attendance at the show they shoul 1 get, and this meant that the receipts from the gates arid booths etc.) were less than they should be. It took all sorts of people to make a wo.Id, and they should endeavor to make the show more attractive by the admission of side shows. Everyone did not want to see the cattle and horaeo that they saw evei*y day of their lives, and thoiigh at last Show they did not admit side shows, there were a number of 'catch-pennies,'' which were as bad or worse-. It Was said they wo...
The Commonwealth Elections. A REMINDER TO VOTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 2 September 1914
The Commonwealth Elections. « A REMINDER TO VOTERS. The public intere9t 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 unless this important patriotic duty is fixed firmly in the inind. As it is recognised on every hand that at this juncture in the affairs of the Commonwealth no effort should be spared to secure the registration of every possible vote, we make a Bpecial appeal to all electors) men and Women alike—=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^ Representatites in the Flinders electorate are— Liberal—Irvine, William Hill Labor—McDougall, John Keith The candidates for the Senate are-^= Liberal; Cook, JatieB Hume Edgar, William Haslarn Mauger, Samuel McColl, James Hiers McLean, William Joseph Trenvrithj William Art...
Duncan Maekay, War and Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 2 September 1914
Duncan Maekay, War and Elections. (By Biltj \'yk) According to the last issue of the Guardian, I appear to have got into as much trouble with that irascible Scot Duncan Mackay as that poetical Scotchman, John Keith McDougall, has with the farmers for his writings to the Tocsin. But I dinna see why I should be 'pit doon' or 'haudin' doon' by DunGan, even if he be a descendant of MajorGeneral Sir Hugh Mackay, who fell at the battle of Steinkirk&lt;| at the head of the Scots-Dutch brigade^. Duncan as serts that I don't know what I'm taking about in condemning the init iative and referendum, and that I have followed my leader, evidently Irvine, into a bog. I think if I were in a bog I would be conscious of it, but I do not think I have strayed beyond the path of enlightened Lib eralism. Nor did I condemn the initiative and referendum without some study of the constitutions and special problems of Switzerland and America, the countries where the Initiative and Referendum has been...
Sir William Irvine. AT LANG LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 2 September 1914
Sir William Irvine. 1 AT LANG LANG. Sir William Ii'Vine addressed a largely attended meeting at the Lang Lang Hall last evening (Mr Stafford being in the chair), and was accorded a most attentive hearing. In his introductory remarks lie referred to the anxious consultations which Ministers, comprising the Prime Minister, Senator Milieu and himself, had been er.gaged in on account of the special problems arising from the war in jEurope, the outcome of which was that they had taken the important step of arranging for sending 20,000 of our troops to the assistance of the Empire, which was fighting in the cause of freedom and national right, and in the defence of nationalities whoso very ex istence depended upon our good faith. (Applause.) They recognised that if the Imperial power were broken down, the people of Australia would become a number of small struggling communities. He explained how one of the first cares of the Government was to provide for the livelihood of 250.000 people w...
POSTAL EATES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 2 September 1914
POSTAL EATES Letters (this State) for every £ 02 or under Id Packets— Ctmmercial and printed papers, maximum weight 51b( dim ensions not to exceed 2ft in length, lft in depth or width—for every 2 oz or fraction 1 hereof Id Patterns and samples, packets and merchandise, etc. maximum lib. dimensions not to exceed £ft in length, lft in width or depth, rate of postage for every 2 cz or fract ion thereof Id Books—For every 4. oz or undoi up to 51b Id Newspapers—For every newspaper id ?os>t Cards—each Id Letter Caids—trro cards 2$d Registration fee 3d Letters marked 'Urgent' and bearing 6d additional stamps will be treated in the sume manner as telegrams and delivered with the utmost despatch if addressed to persons in the radius of the delivery by telegraph messenger To New South Wales. New Zealand. Fiji. Queensland. South Australia. Tasma« ilia, Western Australia—Suuie charges as in Victoria -— - British and Foreign Postage—Letters — For every \ ounce or under to United Kingdom id. D...